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Federal News Radio Archives

2010 and Beyond: Bureaucrat Bashing

Carol Bonasaro, the president of the Senior Executive Association, says the public unpopularity of federal employees created a trying year for federal managers.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 06:11pm EST
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Deficit plan aims to safely cut DoD spending

Carl Conetta, co-director of the Project on Defense Alternatives, discusses the Sustainable Defense Task Force's report on how to cut defense spending.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 05:30pm EST
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TSP dips slightly in November, so far 'up' in December

Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board's Tom Trabucco explains why there was a dip int he slight drop in November returns for your Thrift Savings Plan.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 05:18pm EST
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SBA set-aside program targets women-owned businesses

Warren Corbett, editor of the Set-Aside Alert, discusses the details of the proposed SBA rule.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 05:11pm EST
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Judicial branch lags in transparency

Princeton computer scientist Harlan Yu explains why the judicial branch is struggling to be more transparent.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 04:57pm EST
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2010 and Beyond: Homeland security

As part of the 2010 and Beyond series, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses why a series of FBI sting operations are on the top of his national security story list for the year.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 03:42pm EST
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WikiLeaks exposes national security sites

The BBC reports that the WikiLeaks cable reveal locations that are of national security interest.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 03:10pm EST

Microsoft gets FISMA-certified

The added accreditation brings greater transparency security to the cloud, says the Microsoft blog.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 03:06pm EST

WikiLeaks shows China behind Google hacking

The BBC reports that Chinese officials orchestrated the hacking at Google earlier this year, according to WikiLeaks cables.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 03:00pm EST

Dorobek Must Reads - December 6

A daily list of the best stories of the day as compiled by the DorobekINSIDER team.

Monday - 12/06/2010, 02:18pm EST

Survey: Performance reviews get poor ratings

Kerry Chou, senior practice leader at WorldatWork, and David Insler, senior vice president at Sibson Consulting, tell the DorobekINSIDER current performance reviews are not living up to their full potential.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 07:48pm EST
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Agencies watching GSA cloud award

WFED's Jason Miller discussed why the GSA award for cloud computing is garnering so much attention.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 06:42pm EST
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Stopgap bill keeps agencies funded for now

Politico's Rich Cohen gives details about the stopgap spending bill passed by Congress.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 05:59pm EST
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Analysis: Deficit Commission's lasting effects

While the recommendations from the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform didn't pass, we may not have seen the end of them. Jason Fichtner, senior research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, joins us with more.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:36pm EST
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Smart phones coming to warfighters

The Army is developing technology for soldiers to use smart phones on the battlefield.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:34pm EST

DoD worries Congress won't repeal DADT

The Washington Post reports that the Pentagon is worried that Congress won't repeal the ban on gays openly serving in the military.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:32pm EST

Missing laptops equal $2B lost each year

A study by Poneman Institute estimates that $2 billion are lost each in lost laptops.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:27pm EST

2010 and Beyond: Deficit is the issue of the year

On today's 2010 and Beyond segment, Jonathan Breul, executive director at the IBM Center for Government, tells us why he thinks the deficit is the biggest issue of the year.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:11pm EST
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USB drives pose cyber threats

Info Security reports that lost USB drives containing sensitive data are threatening cybersecurity.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:03pm EST

Will Facebook kill email?

Many people have speculated that Facebook's new communications platform might mean bad things for email. Dave Worsell, director of government solutions at GovDelivery in the UK, says that's not the case.

Friday - 12/03/2010, 04:01pm EST
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