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Host Tom Temin brings 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 below.
Federal Drive Interviews -- April. 15, 2013
Monday - 4/15/2013, 9:57am EDT
national taxpayer advocate
Internal Revenue Service
It's not just accountants who are busy during tax season. It's prime time for identity thieves too. The Internal Revenue Service has more than doubled the number of employees working on tax-return related identity-theft since 2011. The president's new budget calls for heftier jail sentences and new civil penalties for fraudsters among other changes.
director of research
President Barack Obama's 2014 budget request would give cyber programs throughout the government a boost. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, for one, would have more money for cyber research and development. Each year the SANS Institute trains thousands of people in and out of government in cybersecurity.
Air Force Appellate Defense Division
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel wants military commanders to be largely stripped of their power to change criminal convictions of service members. His move comes after protests from Congress. A military court had found Air Force Lt. Col. James Wilkerson guilty of sexual assault. His commander, Gen. Craig Franklin, overturned the verdict. Outrage ensued.
Graduate School of Education, George Washington University
For years, Pell Grants from the Education Department have helped underprivileged kids go to college. Since 2009, spending on Pell Grants has nearly doubled to $34.5 billion dollars. But a new study by the College Board says too few Pell recipients ever graduate. It's calling for an overhaul of the Pell Grant program. Sandy Baum is a senior fellow at the Graduate School of Education at George Washington University, and a consultant to the College Board.
Bureau of Justice Statistics, Justice Department
Workplace violence has declined quite a bit in the last few years, in both the public and private sector. But you may be surprised to know that non-fatal violence occurs three times as much in government than it does in business. That's according to a new report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Erika Harrell, a statistician at BJS, wrote the report.
senior financial analyst
The price tag for instituting the Dodd Frank Act in President Obama's 2014 budget is $4 billion. It would be split among six financial regulatory agencies. Cady North, a senior financial analyst at Bloomberg Government, conducted a study on the subject.
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MORE FROM THE FEDERAL DRIVE
Monday morning federal headlines -
April 15, 2013
The Morning Federal Newscast is a daily compilation of the stories you hear Federal Drive hosts Tom Temin and Emily Kopp discuss throughout the show each day. The Newscast is designed to give FederalNewsRadio.com users more information about the stories you hear on the air. In today's news, the Commerce Department is full of holes, and at least one congressman wants them filled.
- Commander Stresses Importance of New Air Refueling Tanker
- Navy panel urges ouster of officer who
faked death (Federal News Radio)
- AFGE Calls on Pentagon to Cancel Furloughs Now (AFGE)
- H.R. 624, Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (Congressional Budget Office)