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Using innovation and tech to help farmers
Lilia McFarland of USDA is a Service to America finalist for her work in using tech and innovation to help...
Preparing for the presidential transition
Francis speaks with former Deputy Undersecretary for Management at DHS Chris Cummiskey about the preparations going on for a new...
NIH investigator’s career spans four decades
Dr. Allen Wilcox, senior investigator for the Epidemiology Branch National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health,...
Senior Executive Services faces “pivotal moment”
Mallory Barg Bulman, research and evaluation director at the Partnership for Public Service, explained why it’s a critical time for...
Hurricane hunter’s career spans 5 decades
James McFadden, chief of programs and projects at NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center, discussed his five-decade career as a federal hurricane...
Reporting management challenges at agencies
Robert Shea, former associate director at the Office of Management and Budget, explains why reporting requirements for managers at federal...
Suspensions and debarments down in fiscal year 2015
Tom Marcinko, consultant for Aronson’s government contract services group, discussed federal agencies’ record for suspensions and debarments in fiscal year...
Many federal agencies need to work on GPRAMA reporting
Chris Mihm, managing director for strategic issues at the Government Accountability Office, discussed federal agencies’ struggles with reporting requirements under...
Guide for federal employees to avoid trouble with the Hatch Act
Dan Blair, president and CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration and former deputy director at the Office of...
House committee votes to censure Koskinen
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) discussed his role in the censure vote against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.
The Federal Beat
Washington Technology editor-in-chief Nick Wakeman, NextGov senior correspondent Aliya Sternstein, and Federal News Radio reporter Meredith Somers discussed some of...
Engaging HR, IT, and contracting personnel
Beth McGrath, managing director at Deloitte Consulting and former deputy chief management officer at the Department of Defense, discussed how...
Agencies seek to re-shape acquisition process
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, explained why Chief Acquisition Officers have a reason to be optimistic about...
Liquidation and small business investments
Thomas Morris, director of the Office of Liquidation at the Small Business Administration and Service to America Medals finalist, explains...
Artificial intelligence for medics
Dr. Jaques Reifman, a U.S. army medical researcher at Fort Detrick, discussed his work on APPRAISE — an artificial intelligence...
Pentagon re-thinking employee screening process
Robert Bigman, former chief information officer at the CIA, discussed the Pentagon’s new approach to social media background checks.
Preparing for a continuing resolution
Danny Werfel, director of public sector for the Boston Consulting Group, discussed the possible impact of another continuing resolution on...
Party platforms and the federal workforce
Government Executive staff correspondent Eric Katz discussed how the Republican and Democratic parties’ platforms would impact the federal workforce.
New VA office connects vets with resources
Chris Hluchyj, relationship manager at the Department of Veterans Affairs, talks about MyVA — a new focus on veterans as...
2016 transition initiative at NAPA
David Chu, co-chairman of the National Academy of Public Administration’s “Transition 2016” initiative, discussed high-priority areas for the hand-off between...
Hiring Excellence campaign at OPM
Kimberly Holden, deputy associate director of recruitment and hiring at the Office of Personnel Management, discussed OPM’s “Hiring Excellence” campaign.
Metro’s SafeTrack plan has been on the books for a week. We discussed how it’s impacting federal workers and the...
Career civil servants in presidential transitions
Michael Astrue, former Commissioner of the Social Security Administration discussed the role of career civil servants in presidential transitions.
Securing compliance with pollution control rules
David Hindin, from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, discussed his work on pollution control. He’s...
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