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Civilian Pentagon whistleblowers need protection. It's the job of Daniel Meyer the director of whistleblowing and transparency at the Department of Defense's Office of the Inspector General.
The work by Dr. Paul Hsieh has led to a nomination for a Service to America Medal in the Science and Environment category.
The SAMMIES pay tribute to America's dedicated federal workforce, highlighting those who have made significant contributions to our country. We get nomination tips from the Partnership for Public Service's Max Stier.
Host Bill Bransford examines two programs that take an in-depth look at the good work done by federal employees: the Service to America Medals and the Feds Helping Feds programs.
October 22, 2010
At least half of the Service to America Medal winners relied on IT for their work.
It's time to start thinking about the 2011 Service to America Medals. Tim McManus from the Partnership for Public Service tells us how to nominate someone for the awards.
Sgt. Mark Todd tells the DorobekInsider that he was "just doing his job".
If you have traveled out West, you have an idea of the vastness of parts of this country. Two Sammies nominees tell us how they've managed to close the gap -- literally.
One NASA scientist is literally helping people see.
NTSB's Robert Benzon says "I'm trying to put myself out of business," as an accident investigator.