• How new ideas are being welcomed in government contracting

    Zhensen Huang, founder of Precise Software Solutions, discusses the role that his company plays in helping people get access to information on their medication, as well as the ways that entrepreneurs and government can work together to innovate and help the lives of all our citizens.

  • The voice of the DC Inno Beat on the rise of Richmond

    Kieran McQuilkin, new market editor at D.C.’s American Inno, discusses the D.C. tech community and some of the hottest new and rising trends for innovation in the region.

  • Driving innovation from within to assist the whole region

    Caitlin McKenna, Senior Director of Customer Experience and Innovation at Hilton; and Brinda Sen Gupta, Deputy Director of the Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Center, discuss the ways their positions at their companies help them teach others to innovate, shaping even large companies to work better.

  • How to actually encourage DC innovation

    Jack McDougle, CEO and president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, discusses some of the ways the entrepreneurial community and the government can work together to spur innovation and economic growth, for the entire D.C. region and beyond.

  • Air Force testing new, interesting product for transmission

    Sonitus’ Peter Hadrovic joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the potential uses of a new product the Air Force is testing.

  • Insights from one of texting’s innovators

    Terry Hsiao, serial entrepreneur of companies like Hook Mobile and co-developer on projects like the one that helped unify the global texting platform, discusses current and future trends in telecommunications and the best qualities for entrepreneurship.

  • Innovative concepts in satellite communications

    Barry Matsumori, CEO of BridgeSat, Inc., joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss how innovations in space technology are being used by IT professionals in the federal government. Oct. 30, 2018

  • Quantum innovation needs this region’s experts

    Arthur Herman, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and popular historian, discusses the way that new industries embracing quantum computing will require experts that are already rising in the D.C. region.

  • Why DC is the perfect place for an innovation contest

    On this episode, we speak with Jacqueline Baker, Innovation Program Manager for AARP, to discuss how innovation is spurred in D.C., in no small part thanks to the AARP Innovation Labs Grand Pitch Event coming later this October.

  • Ask for forgiveness, not permission

    Lookout’s Vijaya Kaza joined Gigi Schumm on Women of Washington to discuss why women shouldn’t let labels define their success as individuals