To a certain cadre of thinkers, the coronavirus crisis is no surprise. For example, the National Intelligence Council accurately predicted it back in 2004.
Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology has created a public repository known as CORD-19, that even the White House and federal agencies are using to better understand what’s going on with the coronavirus pandemic.
On this EXTRA episode, Judith Feder, Georgetown professor and healthcare reform expert during the Clinton administration; and Karen Pollitz, senior fellow at the Kaiser Family Foundation and former cabinet member in both the Clinton and Obama administrations; discuss the myriad ideas surrounding healthcare reform in the US and what effect it might have on the DC region.
In today’s Federal Newscast, up to $1 billion from DoD is now available to help support the Homeland Security Department’s drug enforcement efforts at the southern border.
Getting at the roots of why African-Americans are underrepresented in the ranks of D.C.’s restaurant owners. And learning about the benefits of setting aside suburban land for agricultural use.
How can blockchain technology help federal IT professionals accomplish their agencies goals? Find out when Paul Brigner, managing director of Georgetown University’s Security and Software Engineering Research Center, and Macro Solution Vice Presidents Todd Hager and Damanjit Padam join host John Gilroy on Federal Tech Talk. January 23, 2018
Panel recommends creating federal entity to collate statistics and provide more privacy protection for stakeholders.
A group assembled by the National Academies has recommended the creation of a new federal statistical entity.
With 2018 approaching, there’s little time left to get the 2020 decennial count back on track. But the Census Bureau has neither a director nor a deputy.
More than 80 Twitter accounts claiming to represent various federal organizations and employees, many of them national parks, exist in opposition to the Trump administration and its policies.