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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

The reverse auction firm FedBid is back in the federal market. The Air Force has lifted the suspension - and stopped the debarment process it initiated against the company. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to explain why and how FedBid is back in business with the government.

Tags: Jason Miller , Federal Drive , Air Force , FedBid , contracting

Tuesday - 02/24/2015, 10:40am EST
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John Palguta, Vice President, Partnership for Public Service

The expiration date for Homeland Security's continuing resolution is fast approaching. The deadline is Friday. And that means Congress has just four days to reach an agreement funding the department for the rest of the year, or furlough roughly 30,000 employees. What should DHS managers be doing to prepare for this possibility? John Palguta, the vice president for policy at the Partnership for Public Service, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to offer some answers.

Tags: John Palguta , Partnership for Pulic Service , Federal Drive , DHS , shutdown

Tuesday - 02/24/2015, 10:38am EST
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Jeremy Grant, National Institute of Standards and Technology

After four years leading the government efforts come up with an alternative to the password, Jeremy Grant is leaving government. He's a Senior Executive Advisor for Identity Management at the National Insitute of Standards and Technology. In an email to his colleagues, he says he's unsure where he'll go next, but plans to leave NIST in April. He joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin in studio to reflect on progress in identity management and some of the success stories.

Tags: Jeremy Grant , NIST , Federal Drive ,

Tuesday - 02/24/2015, 09:59am EST
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Peter Eyre, Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP

Contractors doing any government work overseas face a big new rule that goes into effect this coming Monday. It's aimed at preventing contractors from engaging in human trafficking. It's a rule with teeth and it covers a lot of ground. Peter Eyre, a partner at the law firm Crowell and Moring's Government Contracts Group, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on the rule and its implications.

Tags: Peter Eyre , Crowell & Moring , Federal Drive , contracting , human trafficking

Tuesday - 02/24/2015, 09:59am EST
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Susan Tsui Grundmann, Chairwoman, Merit Systems Protection Board

The Merit Systems Protection Board has some big plans for 2015. That's according to Chairwoman Susan Tsui Grundmann. In part one of her conversation with Tom Temin on the Federal Drive, she discussed the board's annual report card for 2014. Today, she discusses her plans for the upcoming year. In addition to establishing an E-filing system for merit systems claims, Grundmann said she has two other main priorities to accomplish.

Tags: Susan Tsui Grundmann , MSPB , Federal Drive

Thursday - 02/19/2015, 09:18am EST
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Emily Kopp, Reporter, Federal News Radio

If asked, many people with knowledge of the federal government would agree that problems surround the Senior Executive Service. But if you ask what the problem is, you'll get very different answers. For example, of the 890 career senior executives who left government in fiscal 2014, just two were fired for discipline or performance. Is that because the laws make it hard to fire executives even when they do something scandalous? Or is it because leaders don't want to use the authorities at their disposal? On the Federal Drive with Tom Temin, and as part of her special report, "Fixing the SES," Federal News Radio's Emily Kopp dissected the problems with help from Eddie Ribas. He's an SES member and human-resources expert who has worked at many agencies, including the Office of Personnel Management and now the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Tags: Emily Kopp , Federal Drive , Fixing the SES , SES , management , Workforce

Monday - 02/23/2015, 06:13am EST
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Jerry Hendrix, Defense Strategies and Assessments Program, CNAS

President Barack Obama's budget request included a small, $5 million item earmarked for a next-generation fighter. And while no one knows exactly what it'll be, it's meant to replace the F/A-18 Super Hornet and EA-18 Growler by 2030. Jerry Hendrix, a senior fellow and director of the Defense Strategies and Assessments Program at the Center for a New American Security, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on what exactly the new fighter will be capable of and why it's needed.

Tags: Jerry Hendrix , Federal Drive , CNAS , Barack Obama , F/A-18 Super Hornet , EA-18 Growler , DoD

Monday - 02/23/2015, 10:09am EST
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Bill Shear, Director of Financial Markets and Community Investment Issues, GAO

The Small Business Administration has a problem with its Historically Underutilized Business Zones designation. According to a new GAO report, SBA has no way to inform businesses when they might no longer qualify as a HUBZone. Or when the zone they operate in might not longer be considered a HUBZone. For more on the report, and what SBA can do to improve, Bill Shear, director of Financial Markets and Community Investment Issues at the GAO, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive.

Tags: Bill Shear , GAO , Federal Drive , Historically Underutilized Business Zones , HUB Zones , SBA

Monday - 02/23/2015, 10:06am EST
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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

The General Services Administration (GSA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have one thing in common. They're both preparing several new opportunities for contractors. By March, contractors can expect a series of draft and final requests for proposals for some of the largest IT service contracts in the government. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with details on the next wave of big RFPs.

Tags: Jason Miller , Federal Drive , In Depth

Friday - 02/20/2015, 10:42am EST
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Julia Ziegler, Web Manager, Federal News Radio

Federal employees in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore got an extra day off this week after a snow storm swept through the area. The storm dropped anywhere from 3 inches of snow in some places to 7 inches in other spots. Not exactly a blizzard. Still, it led to a closure of federal buildings, and at least one disgusted congressman. Web Manager Julia Ziegler joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with a storm review, and to share some of your comments.

Tags: Julia Ziegler , Jason Chaffetz , Federal Drive , OPM , snow closure

Friday - 02/20/2015, 10:38am EST
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