DorobekInsider: What you read in 2009…. on The Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

I have been (slowly) pulling together the most read items from the different programs on Federal News Radio 1500 AM over the past 12 months.

Previous ‘most read in 2009:
* Mike Causey edition
* In Depth with Francis Rose edition
* edition
* The Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Jane Norris

Today… the most read items of 2009::
* Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris

Coming up:
* Most read for the year on The DorobekInsider

But for now, here are the items you read in 2009 on Federal News Radio 1500 AM’s Daily Debrief with Chris Dorobek and Amy Morris, hear weekdays from 3-7p ET:

  1. Lawmakers continue to discuss turning unused sick leave into TSP dollars
  2. Will House healthcare bill affect the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program?
  3. TSP continues success; memo details participant behavior
  4. How your Thrift Savings Plan has changed over the past decade
  5. Your Turn preview: A pay raise in your future?
  6. TSP and FERS tops legislative session
  7. Two top feds say it might be time for a change in telework policy
  8. Wednesday Afternoon Federal Newscast
  9. TSP Talk: Tobacco Bill signed into law
  10. Participants borrow less from their TSP accounts
  11. A Win for Retired Federal Employees
  12. Details about NSA cyberattack during Bush administration revealed
  13. Demo for new TSP website unveiled at board meeting
  14. Congressman calls for hearings about federal LTC insurance premium hikes
  15. TSP’s Trabucco: Thrift Savings Plan posts strong results in November
  16. Daily Debrief Reports: TSP required minimum distributions & you
  17. TSP changes and automatic enrollment updates
  18. The latest TSP news
  19. The Daily Debrief Reports: TSP participation continues to increase
  20. No COLA for federal retirees?
  21. Postal Service’s National Reassessment Process
  22. TSP funds see slow but steady gains in 2009
  23. New best practices at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office save time, taxpayer dollars
  24. TSP Talk: Loans available
  25. How to avoid getting into trouble while shopping online at work
  26. Preview: TSP Snapshot to start Monday
  27. Adding to Your TSP?
  28. Daily Debrief Reports: Your Thrift Savings Plan & the Market
  29. Postal Service announces final list of closures
  30. Your TSP: Changes coming tomorrow?
  31. Stories of the Decade: TSP sees many positive changes
  32. TSP Talk: Where is the market going?
  33. TSP preps for new Web site debut
  34. Bullish? What August might hold for your TSP account
  35. Daily Debrief Reports: No required minimum distributions for your TSP in 2010?
  36. The State of Your TSP
  37. Letter Carriers Union Responds to USPS Cuts
  38. Your Turn preview: Open Season, FEHBP and choosing a new health plan
  39. TSP Snapshot Snippet: Economic recovery, improved TSP?
  40. USDA’s Donald Sanders discusses employee reorganization
  41. How did the TSP do in May?
  42. Examining the role of China in U.S. cybersecurity policy
  43. Coming up on Your Turn: A personal Open Season?
  44. Causey on Pay-for-Performance
  45. Open Season is ending, prepare to get the details on Your Turn
  46. DoD will hire thousands of new workers
  47. Your Turn sneak peak – why you should plan on tuning in
  48. Proposed Budget Would Limit Raises in 2010
  49. Smithsonian changing its image to appeal to younger Americans
  50. No More FERS Flu?
  51. Secret Service takes on new responsibilities
  52. Nortel Government Solutions is now Avaya Government Solutions
  53. DoD senior executive requirements changing
  54. McAfee, Northrop Grumman partner to work on Host Based Security System
  55. Smithsonian uses innovative collaboration tools to reach out to public
  56. USAF set to reopen competition for KC-X tanker
  57. Federal Contracting workforce is growing
  58. ‘Citizen 2.0′ influence coming to your agency by 2012
  59. Are PDA’s safe?
  60. Gov. Kaine gives his reaction to BRAC extension
  61. Nortel Government Solutions, Avaya sign agreement
  62. Spending season: Why this FY is different
  63. FederalNewsRadio goes to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival
  64. New survey shows usage of Web 2.0 collaboration tools skyrocketing
  65. Causey: 2009 a good year for feds
  66. OMG txtng srsly taking off
  67. Talking about your TSP
  68. FAQ: Taking money out of your TSP
  69. GSA’s Tyree Varnado reflects on 39 years of government service
  70. Groups express concern about Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
  71. Daily Debrief Reports: Your TSP & the Market
  72. TSP Roth 401(k) option now on the table
  73. Agency insourcing initative causing a stir in the private sector
  74. Sen. Brownback asks for Air Force to revise Tanker Request for Proposal
  75. The Next Step for NSPS
  76. Update: NSPS recommendations
  77. OPM wants to change sick leave rules
  78. Stories of the Decade: 10 years of missed opportunities for the CIO
  79. Defense Business Board releases NSPS recommendations
  80. Who will inherit your TSP account?
  81. Does having a security clearance mean you have to give up those Web 2.0 tools?
  82. Agencies sued for policy documents on 2.0 information collection
  83. Plan to listen to Your Turn on Wednesday for Open Season advice
  84. Should Alaskan native corps. get special considerations?
  85. Stories of the Decade: How 9/11 changed the public’s perception of federal employees
  86. Snow Days
  87. Tom Davis: ‘Mindset has changed markedly’ on procurement
  88. NRC negotiates new contract with NTEU
  89. DoD begins gathering data per Open Government Initiative
  90. Senate takes up TSP changes in bill
  91. Pay parity still lacking for federal civilian employees
  92. Analysis: GAO’s Dan Gordon nominated as OFPP Administrator
  93. What will WHTI do?
  94. Former ODNI CIO Meyerrose talks about cybersecurity’s future
  95. Nominee to be TSA administrator testifies before Senate
  96. E-messaging, other benefits to come with new TSP Web site
  97. Holding onto good feds once you’ve got them
  98. Labor Department launches Web challenge seeking best practices
  99. What next, if not Networx? Word from GSA’s conference
  100. Whose Belt is Tightening More?
  101. The new Office of Government Information Services
  102. Your TSP: Big changes coming
  103. Navy CIO: Cyber czar needed soon
  104. New report: alternative energy methods key to securing troops on battlefield
  105. DDOT’s Twitter use keeps department ahead of blizzard cleanup
  106. Your Turn preview: FEHB update
  107. FireEye partners with In-Q-Tel to secure Intelligence Community
  108. Reaction: FEMA to stay under DHS
  109. Public ranks government healthcare Web sites high in new report
  110. Inauguration Day Traffic
  111. Update: TSP’s Roth option
  112. How Web 2.0 is changing responses to emergencies
  113. Learning more about USDA’s employee buyout
  114. Daily Debrief EXTRA: “Special Agent” Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., honored by FBI
  115. Breaking Down the BearingPoint Bankruptcy
  116. Whitepaper outlines identity issues for federal website users
  117. Phishing Scams and Your TSP
  118. NATCA on Babbitt
  119. Web 2.0 tools proving beneficial for government, industry
  120. CMAP: A new leadership program designed for you
  121. Sen. Reid’s amendment would shield FEHB from public option
  122. A possible cure for the FERS flu?
  123. Talkin’ about your TSP
  124. Taking a long look at NSPS
  125. USPTO gets new director
  126. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey mulls over 2009
  127. GAO: Security problems abound throughout FPS
  128. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about your TSP
  129. NIMH entering first phase of largest ever study of suicide in the military
  130. Microsoft Federal focuses on options in the cloud
  131. Bob Peck is GSA’s new Commissioner of Public Buildings
  132. Analysis: Cybersecurity Coordinator faces many challenges, opportunities
  133. TSP changes coming soon
  134. OPM rolls out new plan to deal with snow days
  135. Pay Parity, Raises and the Budget
  136. NSPS update: Unions speak before Board final recommendations
  137. How the USO is helping the troops – and what you can do to lend a hand
  138. TSP Roth option right around the corner?
  139. DHS, Michigan launch unique cybersecurity partnership
  140. Will Maryland be the new home of cybersecurity?
  141. Special fed shakes his groove thing on WFED
  142. Great American Hackathon a success for ‘positive hacking’
  143. Senior executive requirements changing at DoD