• How Builders and Backers is evolving entrepreneurship

    Donna Harris, venture expert and founder of the Builders and Backers initiative, explains how an expanded understanding of how to tackle large community problems can lead to more inventive solutions.

  • A startup’s playbook for regulatory hacking

    Evan Burfield, co-founder of accelerator 1776 and current CEO of Union, discusses his latest book, “Regulatory Hacking.” The book explains how entrepreneurs can take a close look at the regulation-heavy areas of the market that are the most in need of innovation, and how to work their way into the fold.

  • Knocking on the door of innovation

    This week on Federal Tech Talk, John Gilroy hosts a round table discussion of innovation in the federal government with representatives from three start-up companies. Drone Aerospace Managements’s Avery Brown, 540’s Chris Bock and Emergent’s Joel Benge join Gilroy for this wide-ranging conversation. October 10, 2017

  • DC emerging as strong home for female entrepreneurs

    Many are starting to take notice as Washington, D.C. blossoms into a region which is bolstering the work of female entrepreneurs and fostering strong networks with federal agencies in the nation’s capital.

  • Innovation in work boots: 1776

    Jonahtan Ende, June Marshall and Blake Hall are the CEOs and founders of three successful start-up companies. They join host John Gilroy on Federal Tech Talk to talk about their businesses and how the global incubator 1776 is helping start-ups transform industries and the federal government. May 3, 2016

  • Innovation in work boots: Mach37

    Three innovators join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss the new incubator Mach37, and how their products will help IT professionals in the federal government. March 15, 2016