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6:46 am, March 27, 2015

Federal News Radio News Stream

The News Stream is a continuously updated list of every story, interview, panel discussion, and feature added to FederalNewsRadio.com. As a story is posted to the website, it will appear at the top of the News Stream. Never miss a beat with Federal News Radio's News Stream.

Cardin: Feds are not 'faceless, nameless bureaucrats'

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) pledged to showcase the work of federal employees during a town hall meeting at the Census Bureau. He also suggested that they brag a little about achievements that seem to go unnoticed on Capitol Hill.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 11:00am EDT

Virtualization & Data Center Consolidation "Progress & Best Practices" 2015

Listen Tuesday March 17th @ 12pm

Monday - 03/16/2015, 10:57am EDT

Kevin Brancato, Defense Analyst, Bloomberg Government

Some fresh, new and big federal contracting opportunities are coming. The biggest will be the $60 billion Alliant Two deal, a government-wide acquisition contract the General Services Administration is cooking up. That's according to Bloomberg Government. B-Gov has published its latest list of the top 20 upcoming vehicles. There are the ones contractors simply must have places on. Bloomberg senior analyst Kevin Brancato joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the list.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 10:52am EDT
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Flawed Social Security data say 6.5M in US reach age 112

Erroneous Social Security records suggest 6.5M people reach age 112; potential for fraud

Monday - 03/16/2015, 10:42am EDT

Vince Crisler, Partner, Fortalice Solutions

Over the past year, it seems like every bad cybersecurity scenario that could happen has happened. What might be scarier is the threat you can't see the backdoor embedded in something you buy. A router or switch, for example. Federal agencies and their contractors are under a mandate to ensure cybersecurity not only for the products they buy, but also for the chain of suppliers involved in the manufacturing of finished systems. How do you do that? Vince Crisler, a partner at Fortalice Solutions, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to explain.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 10:07am EDT
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Monday federal headlines - March 16, 2015

The Federal Headlines is a daily compilation of the stories you hear discussed on Federal News Radio each day. It is designed to give FederalNewsRadio.com readers more information about the stories heard on the radio. In today's news, the Treasury Department won't invest in the Thrift Savings Plan's G-Fund until the debt limit is resolved, the Obama administration abandons plans to cut the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan to 5,500 by year's end and the Office of Federal Procurement Policy tries podcasting.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 09:31am EDT

Congress' March Madness: Fed-focused bills might not make the Final Four

It's March Madness on Capitol Hill. In Depth host Francis Rose looks at four bills in Congress that are now vying for a shot at the Big Dance.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 07:36am EDT

GSA's Hashmi squares away industry plans; Kraden heads to OGP

There was an awful lot of movement in the federal IT community over the last few weeks. There was maybe none more surprising than Sonny Hashmi's decision to leave as the chief information officer of the General Services Administration. Now we know who made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 04:58am EDT

HHS trying to untangle itself from typical shared services shortcomings

The Department of Health and Human Services is suffering from what many believe are the two major reasons why shared services continues to lag in government.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 04:51am EDT

Inside the Reporter's Notebook: CFOs fight over budget authority; HHS shared services shortcomings

In this week's Inside the Reporter's Notebook, Several sources say OMB is getting pushback on its draft guidance from several CFOs who don't want to cede budgetary authority to CIO; the Department of Health and Human Services is suffering from what many believe are the two major reasons why shared services continues to lag in government.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 04:32am EDT
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CFOs not giving up budget authority to CIOs without a fight

Several sources said OMB is getting pushback on its draft guidance from several CFOs who don't want to cede budgetary authority to CIOs.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 04:28am EDT

Brennan says new CIA cyber branch part of digital evolution

The CIA director said the agency is following the spy business into the digital realm, but it is not trying to step on other intelligence agencies' turf.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 03:58am EDT
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The pay raise vs. the COLA gap is real!!!

The only good news -- so far -- for retirees is that the COLA escalator only goes in one direction. That is up, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.

Monday - 03/16/2015, 03:00am EDT

Boko Haram & the drug war in Mexico

Mark Schroeder and Tristan Reed from Stratfor, will give us an update on the terrorist group Boko Haram, and the latest news on the Mexican drug war.
March 13, 2015

Friday - 03/13/2015, 07:43pm EDT
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Federal News Countdown: Diverse job seekers, innovative ideas

Jon Desenberg, director of policy at the Performance Institute, and John Salamone, vice president of FMP Consulting, count down the week's top federal stories with Francis Rose.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 05:53pm EDT

Melanie Pustay, Director, Office of Information Policy, DOJ

The Justice Department wants every federal employee to understand his role when it comes to the Freedom of Information Act. Sunshine Week begins next week, and DOJ is reinforcing the concept through a set of new tools and training. Melanie Pustay, director of the Office of Information Policy in the Justice Department, tells Federal News Radio Executive Editor Jason Miller how her office works to ensure there's a broad understanding of every employees' expectations when it comes to FOIA.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 05:28pm EDT
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Shoop: High-level feds avoid candor, controversy in emails

About half of the federal workforce is uncomfortable using their work e-mails. A recent survey by Government Executive magazine says they don't like the idea the public can review their internal office communications. Tom Shoop is Editor in Chief at Gov Exec. He discussed the results on In Depth with Francis Rose.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 05:20pm EDT
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Sabatino: SSA uses customer feedback to build winning websites

The Social Security Administration cleans up on ForeSee's fourth-quarter E-Government Satisfaction Index. Five of the top 10 positions on the list are SSA sites. Robin Sabatino is associate commissioner of the Office of Electronic Services and Technology at the Social Security Administration. She said the agency's success is because of several reasons on In Depth with Francis Rose.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 05:05pm EDT
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D.C. Women's Center hosts annual leadership conference

Women of Washington hosts Gigi Schumm and Aileen Black sat down with Sally Turner, president and board chair of the Women's Center, and Meg Artley, the Center's director of development and communications.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 03:48pm EDT

How many contractors does the government have?

The Congressional Budget Office recently revealed that it didn't have any comprehensive information about the size of the federal government's contracted workforce. Jeff Neal, senior vice president of ICF International and former chief human capital officer at the Department of Homeland Security, says knowing that number might not matter too much to taxpayers in the long run.

Friday - 03/13/2015, 03:31pm EDT
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