Alex Iams, Interim Director of Arlington Economic Development, discusses the process of making sure D.C. is ready for Amazon’s HQ2, and some of the new things we can expect from it.
As lawmakers turn their heads again to infrastructure, The Firewall editor in chief David Hawkings joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with a preview.
Pramod Raheja, CEO of Airgility, discusses how drone production has created an entire economy around research and development for specific applications, and how those applications can revolutionize nearly any industry where logistics is a constraint.
On this EXTRA episode, we speak with Jack McDougle, President and CEO at Greater Washington Board of Trade, and Chuck Bean, Executive Director at Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, about the recent innovations in 5G technology, and how these advancements can assist both the average person and the most dedicated entrepreneurs in the region.
Andrew Scobie, founder of Faraday Grid, discusses how America’s electrical infrastructure has changed little in over a century, and how his company hopes to revolutionize the industry.
Lee Kestler, chief commercial officer at Vantage Data Centers, discusses how important data centers are to the region’s economy, and how they work to assist businesses, schools, and our every day lives.
Federal agencies and contractors need to build what one expert calls a resilient cybersecurity culture to stay one step ahead of evolving cyber threats.
Federal infrastructure projects have stalled around the country due to cumbersome permitting processes and funding challenges, which is why a bipartisan law was enacted two years ago to speed things up. Now the authors are hoping to amend that legislation with the Federal Permitting Reform and Jobs Act.
In today’s Federal Newscast, President Donald Trump presided over the signing of the “One Federal Decision” memorandum of understanding, in which seven of his cabinet secretaries took part.
Defense Department announced a single-award IDIQ approach to execute a contract lasting up to 10-years, for potentially billions of dollars in IT infrastructure services.