There's a special committee of the Council of Inspectors General that's supposed to take action when inspectors general fail to the exercise of good conduct.
A federal attorney steeped in administrative law now has a chance to influence it. Fernando Laguarda is general counsel at AmeriCorps.
Host Dave Wennergren talks with three of the federal technology leaders who recently received ACT-IAC 2022 Executive Leadership Awards.
President Biden recently appointed four new members to the 10-member council of the Administrative Conference of the United States.
The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) have agreed to work together to get more people to join the space industry. To find out the how and why, the Space Hour welcomed back Dan Dumbacher, who is the executive director of AIAA.
Zeb Scoville has been a flight director at NASA for nearly a decade and the Space Hour had a chance to ask him about the new class of flight directors.
The Veterans Affairs Department is in the midst of a five year pilot program. It's called VET TEC.
In today's Federal Newscast: Boasting a 91% success rate, the IRS rakes in $31 billion dollars from tax cheats. A new director has been named at the NIH to run NCATS. And a House committee moves to help VA employees concerned about the mishmash of state abortion laws.
Anne Altman, CEO of Everyone Matters, joins Aileen Black on Leaders and Legends to discuss leadership and how to lead during times of crisis.
Agencies are also considering new FOIA tools that leverage automation and machine learning, while a "FOIA wizard" is in the works.
The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee made up of inspectors general recently launched a group of dashboards to help people see which agencies got how much money and where it went.
Elliott Johnson Jr., a senior management analyst in the HUD’s Office of the Chief Risk Officer, said the agency updated its front end risk assessment (FERA) policy in September, including two years of lessons learned.
Gwendolyn Sykes has operated as a CFO at large federal agencies and in two major universities. At the moment. She's the CFO of the Secret Service, and also a new fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration.
No one particularly likes Defense Department's PPBE process. It’s rigid, inflexible, and very slow. But it's been encoded into the DNA of the Defense bureaucracy for more than 60 years. Over the next year, two separate groups of experts will try to figure out how to fix the system.