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Selling to government is, well, different from selling other markets. But, many of the myths about government selling are simply not true. In the Myths of Selling to Government podcast, we reveal the secrets about selling to the government that only top performers know. Myths of Selling to Government is designed for busy sales professionals of all levels who seek success selling to local, state, and federal government. Episodes are released every other week and are no more than eleven minute ...
 
Federal News Network Defense Reporter Jared Serbu speaks one-on-one and in depth with the people responsible for managing the inner workings of the federal government's largest department, and those who know it best.
 
People spend far too much time looking just at the federal government. The same is true with podcasts. Instead, the discussions hosted on Across the States focus on state issues and state solutions within state capitols, by state legislators and with state policy experts. The American Legislative Exchange Council is the country's largest voluntary membership organization of state legislators in the United States. It acts as a forum to exchange ideas and develop state-based solutions.
 
Right on Point podcast is a candid discussion of your legal rights, civil liberty ramifications, legalities of possible mandates of COVID vaccines and actions by our federal government and state governments.Plus exploring the untouchable topics within the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, the PREP Act, and the CounterMeasures Injury Compensation Program.We will mix in some discussions from other podcast hosts and interviews with authors talking about their books.
 
Local and state governments, though often overshadowed by federal government, have tremendous impact on our quality of life. This podcast provides a valuable service by educating people on how to improve their own quality of life through civic engagement. Various organizations encourage residents to register and vote, but it does not appear that anyone is showing voters how to make good decisions when they do. It feels akin to hiring someone for a job without reviewing the job description. L ...
 
GovCast, a production of GovernmentCIO Media & Research, tells the personal stories of the government and industry leaders transforming the public sector, and the bits and pieces typically not covered by federal IT publications. Put on by GovernmentCIO Media & Research, we share untold stories about how these influencers got to where they are, their passions in and outside of technology and the roadblocks they’ve conquered.
 
America’s Leading Security Coach to Small Business, the FBI, Homeland Security, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, The Whitehouse, all major DoD contractors, including Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed, BAE, and more. Dozens of US State, County, and City governments. School Districts, Hospitals, Doctors, and Clinics. All major financial institutions in the United States, including The Federal Reserve, Fidelity, Bank of America, Visa, M/C, etc. Providing Network Security since 1991.
 
Podcasts, voices and sounds from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany. The IASS conducts research with the goal of identifying, advancing, and guiding transformation processes towards sustainable societies. Its research practice is transdisciplinary, transformative, and co-creative. The institute cooperates with partners in academia, political institutions, administrations, civil society, and the business community to understand sustainability challenges and ...
 
House Cats is a podcast about the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, and on each episode we examine a different one of the 435 districts around the country. The House is supposed to be our most direct way in to the federal government--but do we have the voice we're supposed to have? We turn the microphone on everyday citizens of each district to hear their answers. There's plenty of fun to be had here in the House, and like the well-trained cats we are, we won't stray, even to the north win ...
 
The challenges faced by first responders in the medical, rescue, police, and military have never been greater. Each day that you report for duty, your personal well-being is placed on the line as you step up to fulfill your duty and help people. It is unfortunate that the contributions of first responders are very rarely recognized for the priceless gift that they really are. In addition to the physical dangers faced on the job by first responders, there is a hidden danger that may impact th ...
 
Devvy's show covers her 27 years experience investigating government corruption, how federal programs actually work vs the pablum sold to the American people. As someone on the front lines and in the trenches full time for almost two decades, Devvy's show is unique. As both a journalist and former live talk radio host she not only explains the problems plaguing this nation, she knows the answers.
 
Child Support program is DESTROYING FAMILIES and especially fathers. We teach you the strategies and techniques to free yourself of judicial misconduct from the State and Federal. You can start right now. Child support involves the payment of money from fathers to the government in the event your child becomes a dependent of state. This is the central assumption. You have to leave the program or else you will be destroyed emotionally and financially. As a Result Your family will benefit in t ...
 
Welcome to The Buzz with ACT-IAC – your source for the hot topics and top issues affecting the federal technology market. Join us each week to hear insights from government and industry leaders, stay informed on the topics facing government, gain access to thought leadership and valuable reports. Subscribe to follow us on your favorite podcast platform.
 
I am here to bring you a hot mix that I hope you like and will support. I do what I do for the love of music and I am now adding Smooth Jazz mixes to my love for music....so Thank you and Blessings!!!!! "My Soul Runs Deep In My House" MUSIC DISCLAIMER: This Music is made for entertainment purposes only and you can download these song on any authorized website such as, Traxsource, iTunes, Amazon.com, etc. No copyright infringement is intended in the making of this mix. In fact, I purchased th ...
 
Key Wealth Matters, hosted by the Family Office experts of Key Family Wealth, is a podcast series focused on addressing various pressing wealth issues and opportunities with advice tailored to today’s events and headlines. Join host Gary Poth and our highly experienced advisors at Key Family Wealth as they deliver unbiased, proactive, and honest advice about estate planning, investments, legacy planning, family issues, and other complex wealth management topics. Send your questions, comments ...
 
The Nancy Byerly Show (formerly Federal Contracting Made Easy) helps small businesses in optimizing their business. Specifically in the areas of gov't contracting, strategic planning, business plans, financial management, and general business advice. Nancy used to work for the government. In fact, she worked for the gov't for over 33 years and over 20 years of that with the SBA.
 
For the past 10 years, I’ve built one of Canada’s leading polling and public opinion research firms: Abacus Data. And in that time, my team and I interviewed hundreds of thousands of Canadians and hosted focus groups across the country. This podcast will feature conversations with smart, curious, and interesting people who love politics, public policy, and figuring out what makes people think and act the way they do. If you work in polling or market research, public affairs, public relations ...
 
In this podiobook: "The Best Laid Plans" is a satirical novel of Canadian politics written by Terry Fallis. It recounts the unlikely and amusing alliance between a 30-something burnt out, jaded political staffer, and an older, cantankerous, engineering professor. Driven by a federal election and the life of the resulting minority conservative government, the novel moves between the small town of Cumberland, Ontario on the shores of the Ottawa River, and the nation's capital. While the charac ...
 
You know the official story about the world that we’re supposed to believe? You know ... that governments are always good and necessary, that politicians only do what they do because they love us so very much, that the police only exist to serve and protect you, and that every war the government has ever fought has been perfectly just and righteous? ADAM VS THE MAN brings you the reality THEY don't want you to know, hosted by libertarian activist Adam Kokesh. From Wikipedia: Adam Charles Kok ...
 
The Deception (ABC) After Show Podcast breaks down episodes of ABC's Deception.Show Summary: Superstar Las Vegas magician Cameron Black's career may have been ruined by scandal, but he's found another place to put his skills of deception, influence and illusion to use: the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As a consulting illusionist, Cameron uses every trick at his disposal — inventing new ones as necessary — to help the government catch the world's most elusive criminals and solve crimes th ...
 
Market Chat! is an ongoing series that provides an open and collaborative interaction between government and industry to ensure that listeners will walk away empowered with greater knowledge on how to better market to their targeted federal and state and local audiences.
 
Williams Mullen GovCon Perspectives is a podcast dedicated to providing government contractors with key information on topics that impact the industry. Every episode is less than 15 minutes in length and provides listeners with information they need to know without taking up a significant portion of their day. Note: This podcast contains general, condensed summaries of actual legal matters, statutes and opinions for information purposes. It is not meant to be and should not be construed as l ...
 
Veterans Corner Radio focuses on what those who have served in the military, and their families need to know to maximize the services and benefits due to them. No matter if you are currently serving or got out 50 years ago, this program will give you answers to questions you didn’t even know you should be asking. Among those who have been and will be sharing their knowledge are those from the Department of Defense (DOD), Veterans Health Administration, Veterans Benefits Administration, Natio ...
 
The Articles of Confederation: On November 15th, 1777 The Articles of Confederation became the first constitution of the United States, though not yet ratified by the thirteen original colonies. Ratification of the Articles took place almost three and a half years later on March 1st, 1781. The purpose of the articles was to create a confederation of sovereign states with a weak central government; thus allowing state governments to wield most of the power. It wasn’t long before the need for ...
 
My name is Ian and I am fascinated with constitutional law. This podcast examines constitutional issues surrounding the governmental “lockdown” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This podcast will also feature discussions about COVID-19 legal issues in the workplace. It is easy for people to say laws are unconstitutional but it is hard to understand why. I hope you learn more about our countries history and constitution so you can better understand the issues we face today.The information ...
 
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On VLGA Connect, Chris Eddy is in conversation with Mark Coulton, the Federal Minister for Local Government, checking in on how the sector across the country has dealt with the challenges of COVID; the need to grow skills and capabilities to meet the unprecedented demand for workers in regional areas; and the opportunity to reform the Federal Assis…
 
The Government Publishing Office wants to make every government document accessible online. Every government document. Let that sink in for a moment. For how they'll chase everything down, and why, the Federal Drive turned to the GPO director, Hugh Halpern.저자 Tom Temin
 
One of the most annoying and delay-inducing procedures in airport passenger screening is shoe removal. Now, researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and are in the midst of commercializing a way to scan shoes still on their owners' feet. For more, a PNNL chief engineer Mark Jones.…
 
Few images of Americana are more widely recognized than the giant presidential sculptures of Mount Rushmore. But there's much more to running a big national park than keeping viewing wall in good repair. So we're pleased to welcome the new superintendent of Mount Rushmore National Park, Michelle Wheatley.…
 
The prevention of veteran suicides has been a ongoing and high priority for the Veterans Affairs Department. Efforts go far beyond hotlines and other operational measures, and extend into research. Both research and operational support have a locus at VA's Rocky Mountain Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center in Aurora, Colorado. For…
 
The Veterans Benefits Administration had its disability claims backlog under control. And then the pandemic hit. It now stands at nearly 192,000 pending claims. And VA says it'll likely get worse before it gets better. The department is relying on contractors to speed up work and bring the backlog down to pre-pandemic levels by the end of next year…
 
The White House launched both a cyber sprint and a marathon with its much-anticipated executive order. It lays out dozens of deadlines for agencies to shore up their networks and data. These range from creating a plan in 60 days to move to a zero trust architecture to encrypting data at rest and data in transit in the next six months.Federal News N…
 
Welcome to our first SPECIAL EPISODE where we cover breaking news as it happens. Today we catch up with Joe Uchill, senior reporter at SC Media, to discuss the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack making headlines this week and why we continue to see escalating attacks in frequency, ransom demands and high value targets such as critical infrastructu…
 
China’s rise and determination to become the preeminent global economic and military power is one of the most complex foreign policy issues facing the United States today. On this episode of Across the States, Matthew Fisher sits down with Dr. Weifeng Zhong, Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, and Karla Jones, …
 
On the Governance Update this week, after a false start that our editor kindly left in, we dissect the Kingston probity review report, and share some news on recent senior appointment in the sector. Link to Kingston Council release: https://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Media/Proactive-planning-review-findings-made-public…
 
If you’re curious about exactly where DoD is spending its money on other transaction agreements (OTAs), you won’t find satisfying answers in any public spending databases. When the military services award OTAs through third party consortiums, as they often do, the actual records of which contractors are receiving the awards are stored on spreadshee…
 
It seemed like a long shot. But an IT contractor successfully protested an award made by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, even though the protester had higher prices. But the NGA failed to follow its own plan for how it would evaluate bids. The Federal Drive got the details from Smith Pachter McWhorter attorney Joe Petrillo.…
 
The U.S. planned withdrawal from Afghanistan comes with huge logistical and contracting challenges. Getting the troops on planes or ships, that's the easy part. With details of what the government and its contractors actually face in fulfilling the Biden administration new policy, the Federal Drive turned to Bloomberg Government reporter Roxana Tir…
 
Every year, the Pentagon develops a Global Force Management Plan to determine how it’ll deploy assets around the world. But DoD’s regional combatant commanders are allowed to ask for more – and they often do. A bipartisan group of House members is concerned, those additional requests for forces have become so routine, they’re hurting military readi…
 
The Navy wants to embrace digital engineering to help speed up its acquisition process and cut its long-term sustainment costs. To do that, it needs “digital threads” that span all the way from a new system’s initial design through its eventual retirement. And to jumpstart the process, officials are considering ways to use the digital engineering p…
 
The IRS needs more than just money and personnel to shrink a what agency officials say is a growing gap between what taxpayers owe, and what the agency collects. That’s what current and former IRS officials told members of the Senate Finance Committee this week. The agency also needs more data from banks and other financial institutions, and more t…
 
Jason Briefel is a partner (non-attorney) at Shaw Bransford & Roth, where he serves as Director of the government affairs practice. As SBR’s Director of Government and Public Affairs he provides legislative and organizational representation to clients of the firm’s government affairs practice, including serving as Director of Policy & Outreach of t…
 
Talk about walking into a tough situation. Before the shattered windows were swept up in the January attack on the Capitol, the sergeants at arms of both the House and Senate, and the chief of the Capitol Police were all gone. Solving the long-term security issues for the Capitol falls to a new crew. For one view of what's ahead, Federal Drive with…
 
We take them for granted now - robotic vehicles operating in emergency or disaster situations. Reliance on robots didn't just happen. Among other things, it took the establishment of accurate and repeatable testing methodologies, to know for sure if a robot could traverse a rocky slope or a smoky building. For his work at developing advanced roboti…
 
Building a house takes two things: Money and a solid plan. The same is true for IT modernization. Now, thanks for a ballooning technology modernization fund, agencies will have the money they've said they need. Their plans, though, need a little work. That's according to the director of the information technology and cybersecurity team at the Gover…
 
Congress and employees at the Department of Veterans Affairs said they've heard the talk from new VA leaders about their plans for new diversity and inclusion initiatives at the department. Now they're calling on VA to walk the walk. And they're concerned the new initiatives won't trickle down to local VA facilities and midlevel managers. Some may …
 
The Army Research Laboratory, part of the Combat Capabilities Development Command, is close to disseminating a new technology that will stanch bleeding in difficult-to-treat body areas. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked about the new invention with one of the ARL’s chemistry division chiefs Robert Mantz on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.…
 
The newest edition of Rich States, Poor States tells the story of the free-market ideals that build prosperous states after COVID-19 and beyond, and outlines the policy priorities that helped states stay ahead in 2020. Join report coauthor and ALEC Chief Economist Jonathan Williams and Senior Director of the ALEC Center for State Fiscal Reform Lee …
 
On VLGA Connect, Chris Eddy is in conversation with Angus Clelland, CEO of Mental Health Victoria, about the unprecedented investment from federal and state governments in mental health services; and the importance of ensuring local councils are participants in the solution.저자 Victorian Local Governance Association
 
This week, we present an interview from our archives. At Imagine Nation ELC 2019, Teresa Carlson, ACT-IAC's conference industry chair, sat down with technology pioneer Vint Cerf to discuss his reflections on the past, present, and future of the internet. Vint Cerf is currently the Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google. He is a reci…
 
This energy week, Kevin, Zeb and Karina invite Leigh Ewbank (Climate Justice Campaigner, Friends of the Earth) on the show to discuss the government's climate inaction as reflected by last night's federal budget announcement. This includes a $51bn dollar move toward supporting the fossil fuel industry, and money set aside for natural disaster prepa…
 
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' mission touches many facets of our lives. As Chief Data Officer Beth Puchek puts it, USCIS really is a data agency. With a background in mechanical and architectural engineering, Puchek discusses her fundamental approach to the agency's data strategy and how she is working to grow the concept of citizen de…
 
The longer it takes the Biden administration to get its final fiscal year 2022 appropriation request out, the worse it'll be for federal contracting. By one account, the final numbers might not gel until February. My next guest says that would have a serious and negative impact on federal procurement, you know, buying stuff from contractors. For mo…
 
The Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General is in the midst of a region-by-region look at how well its facilities perform their mission. It's something the IG does every three years. This time around, no surprise, the Covid pandemic is a big part of the look-see. In fact, inspectors themselves had to switch to online visits. For what they foun…
 
When the pandemic hit the United States, the Veterans Affairs Department famously switched to mostly virtual visits for primary health care. No surprise there, VA was already deep into a plan to be ready for such a disaster. But telehealth did have some issues, mainly having to do with VA Video Connect, the VA's system for doing video visits. Here …
 
With more business travel returning for people in the defense department, the cumbersome Defense Travel System is cranking up more. Now, though, it looks as if the Pentagon is going to replace the whole system, and officials have already begun contract talks. With this and other late DOD matters, Federal News Network's Scott Maucione and Jared Serb…
 
The General Services Administration is celebrating the success of a five-year-old pilot, to use data to get better prices for federal buyers. While initial data demonstrates the value of Transactional Data Reporting, industry experts say there are a host of issues that GSA still must resolve. In his weekly feature, the Reporter's Notebook, executiv…
 
Part 2 of our two-part series with Mariam Baksh, Cybersecurity Policy Reporter at NextGov. As a reporter on the front lines of security policy as it happens Mariam shares perspective on how cyber picked her, rhetorical catchphrases shaping global perception and cyber responses, gaining clarity on if or where cyber policy and partisan lines are draw…
 
May 11 is Census Day in Canada. For pollsters, the census is an irreplaceable tool used every day in our work. We use it to make sure our survey samples are representative of the population. We use it to help model data, and it helps us tell the story of changing demographics and behaviours in Canada. Last week, I lucked out and was invited to comp…
 
More money to expand the IRS, and raises for TSA officers. Both are on the agenda as Congress returns to Washington this week. They're both part of the so-called infrastructure bill the Biden administration has put forth. For how this might play out, the Federal Drive turned to WTOP Capitol Hill Correspondent Mitchell Miller.…
 
Ransomware, hackers hijacking systems and demanding big money to release them, has become more than a threat for state and local governments and school districts. So far the federal government has been lucky. Now a coalition of companies and non profits called the Institute for Security and Technology has come up with a long list of recommendations…
 
Airline safety has increased nearly 100 percent in the last couple of decades. But the challenge isn't over. There's still a big gap in average safety among nations. Bacterial and viral disease increasingly fly first class around the world. And new modes of navigation make the whole system more vulnerable to cyber attacks. That's the gist of new re…
 
To help solve the threats climate change poses to the oceans and cybersecurity threats to communications systems, the National Science Foundation is taking a unique approach. Through its convergence accelerator, NSF both funding research and bringing together a broad group of experts, all with a goal of commercializing the innovations. For more, Fe…
 
"Two Pups and a Little White Duck" Join Kathryn Arndt in the VLGA Newsroom for discussion on current local government topics including a visionary plan for the Yarra River's northbank; new CEOs taking office and a count back coming up this week; the legacy of a VLGA champion; and an opportunity to learn about what makes a well designed public libra…
 
If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!) What does “Color of Money” mean? Kevin and Paul describe why the color of money matters and what goes on behind the scenes in a government acquisition as a result of the appropriation type. Learn the different types of appropriations and h…
 
On the east side of Tampa Bay several communities have banded together to help ensure veterans have access to both the James A Haley VA Hospital (up to an hour drive) and the new area clinic in River View (a 20 min. drive) Learn from Past President Charlie Brown, Pres of the Valencia Lakes Veterans club and Don DeCort, DAV chapter 110 Van Transport…
 
The Socialist Awakening: What's Different Now About the Left By Judis, John B. Not long ago, the word “socialism” was something of a taboo. Following the failed Soviet experiment in hardcore socialism, most Americans of a certain age still shudder at the prospect. Libertarians schooled in Friedrich Hayek’s writings have learned to instinctively res…
 
Rob Seidner of the Office of Management and Budget's Federal Human Capital Team explains what stinks about civil service rules and why... and what you can do to ensure you make the most of it. Rob's worked at the Office of Personnel Management, and currently works as OMB's Senior Career Staffer on federal human capital policy.…
 
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