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Hosts Tom Temin and Emily Kopp bring you the latest news affecting the federal community each weekday morning, featuring interviews with top government executives and contractors. Listen live from 6 to 9 a.m. or download archived interviews on our daily show blogs.
Federal Drive interviews - July 6
Friday - 7/6/2012, 9:04am EDT
Sopen Shah — Defense Financial Analyst, Bloomberg Government
Homeland Security is blocking large companies from bidding as joint venture partners to small businesses. The move comes on an anti-terrorism contract and is another example of the government tightening the reins on its set-asides.
Alan Chvotkin — Executive Vice President and Counsel, Professional Services Council
Lawmakers of both parties are rallying around legislation to stop human trafficking. The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee's bill would require big contractors to police their subcontractors, making sure they don't confiscate workers' passports, skimp on pay, support prostitution or use shady labor brokers. Contractors would have to report suspected abuses to the inspector general. A similar bill has passed the House. It's hard to argue against efforts to stop human trafficking. And yet one group has some concerns.
Ed Zurndorfer — Registered employee benefit consultant
In this economy it may be difficult for young or new federal employees to think about savings. Day-to-day living can suck up most of our paychecks. Two weeks ago, registered employee benefits consultant Ed Zurndorfer shared five tips to prepare for retirement. He's back with more smart-money advice for younger feds.