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Federal Drive Show Blog - September 26, 2013
Thursday - 9/26/2013, 11:33am EDT
Federal Employment Attorney
The Office of Management and Budget's memo earlier this month outlines the path to termination for any government employee who makes illegal purchases on a government issued credit card. Agencies have until the end of this month to firm up their internal controls and prove they will take a tougher stance on credit card abuse. So what should the holders of credit cards know? Jonathan Bell is a federal employment attorney and has the answers.
Federal News Radio
The Treasury Department is finalizing requirements for agencies on financial management shared services. It's part of an effort to push agencies to federally-outsource those services. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller joins us with details.
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
In the District, you'll find multiple police forces responding to emergencies. There's the Metropolitan Police, U.S. Park Police, Government Printing Office Police, Capitol Police, Secret Service, Amtrak Police and the list goes on and on. But who's in charge during big events like the recent Navy Yard shootings? And how does command-and-control work in those situations? For some answers, we called Jon Adler, national president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association or FLEOA.
U.S. Access Board
Forty years ago, federal buildings had long, skinny staircases and few employees who needed ramps. The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 made both federal bricks-and-mortar and managers friendlier to people with disabilities. It also created the Access Board, the federal agency that sets standards for accessible design. David Capozzi, executive director of the Access Board, joined us to look back at the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 40 years on.
Procurement Analyst-Acquisition Career Manager
Food and Drug Administration
Five winners celebrate their selection as this year's Causey Award winners from Federal News Radio. These winners demonstrate excellence in human resources. Ronald Loube is a procurement analyst and Acquisition Career Manager for the Food and Drug Administration. He was selected for his design and development of an in-house training program called The FDA Acquisition Academy.