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Shows & Panels
In Depth interviews - Feb. 4
Monday - 2/4/2013, 8:47pm EST
Chief Technology Officer
At some point in your federal career you've probably carried a BlackBerry. But their market share in government is shrinking. Tim Hoescht, chief technology officer at Agilex, joins In Depth to discuss whether the new BlackBerry model can help the company reverse that trend.
BlackBerry 10 Better and More Secure, But Not Good Enough (related link)
Co-Director of the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Studies
American Enterprise Institute
Defense spending is getting the blame for dragging down GDP. And the larger cuts in defense spending haven't even started yet. Tom Donnelly, the co-director of the Marilyn Ware Center for Security Ware Center for Security Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, joins In Depth to discuss DoD's influence on the economy.
This story is part of Federal News Radio's daily DoD Report. For more defense news, click here.
Director of Health Care Issues
Government Accountability Office
As the military prepares for women in more forward-leaning roles, the health care they require becomes even more critical. Women will perform the same jobs as men, but they'll need gender-specific health care, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. Randy Williamson, director of health care issues at GAO, joins In Depth to discuss the watchdog agency's latest report.
Most of your colleagues don't think your agency does a very good job of getting rid of poor performers. Some new research from the Merit Systems Protection Board shows more than two-thirds of federal employees also don't think managers can get rid of unnecessary jobs and programs. Diane Cochran, a human resources consultant, and former deputy associate director of the Office of Personnel Management, joins In Depth to discuss the report's findings.
Feds skeptical of managers' ability to cut deadwood (related story)
Also on the show:
Broad Powers Seen for Obama in Cyberstrikes (The New York Times)
EU To Set Out Proposals For New Rules on Cybersecurity (Fox Business)
Panetta names Helvey deputy assistant secretary for East Asia (Defense Department)