The investigation into the leak at the National Security Agency will of course include long looks at Edward Snowden and Booz Allen Hamilton. But they may not be the only subjects of investigations, according to France Hoang, a partner at Fluet Huber and Hoang.
Rick McFeely Executive Assistant Director FBI’s Criminal Cyber Response Service Branch
Hackers get more creative all the time in figuring out ways to leverage someone else’s stuff. Botnets have been around a long time, but their popularity among the bad guys is exploding, according to a new report. Rick McFeely, executive assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal Cyber Response Service Branch, joins In Depth to explain just what a botnet is.
David Dye Director Deloitte Consulting’s Federal Human Capital Practice
Pay for performance has been a bug-a-boo for many years for the federal government. Meanwhile, employees across government are still trying to figure out how to get the recognition they think they deserve. The Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte combed through federal survey data to examine federal employees’ attitudes about performance-based rewards and promotions. David Dye, director of Deloitte Consulting’s Federal Human Capital Practice, joins In Depth with more.
Fiscal year 2013 is ticking away and fiscal 2014 is approaching quickly. Sequestration looks more and more likely again next year, and the Office of Management and Budget tells agencies to get ready this time around. Steny Hoyer, the House Minority Whip, to discuss legislative efforts to deal with the cuts and other items on the congressional calendar.
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 as the producer and news anchor of the station’s morning drive program, the Federal Drive. He launched In Depth in 2008 as a daily show focused on connecting federal executives to the information they need to do their jobs better.