There’s a lot of evidence from the private sector that more engaged employees tend to drive better business results. But unsurprisingly, it appears to be true in federal agency settings as well.
Brian Park, managing partner at SparkLabs Cyber+Blockchain, discusses how his accelerator’s initiatives in new and expanding technologies are pushing innovation while still creating profit.
With the news and some background on NASA’s Operation IceBridge, Linette Boisvert, the deputy project scientist, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
George Mason University in Virginia officially launched the Center for Government Contracting to focus on policy, business and regulatory issues that impact the federal procurement process.
Bob Gourley and Matt Devost, co-founders of tech research and advisory firm OODA, discuss the rise of machine learning and A.I., and how their national security background and the D.C. region give them a distinct insight into the new technologies.
The more accessible and standardized the data, the faster and better research can take place. That’s in part the idea behind a National Institutes of Health information technology initiative known as STRIDES.
Reza Houston, assistant professor of finance at Ball State University, has done research he said proves the answer is “yes.”
Sharon Roth, senior research analyst in the policy and evaluations office at the Merit Systems Protection Board, shares the latest research on managing employees.
Host Bob Leins, CPA® welcomes Patti Hudson, Life Coach and Health Educator. Patti will discuss coping with stress and answer the question, “Can it be helpful?”
Without data, the Department of Transportation was having a hard time doing research and planning on autonomous and automated vehicles. But then Ariel Gold arrived.