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Federal Drive interviews - May 9, 2012
Thursday - 5/10/2012, 1:59am EDT
Audio will be added later today.
Dendy Young — former GTSI CEO
GTSI's recent sale to Unicom Systems catapults Unicom into the federal sector. The acquisition folds in GTSI's government cloud technologies, health care and high tech financial solutions to Unicom's commercial IT management assets. Analysts see the acquisition as a good move for both companies. Is that feeling universal? Young ran the company from 1996 to 2006. He began with a look back at GTSI's history
Brendan Sasso — Reporter, The Hill
A cybersecurity bill is getting more appealing to Congress, as Democrats find ways to appease Senate Republicans. The bill currently lacks the 60 votes needed to get to the floor, so Democrats are getting advice from across the aisle on what changes to the bill would be necessary. Sasso has details on what the backroom discussions entail.
Omar Perez — Assistant Special Agent In Charge in the Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services
$452 million dollars in Medicare fraud has been uncovered by a multi-agency team called The Medicare Fraud Strike Force. The team includes the F-BI, the Departments of Justice, Health and Human Services and state and local investigators. It took more than 500 good guys to take down a bevy of crooks in South Florida. Perez discusses how the agencies worked together in this far-reaching effort.