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Federal News Radio presents "9/11: A Government Changed"
Monday - 8/29/2011, 11:56am EDT
WASHINGTON, D.C. August 29, 2011 - Federal News Radio 1500 AM launched a special series titled "9/11; A Government Changed," a Federal News Radio exclusive that evaluates the September 11th terrorist attacks and its impact on the federal government.
This series reflects upon the ten year transformation within the federal government, both subtle and dramatic, encompassing everything from building security to computer security to how agencies hire and perform background checks. Federal News Radio covers the government's newest additions; including the start of homeland security, an influx of federal employees, two wars and a number of congressional subcommittees to oversee homeland security issues.
Federal News Radio Program Director, Lisa Wolfe says, "What we've discovered in the course of reporting on this series is the government has made some definitive progress toward better coordination and communication among agencies. Technology, hiring practices, acquisition, there isn't one aspect of government that hasn't been affected by the impact of 9/11."
"9/11; A Government Changed" is featured exclusively on Federal News Radio and FederalNewsRadio.com through September 11.
Federal News Radio broadcasts in the Washington, D.C. metro on 1500 AM and 820 AM in Frederick. The station is the only radio station of its kind in the area and is a primary outlet for federal managers and contractors seeking news and information about the business of the federal government. Its website FederalNewsRadio.com features local and national federal news, original content, blogs and audio archives of all its programming. Federal News Radio and its sister station WTOP are owned and operated by Hubbard Radio, LLC.