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In Depth Show Blog - July 24, 2013
Wednesday - 7/24/2013, 6:26pm EDT
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On today's Pentagon Solutions, sponsored by DRS Technologies, Francis Rose discusses Quadrennial Defense Review with Doug Wilson, senior fellow in residence at the Truman Project and Center for National Policy. In Wilson's recent opinion piece, "Ditch the QDR" published in "Defense One," he argues the Pentagon has already met its four requirements of the 2014 QDR.
Professor of Public Management
Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government
Tight budgets make fulfilling your agency's mission difficult, but for your team, sequestration might actually make your mission easier.
Federal News Radio
The Defense Department is scrubbing its financial books to see if it can cut furlough days for its civilian employees. But Defense officials warn House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee members furloughs could turn into layoffs if sequestration continues into fiscal 2014. Congressman Rob Wittman is the chairman of the House Readiness Subcommittee. He spoke with Federal News Radio executive editor Jason Miller about the Defense Department's briefing and what civilian employees should expect.
Senior Technology Policy Advisor
National Institute for Standards and Technology
The creation of a national standard for cybersecurity is moving along for the National Institute for Standards and Technology. NIST is reviewing the results of a third workshop to build the voluntary cybersecurity framework, and they've already scheduled the fourth.
Senior Vice President and Director, International Security Program
Center for Strategic and International Studies
The 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review is due in February of next year, and that's the bad news. The good news is, the Pentagon may have a bit of a head start on the QDR this time around.
Homeland Security Transportation Security Subcommittee
Problems in procurement at the Transportation Security Administration have Congress's attention — on both sides of the aisle. The chairmen and ranking members of the House Homeland Security Committee and the transportation security subcommittee are co-sponsoring a bill to change TSA's procurement process.
- House votes to stop Defense furloughs in 2014
- Changes eyed in door-to-door mail delivery
- Coalition for Government Procurement looks for EIP award nominations
- Mike Causey: The man with the suitcase full of cash!
- FEMA hosting hiring strategy workshop for SES
- Contemporary Services Corporation gets DHS 'qualified anti-terrorist tech' designation
- NIST revises digital signature standards