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In Depth with Francis Rose features daily interviews with top government executives and contractors. Listen live from 4 to 7 p.m. or download his archived interviews below.
In Depth Show Blog - January 29, 2014
Wednesday - 1/29/2014, 5:13pm EST
The Department of Defense is looking at many different possibilities for budget savings. But the choices are becoming more limited as Congress tells the Pentagon what it can't cut. That leaves the department with fewer and fewer choices, and those choices get worse and worse. Todd Harrison, senior fellow at the Center For Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, and his colleague Mark Gunzinger are writing in The Wall Street Journal about this. Harrison was Francis Rose's guest on Pentagon Solutions.
Federal News Radio
The new secretary of the Air Force says it's already clear to her that there are "systemic" problems in the service's nuclear workforce. Federal News Radio's Jared Serbu has more on her assessment so far, and the Air Force's search for fixes.
Senator Finance Committee Chairman
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) is the White House nominee to become the next ambassador to China. He testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday for his nomination hearing. In his opening statement, he says the U.S's relationship with China is one of the most important bilateral relationships in the world.
Resilient Network Systems
The federal government's data center consolidation effort is in flux because of definitions and quantities. Agencies have more data centers than first thought, mainly because what a data center is shifts. But when your agency comes through the consolidation process, your infrastructure will probably look rather familiar. Richard Spires is CEO of Resilient Network Systems and former Chief Information Officer of the Homeland Security Department.
Federal News Radio
Changing the entrenched federal acquisition culture is the goal of a new set of recommendations from the Defense Department and the General Services Administration. They make six recommendations for addressing cybersecurity issues at the very beginning of any procurement. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller shares details on how DoD and GSA want to ensure cybersecurity isn't bolted on after the fact any more.
Also on the Show:
- HealthCare.gov drags down
satisfaction with federal services (Federal News Radio)
will review higher pensions for top officers (USA Today)
- Latest postal reform bill includes USPS-only health plan (Federal News Radio)