The Departments Veterans Affairs and Defense might be losing almost $1 million a year because integrated health records that aren’t really integrated.
Dr. Frances Murphy, the president of Sigma Health Consulting, LLC and VA’s former deputy undersecretary for health, joins In Depth to discuss a recent Institute of Medicine report on the electronic health record system at Lovell Federal Health Care Center.
Tom Shoop — Editor-in-Chief, Government Executive
Knowing what your boss is like is important before starting a new job. But when it comes to the federal government, it’s a different story — especially at this time of year, when you don’t know if your current boss is going to stick around.
Tom Shoop, the editor-in-chief at Government Executive, joins In Depth to discuss some of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s leadership style.
Kim Weaver — Director of external affairs, Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
Kim Weaver, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board’s director of external affairs, joins In Depth to recap the the board’s most recent meeting. Among the topics up for discussion were the number of federal employees now investing in the Roth Thrift Savings Plan option as well as a possible mutual fund window for the TSP.
Mary Alice Baish — Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office
Historical documents rom the Treasury Department’s library will soon make their way to the Government Printing Office Federal Digital Systems (FDsys), where they will be available at the click of a mouse.
Mary Alice Baish, GPO’s assistant public printer and superintendent of documents, joins In Depth to discuss the project and how it came about.
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In the 3 p.m. hour, In Depth played highlights from an Oct. 10 AFCEA Bethesda event on identity and access management, including remarks by Tom McCarty, the director of credential and identity management at the Homeland Security Department.
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