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Dr. A. Hunter Fanney talks about a house the NIST Engineering Lab is using to study green technologies. Dr. Cheryl Martin discusses the Energy Department's recent round of grants to foster new technology. Financial Planner Arthur Stein discusses the impact of FERS over the last 25 years. Pete Kasperowicz of The Hill newspapers reviews upcoming legislation on Capitol Hill.
Tags: Hunter Fanney , NIST , green energy , Energy Department , Cheryl Martin , financial planning , FERS , FERS: 25 Years Later , The Hill , Congress , DoD , DoD Report , cybersecurity , Cybersecurity Update , Federal Drive
Steven Sossei, a consultant with the Association for Government Accountants, discusses a report on data analytics. Sopen Shah, a defense financial analyst with Bloomberg Government, talks about the first quarter drop-off of three defense contractors. Pete Kasperowicz, a staff writer with The Hill, discusses the impact of recent scandals on federal employees.
Lawmakers should get their rest and relaxation now, because they've got lots to do when they get back from their recess. There will be hearings on federal conferences in the wake of the scandal at the General Services Administration, plus competing Postal Service, budget and cybersecurity bills. Federal News Radio asked Pete Kasperowicz at The Hill newspaper for his predictions.
The vote today in the House on another year of the federal pay freeze is meant to send a message to the conferees who are meeting on the payroll tax cut extension, says a reporter with The Hill newspaper.