Government and industry experts urge the White House to restructure how agencies, especially intelligence agencies, fund and implement information-sharing projects. Jeffery Smith recently testified on the Hill about this. He’s a member of the Markle…
Associated Press Capitol Hill Correspondent, Jerry Bodlander, shared his analysis of election results and how the outcome might impact feds with Tom Temin and Amy Morris on the Federal Drive.
Shawne McGibbon, the ACUS general counsel, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to explain the conference’s new ’Model Agency’ initiative.
The House passed the Stop Government Abuse Act Thursday by a vote of 239-176. The bill is part of a Republican legislative package aimed at slashing government waste and abuse.
Agencies spend more and more each year on professional services. Now the General Services Administration is hatching a plan to round up all of the professional services contractors and herd them into one big multiple award schedule. It’ll be called the Professional Services Schedule. Miguel Garrido, a quantitative analyst with Bloomberg Government, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to explain the impetus for the move, how it will work, and who the new schedule will benefit.
Feds have been here before. Bill Clinton cut the federal workforce by approximately 300,000. George W. Bush favored outsourcing as much agency work as possible.
Linking local innovators and entrepreneurs with government agencies is a non-stop job. Michael Hoffman explains how industry is served by knowing the pulse of the nation’s capital.
Host Bob Leins and co-host John Elliott welcome Tom Fox, Vice President of Leadership and Innovation for Partnership for Public Service, a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American people. June 12, 2017
Ricky Revesz joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss how to deal with government agencies beyond full presidential control
The Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency looked at 61 public reports to figure out what issues cut across federal agencies.