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DHS Chief Human Capital Officer lays out top priorities
In this two-part interview, Angela Bailey, chief human capital officer at the Department of Homeland Security, discusses initiatives to improve...
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board reviews new IT portfolio audit
Kim Weaver, director of external affairs at the Thrift Savings Plan, discusses how the TSP is working to increase their...
Coast Guard Vice Commandant lays out top priorities
In this two-part interview from WEST 2019, U.S Coast Guard Vice Commandant Adm. Charles Ray outlines the service’s top priorities...
The push for government contractor back pay in light of partial shutdown
David Berteau, President & CEO of the Professional Services Council, details efforts to provide back pay for federal contractors after...
Government shutdown’s impact on recruitment of young talent
Jill Klein, interim dean of the School of Professional & Extended Studies at American University, discusses how workers were impacted...
Personnel, retention challenges facing the federal workforce
Mallory Barg Bulman, vice president of research & evaluation at the Partnership for Public Service, discusses workforce issues in the...
The Pentagon Beat – February 13, 2019
Marjorie Censer, editor of Inside Defense, and Tony Bertuca, chief editor of Inside the Pentagon, discuss the Defense Department’s request...
Shutdown impact on government hiring and recruitment
Mika Cross, federal workplace expert from FlexJobs, discusses the last shutdown’s effect on federal hiring, and private sector strategies the...
Long-term effects on national security post-government shutdown
Joshua Geltzer, former senior director for counterterrorism at the National Security Council, discusses what impact the last government shutdown has...
Advice recuperating in IT modernization efforts post-shutdown
Richard Spires, former CIO at the Department of Homeland Security and CEO of Learning Tree International, discusses the impact the...
Agency workforce concerns grow in light of government shutdown
Katherine Coffman, former human capital officer at IRS and executive at KC Executive and Leadership Coaching, discusses what impact the...
Longest government shutdown’s impact on the Thrift Savings Plan
Kim Weaver, director of external affairs at the Federal Thrift Investment Board, discusses how the government shutdown affected the Thrift...
The complicated scenario for some contractors post-shutdown
Eric Crusius, partner at Holland & Knight, discusses how contractors were impacted by the shutdown and what they have to...
Partial shutdown lifted, agencies & contractors back to work
Professional Services Council president & CEO David Berteau and ICF senior vice president Jeff Neal discuss how federal leaders and...
President Trump announces deal to fund government until Feb. 15
President Donald Trump announced Friday that he’ll sign legislation to temporarily reopen the federal government, bringing the longest shutdown in...
Challenges facing federal managers impacted by the partial shutdown
Bill Valdez, president of the Senior Executives Association, and Terry Gerton, president & CEO of the National Academy of Public...
Priorities for Government Operations House Subcommittee in 116th Congress
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) sits down with Francis Rose to outline shutdown priorities, new developments at the Government Operations subcommittee...
Government and industry efforts in managing the shutdown
Jerry McGinn, executive director of the Government Contracting Center at George Mason University, details how the public and private sectors...
Restrictions and abilities for furloughed federal employees
Ricardo Pitts-Wiley, partner at the Federal Practice Group, outlines what federal employees can do to make additional money, and why...
Impact of partial government shutdown on federal retirement plans
Jessica Klement, vice president of advocacy at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, details what the shutdown means...
Partial government shutdown causing White House and agency setbacks
Ray Bjorklund, president of BirchGrove Consulting, discusses how cross-agency programs are being impacted by the shutdown, and what the funding...
The Federal Beat – January 13, 2019
Tom Shoop, editor-in-chief of Government Executive Media Group, and Jason Miller, executive editor of Federal News Network, discuss how agencies...
Partial government shutdown’s impact on contracting community
David Berteau, president & CEO of the Professional Services Council, and Wesley Hallman, senior vice president of policy at the...
Government contracting companies feeling pressure during shutdown
John Shoraka, managing director of GovContractPros, outlines how acquisition officers are reacting to the partial shutdown, and what might happen...
Federal contractors feel impact of partial government shutdown
Tom Marcinko, principal consultant at Aronson, discusses “A Contractors Guide to Surviving a Government Shutdown” and why it’s important that...
Impact of partial shutdown on NTEU-represented employees
Tony Reardon, president of the National Treasury Employees Union, discusses how the workers they represent are faring under the shutdown,...
Impact of partial government shutdown on IRS operations
Danny Werfel, former acting IRS commissioner and managing director at the Boston Consulting Group details how the shutdown is affecting...
The Federal Beat – January 6, 2019
Nicole Ogrysko, reporter at Federal News Network, Adam Mazmanian, executive editor of FCW and Nancy Ognanovich, congressional leadership reporter at...
The cost of a federal government shutdown
Steve Ellis, vice president of Taxpayers for Common Sense, outlines the consequences of government shutdowns, and why the current shutdown...
Government Matters (Full Show) — December 23, 2018
The partial government shutdown continued Sunday. Congress and the President could not agree on a funding deal to re-open nine...
Budget & appropriations activity on Capitol Hill
Congressional Expert David Hawkings and Niv Elis, reporter at The Hill, discuss how the next few weeks will play out,...
Impact of government shutdown on federal employees
Jessica Klement, staff vice president for advocacy at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, discusses the impact of...
Spending deal reached in Senate
David Hawkings, senior editor at CQ Roll Call, discusses the long budget to-do list for members of Congress, following the...
Government Matters (Full Show) – January 21, 2018
On Friday at midnight, government shut down for the first time since 2013. It happened over differences in Congress about...
The Federal Beat: Shutdown Watch
Budget debates dominated the conversation on Capitol Hill this week as lawmakers scrambled to avoid a government shutdown. At the...
How government agencies are preparing for possible shutdown
Danny Werfel, director of the Boston Consulting Group, explains how federal managers are preparing for the possibility that government will...
Federal government braces for budget decision
Mike Hettinger, president of Hettinger Strategy Group, discusses possible budget scenarios as government nears another shutdown.
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