Your definition of success depends on the agency and the mission. But sequestration is a curve ball for any manager trying to inspire employees. Some agencies, though, are finding ways to maintain success no matter what budget challenges crop up. Tom Shoop, editor-in-chief at Government Executive, joins In Depth to discuss
The case of the National Security Administration leaker, Edward Snowden, brings insider threats back to the top of your agency’s cyber priorities list. Recognizing insider threats are here to stay is one way to start to make progress, according to Richard Stiennon, chief research analyst at IT Harvest. He says your insider threats aren’t going away, so you should think about them differently.
Jay Eubanks Director of Operations/Senior government-management consultant Performance Institute
Data can help your agency figure out the best way to manage your employees. But what you may not realize is there are different dimensions of data. Jay Eubanks, director of dperations and senior government management consultant at the Performance Institute, joins In Depth with more.
Tough budget times are here, but you wouldn’t know it by watching Congress. All three budget plans — the House plan, the Senate plan, and the White House plan — all include topline numbers higher than the Budget Control Act allows. That means at least DoD will be in line for sequestration again next fiscal year, according to Greg Kiley of the Silverline Group.
America’s rebalance to Asia and the Middle East makes our relationship with European countries and NATO different. What that relationship looks like is something the Defense Department is still plowing through. Barry Pavel, director of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, joins In Depth with more.
Senior Pentagon officials told the Senate today if they’re worried civilian feds are suffering more than contractors under sequestration, they shouldn’t be. As Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu reports, DoD says the entire non-uniformed workforce will share the pain.
Francis Rose is the host of In Depth, which airs weekdays from 4-7 p.m. on 1500 AM in the Washington, DC metro area and online everywhere. Francis has covered all three branches of the federal government as a broadcast journalist since 1998. He joined Federal News Radio in 2006, and launched In Depth in 2008 as a daily show focused on connecting federal executives to the information they need to do their jobs better.