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In Depth Show Blog - November 11, 2013
Monday - 11/11/2013, 6:01pm EST
Department of Veterans Affairs
Treating and maintaining the mental health of America's veterans has become a top priority at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Providing that care requires the best care providers the agency can get. Mary Schohn is head of Mental Health Operations and Michael Culpepper is Chief Officer of Workforce Management and Consulting at the Department of Veterans Affairs. They work together to identify, recruit, train and retain a skilled team of mental health care providers.
Federal News Radio
TechAmerica wants $5 million in damages from the industry group that raided it last week. Their lawsuit against the Information Technology Industry Council claims harm after three executives left TechAmerica and went to ITIC.
Allen Federal Business Partners
Clarity is in short supply around Washington these days. Some federal contracting officials say the basic guidelines to follow a contract solicitation are vague and sometimes vendors don't even read them.
All's quiet on the budget front on Capitol Hill. Members of the congressional conference committee trying to work out an agreement for the rest of this fiscal year continue to meet and their staffs are exchanging information. But no one's saying anything in public. That may be bad or it may be really good.
Also on the Show:
freeze, sequestration take bite out of employee satisfaction, OPM survey
reveals (Federal News Radio)
- Lawmakers question DHS' awards
under the EAGLE II contract (Federal News Radio)
- TechAmerica files
$5 million lawsuit against ITI, three former execs (Federal News Radio)
- 61--Soldier Power Industry Day Announcement (FedBizOpps)