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.
Tech savvy college students may have the answers for solving the Pentagon’s biggest problems, but they don’t how the Defense acquisition regulations work. That can be a problem itself. Chris Taylor is former Defense contractor CEO and adjunct professor of national security studies at Georgetown University, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin about his Hacking for Defense class.
Guest columnist Ken Gold examines how President-elect Donald Trump will build up the armed forces, reduce the deficit and cut taxes, as he promised.
Ken Gold, director of the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University, will give his thoughts on some of the issues that Congress will be addressing over the next few months. March 9, 2015
Ken Gold, the director of the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University, discusses the outlook for federal employees in the light what the 114th Congress might likely do.