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  • Open for Business: The State of the Government Cloud

    This panel will discuss government’s challenges and concerns when planning a cloud deployment from security, software development, managing virtualization, and load balancing.

  • How does the cloud impact my current data center architecture?

    Agencies are taking a more expansive look at their data management infrastructure and how best to manage data and run applications.

  • Disaster Resilience for America

    On this edition of “Disaster Resilience for America”, hosts Tim Karney and Tom Moran interview Aaron Strickland, the Emergency Operations Director for Georgia Power Company (Southern Company).

  • Today’s Cybersecurity and Rapid Response

    Industry expert Matt McCormack, former CISO at IRS and the Defense Intelligence Agency and now Chief Technology Officer of RSA’s Global Public Sector gives Director of Custom Media Jason Fornicola an overview of how organizations can rapidly respond to a data breach.

  • In Focus: Two Factor Authentication

    Jason Fornicola speaks with key stakeholders to better understand the opportunities and challenges of two-factor authentication.

  • Digital Transformation in Government

    Federal News Radio's Custom Media Director Jason Fornicola sits down with Mike Maiorana, the SVP of Public Sector Sales for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, and George Fischer, the SVP of Global Sales for Verizon Enterprise Solutions to address the evolving government technology landscape.

  • Emily Kopp: Federal workers happier at work since last year

    The 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey shows feds are happier at work than they were a year ago. The survey, done by the Office of Personnel Management, gauges federal employees’ attitudes about their work, bosses, offices and compensation. Federal News Radio’s Emily Kopp and executive editor Jason Miller break down the progress since last year.

  • Jason Miller: CIA hits the accelerator pedal for digital innovation

    The CIA launched a new Digital Innovation Directorate on Oct. 1 as part of a major agency-wide reorganization. The goal of the DDI is to accelerate the use of digital and innovative technologies in everything the agency does. Sean Roche is the DDI’s deputy director. He tells executive editor Jason Miller the immediate and longer-term impact the new directorate will have on the organization.

  • Joe Martore: Caliber Systems recognized by GovCon

    The Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards honor many of the individuals and businesses among the region’s government contractors. The awards, sponsored by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Services Council, celebrate high achievers. Between now and Nov. 5, Federal News Radio is interviewing the finalists for this year’s awards. Joe Martore is president and CEO of Caliber Systems, a finalist for this year’s Contractor of the Year award in the $75-to-$300 million in sales category. He tells the Federal Drive with Tom Temin more about his company and its nomination.

  • Steve Kelman: Shifting focus in acquisition strategy

    Much of the focus on government acquisitions now is on source selection and acquisition strategy. Less attention goes to managing the contract on the back end. Steve Kelman is Professor of Public Management at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and former administrator of Federal Procurement Policy. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose that focus may be getting it backwards.

  • Scott Maucione: Mixed feelings for a new Defense bill

    The fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill includes major acquisition reforms. The bill would give military service chiefs more power over the defense acquisition processes. The authorization bill may be in trouble though. President Obama has threatened to veto it. Federal News Radio’s reporter Scott Maucione tells In Depth with Francis Rose about what Congress is calling for at DoD

  • Steve Grundman: 50 years of acquisition reform

    Identifying the details of where the Defense Department’s money goes is the major contribution of new research from the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Steve Grundman is George Lund fellow at the Atlantic Council and former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Industrial Affairs and Installations. He spoke at the rollout event for the research project. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose his favorite part of the CSIS work is a survey of acquisition reform over the last 50 years because it shows a distinct milestone in the way acquisition reform has gone historically.

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