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  • Tammy Flanagan: Long-term care insurance not what it used to be

    When it comes to growing old, presuming you’ll get there, you’ve got three choices. Get rich so you can afford to take care of yourself. Spend your life savings on nursing care and go on Medicaid. Or buy long-term care insurance, which may not really be long-term nor fully insure you. For an update on option three, benefits and retirement planning expert Tammy Flanagan joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

  • Fiscal fourth holds prospects for late-game contractors

    September is the make-it or break-it month for contractors to do business with agencies. But is it too late for them to make some cash in the fiscal fourth?

  • Jared Serbu: DHS eliminates federal anti-terrorism inspection backlog

    The Homeland Security Department eliminated a massive backlog of chemical plants that were waiting for federal anti-terrorism inspections. As Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin, previous estimates said DHS wouldn’t clear the backlog until at least the end of the decade.

  • Kelly Maguire & Charles Lee: EPA pursues environmental justice

    The Environmental Protection Agency has a policy of making sure its regulatory actions take into account what the agency calls environmental justice. It’s proving its analysis with detailed technical guidance to make sure work is consistent across the agency. Kelly Maguire, an economist EPA’s Office of Policy and Charles Lee, EPA’s deputy associate assistant administrator for environmental justice, tell Federal Drive with Tom Temin what this all means.

  • Alexander Kurien: GSA seeks innovators in real property strategies

    For nearly two decades the General Services Administration has conducted an awards program for real property best practices. Alexander Kurien, deputy associate administrator in GSA’s Office of Asset and Transportation Management, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin GSA has put out the call for entries.

  • Dennis Reuter: A new perspective on Pluto

    Two summer agom stargazers around the world were stunned by sharp images of Pluto beamed back by a NASA probe. Scientists got a highly detailed list of what the dwarf planet is actually made of. Federal Drive with Tom Temin guest Dennis Reuter spent decades, along with his team, developing the imaging spectometer that flew by Pluto. For his work, he is a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals program.

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