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In Depth Show Blog - December 3, 2013
Tuesday - 12/3/2013, 6:24pm EST
Director of Office of Cyber Security and CISO
Young Government Leaders
As congressional leaders work toward a budget compromise, tighter budgets continue to pressure agencies to try new things. Bureaucracies are not always receptive to change, so persistence pays off when you are trying to implement change.
Petefish, Immel, Heeb and Hird
Help for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses is available from the Department of Veteran's Affairs. But the same help is also available from the Small Business Administration, and it's causing confusion for the veterans they're trying to help.
Allen Federal Business Partners
The contracting scandal affecting the Navy is an example of relationships gone awry in the federal space. What you say in those relationships can sometimes be different from what you mean in the eyes of federal agencies, lawyers and law enforcement.
Federal News Radio
Congress takes on possible reforms to the contracting process for federal building construction as it comes back from recess today. Today members heard from industry advocates who say agencies are chasing away perfectly qualified contractors, wasting money and stifling competition. Details from Federal News Radio's Jared Serbu.
Federal News Radio
The problems the roll out of HealthCare.gov shine a bright light on reform efforts of the past that failed. Now a vocal group of former and current federal officials is calling for the return of the Raines Rules. Paul Brubaker is director of planning and performance management for the Defense Department's deputy chief management officer. Mark Forman is CEO of Government Transaction Services and former White House e-gov administrator. Both played key roles in writing the 1996 Clinger-Cohen Act, the legislation that governs federal IT management. Brubaker and Forman tell Federal News Radio executive editor Jason Miller why the government needs a return to the Raines Rules now more than ever.
Also on the Show:
- Small software maker wins $24.8 mln
judgment vs Lockheed (Reuters)
- Carter steps down, Fox
appointed new acting deputy DoD secretary (Federal News Radio)
- Coburn blasts DHS for gaps in its
cybersecurity (Federal News Radio)
- Prospects brighten for small-scale budget deal (Federal News Radio)