The government can’t hire fast enough to keep up with the spending bills

Congress has been on a spending spree for three years: Appropriations, the American Rescue Plan, the Chips Act, the Infrastructure Bill, the inflation bill. It all means federal agencies have to hire somewhere between 80,000 and 100,000 people. Federal Drive host Tom Temin talked with someone who thinks one department might offer clues to how to it effectively: Bob Tobias, professor in the key executive leadership program at American University.