Radio Interviews

  • The keys to winning government contracts

    Lohfeld Consulting CEO Bob Lohfeld and Deep Water Point Partner and GM Andy Patrichuk, join host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center to discuss what companies can do to increase their odds of winning government contracts.

  • The mission of the Center for Democracy and Technology

    What is the mission of the Center for Democracy and Technology? How is it advancing federal privacy law to protect our digital rights? What is the Center for Democracy and Technology doing in the area of cybersecurity? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Nuala O’Connor, President and CEO of the Center for Democracy and Technology.

  • When counterfeit can kill

    Kyle Burgess of Consumers’ Research discusses how counterfeit products and drugs endanger the lives of millions of consumers.

  • We take you out to the ball game

    We find out about the food offerings and guest experience at Nationals Park.

  • Fun stuff: count the county fairs

    Federal News Network’s Jory Heckman speaks with Recreation News Publisher Karl Teel about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital.

  • How USAID got out of technical debt

    Jay Mahanand, the chief information officer at the U.S. Agency for International Development, said the plan is to launch an enterprise portfolio management program that USAID will deploy worldwide in the coming months.

  • A new way to help schools raise money

    Kestrel Linder, co-founder and CEO at GiveCampus, discusses his views on the startup economy in D.C. as well as what his company is doing to help fund the regions’ schools.

  • Unlocking the complex US – China relationship

    Rodger Baker, senior vice president of strategic analysis at Stratfor, joins host Derrick Dortch on this week’s Fed Access to discuss how China’s emergence as a global military and economic power has changed its relationship with the United States and other countries around the world.

  • Act of God inspires Arizona’s move to cloud

    Arizona CIO Morgan Reed is transforming the state’s IT with cloud computing, after a devastating sand storm-generated computer outage.

  • Recognizing and avoiding unconscious bias

    Howard Ross, founder of Cook Ross and partner at Udarta consulting, discusses why unconscious and conscious biases aren’t just wrong, but also major disadvantages when it comes to hiring and working with talent and other businesses.

  • The impact of GSA’s e-commerce initiative

    David Dowd, partner at Mayer Brown LLP, joins host Roger Waldron on this week’s Off the Shelf to discuss the legal, policy and market implications of GSA’s Section 846 e-commerce initiative.

  • Vendor risk management & federal IT

    Jake Olcott, vice president of Communications and Government Affairs at BitSight, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss vendor risk management and what federal agencies can do to protect themselves from cyber breaches caused by third party vendors.

  • Putting robotics/autonomous systems to work in defense and security

    What are the implications of the growing importance of robotics and autonomous systems for military operations? How else is the Royal Netherlands Army (NL Army) using innovative technology? Michael Keegan explored these questions and more with Major General C.J. Matthijssen, Deputy Commander, NL Army and Lieutenant Colonel Martijn Hädicke, Commander Robotic Autonomous Systems Project, 13rd Infantry Division, NL Army.

  • CIA’s hiring strategy, IT changing over time

    On this week’s episode of Leaders and Legends in Government, Aileen Black spoke with Doug Wolfe, former director of science and technology at the CIA.