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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 ...
 
The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
Government Matters is the only television newscast focused on the business of government. Host Mimi Geerges recaps the top federal headlines and conducts thought-provoking interviews on tech, security, defense, workforce and industry issues. Since its launch in August of 2013, GM has hosted some of the top minds in the federal community -- from the White House, Congress, Fortune 500 companies, journalism, and the non-profit sector.
 
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.
 
The Business of Government Radio Hour, hosted by Michael J. Keegan, features a conversation with a federal executive who is changing the way government does business. The executives discuss their careers and the management challenges facing their organizations. Guests include administrators, chief financial officers, chief information officers, chief operating officers, commissioners, controllers, directors, and undersecretaries.
 
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 ...
 
Pandenomics explores the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and what the coming months may hold for Canadians. Host and Scotiabank Perspectives editor Stephen Meurice speaks with Scotiabank economists about the federal government’s response to the pandemic, the job market, real estate, small business, and much more. This podcast will delve into the real-life impact on Canadians as they struggle to keep their families healthy while dealing with all kinds of financial challenges. We will ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
After the real estate market crashed in 2007 Mr. Coffie launched a successful consulting company helping small business owners earn millions in revenues via federal small business programs. In 2012 he launched Evankoff Construction, a steel erection company building airplane hangars and metal buildings for government agencies around the country. In 2017 Mr. Coffie launched Scorecontracts @ YouTube a channel to help other small businesses achieve their revenue goals using the power of federal ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
GRAND OPPORTUNITY USA®: The New Voice for AmericaWhat is the purpose of government in America? Is it transferring more power, wealth and control from you to our elected leaders and economic elites? Or, is it KEEPING POWER WITH WE THE PEOPLE and securing Unity, Liberty and Opportunity for All?At Grand Opportunity USA, or “GOUSA”, we believe the purpose of government is the SECOND, KEEPING POWER WITH WE THE PEOPLE. Our team represents a diverse group of people who are deeply concerned about th ...
 
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. It announced that the thirteen American colonies, who were at war with Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War, no longer considered themselves part of the British Empire. They now called themselves a new nation, The United States of America. This famous document went on to become a well-known keystone of the human rights movement. However, the newly formed state had no real identity or philosophy and were merely a loose col ...
 
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That vaccine mandate for federal employees and contractors working onsite at federal facilities has got feathers flying. Practical ones, legal ones, constitutional ones. No less then feds, contractor people are wondering how this will all take place. For some of what's on industry's mind from a legal standpoint, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned …
 
Implications of vaccine mandate for federal contractorsRobert Shea, National Managing Principal for Public Policy at Grant Thornton, and Eric Crusius, Partner at Holland & Knight, discuss information that has and hasn’t yet been provided about the Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees and contractorsProviding humanitarian aid to Afghanista…
 
Monday on Political Rewind: Former President Donald Trump’s rally in Perry over the weekend drew big names on the 2022 ballot for Republicans. The event also stirred up controversy: Trump continued his attacks on Gov. Brian Kemp, exasperating the schism between loyalists to the former president and the main figures behind the state Republican Party…
 
Dr. Jason Watts of Watts Dental Offices returns to Veterans Corner Radio to discuss the Free Dental Day they will be having in November. Each year he opens one of his offices to Veterans for a variety of dental work at no cost to the Veteran. He also discusses the fact that now his offices are approved by the VA for out-patient dental care through …
 
If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!) Kevin talks insurance with Rick Roman from Gulf Coast Underwriters. Listen and learn some of the unique insurance requirements for government contractors, how they may increase the cost of contract performance, and how planning ahead for i…
 
The latest on homeland security prioritiesMichael Chertoff, co-founder and executive chairman of The Chertoff Group, former DHS secretary, touches on each of the major threats facing the Department of Homeland Security and provides recommendations for the current secretaryAddressing health disparities at new HHS climate officeRachel Levine, assista…
 
Friday on Political Rewind: A federal appeals court took up the question of Georgia's controversial abortion statute, HB 481. The law, which would effectively outlaw abortion, has yet to go into effect because of a lower court's ruling. Our panel discussed the potential consequences of restrictive abortion law.Georgia's law is one of a number of le…
 
Wednesday evening, a ribbon-cutting ceremony formerly opened the Alexandria, Virginia headquarters of the Senate Federal Credit Union. The building is named for the legendary Senate staff member Bertie Bowman. He came to Washington in 1944, a runaway at the age of 13. At 90, he's still working as staff assistant to the Senate Foreign Relations Comm…
 
Maybe we can't quite do the math, but somehow everyone realizes that runaway government deficits will somehow hurt the American dream. That's one reason, according to my next guest, that the IRS should get more money for enforcement tools and people. William Gale is an economist, tax expert and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.…
 
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration together with the Census Bureau recently launched a challenge. They're looking for developers to find creative ways to use NOAA's data. The goal is to create applications state and local governments can use to make better decisions about climate change. Joining the Federal Drive with more, the chi…
 
When it comes to implementing modern software development techniques, one of the Defense Department’s biggest problems has been its own budgeting system. Turns out, agile development doesn’t fit neatly into the procurement, R&D and operations buckets the military uses to buy weapons. But Congress looks like it’s ready to expand DoD’s use of so-call…
 
After a rash of high profile cyber attacks earlier this year, the Biden administration launched a full court press to reform federal cybersecurity. Congress is also considering new cyber requirements for private companies. During a hearing yesterday, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee got the chance to press senior admi…
 
The impact of the pandemic on the future of the U.S.Thomas Wright, senior fellow and director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution, discusses his view that Covid-19 came at one of the worst possible moments and describes a proposal to prepare for future crisesAddressing issues of trust at the CDC during the pan…
 
Leah Wilson, Executive Director of Stand for Health Freedom stops by to discuss her organization plus her role as a presenter at the Global Health Freedom Summit in Alexandria Minnesota Sept 25th and a few other events later this year. Support the show (https://www.gofundme.com/f/vaccine-court-podcast)…
 
Though President Joe Biden reversed many policies of his predecessor Donald Trump, there's one the administration has held on to, much to the chagrin of Congress. The Project on Government Oversight, or POGO, says the White House has continued to use the spending tool called apportionment to get around having to tell Congress where it's allocating …
 
After 35 years of federal service, a career Army officer and human capital executive has decided to ply his trade in the private sector. Blair Duncan has done strategic workforce development at both the Commerce and Health and Human Services departments. Now he's joined the Golden Key Group as executive vice president for federal innovation and tra…
 
The government doesn't do too much spending and planning. It doesn't do enough. That at least is the contention of my next guest. He's a vice president at Booz Allen, and co-author of a book on how organizations can better plan for successful futures. Tim Andrews joined the Federal Drive to discuss.Tom Temin
 
President Biden's three nominees for the Merit Systems Protection Board may have the best shot in years at restoring a quorum. The board hasn't had a quorum in nearly five years. And it hasn't had any members at all since 2019. The nominees faced their first test in the Senate confirmation process. And they face a tough task ahead if they are confi…
 
The Space Force is billing itself as a new kind of military service. This week it come out with its first human capital strategy, and it’s looking very different than traditional military doctrine. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione joined the Federal Drive to explain more.Tom Temin
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Atlanta Race Massacre occurred 115 years ago this week. On Sept. 22, 1906, a white mob began a four-day rampage through Black communities in Atlanta. Twenty-five Black residents were murdered, hundreds more were terrorized, and buildings and businesses were destroyed. The mob's anger was stoked by segregationist po…
 
In this episode of inFocus, pollster David Coletto shares his perspective on the 2021 Canadian election results asking - what was it about? Tune in for this 20-minute briefing on what Abacus Data's polling over the campaign can tell us about the outcome and what it means going forward.David Coletto
 
Modernizing Army aviation with Future Vertical Lift programMajor General Walter T. Rugen, director of the Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Team for the U.S. Army, and Brigadier General Robert Barrie, program executive officer of aviation in the U.S. Army, discuss the transformation of Army aviation through the Future Vertical Lift programThe i…
 
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Despite enormous speculation Stacey Abrams intends to run for Georgia governor in 2022, she has so far kept quiet on her political plans. During a sold-out event this week in San Antonio, Abrams kicked off a national tour. During the event she again avoided any mention of the governor's race. Her tour will take her to…
 
Being part of the massive General Services Administration can be a good way to help win government contracts, but it's not the only way. The GSA contract can be expensive, time-consuming and could have an impact on the way you sell to commercial customers. Alternatives for accelerating government sales and servicing your government sales pipeline a…
 
The electromagnetic spectrum that our phones, radios and TVs rely on is a scare commodity and figuring out how to allocate it in the most sensible way has been a challenge for the past century. The way the Federal Communications Commission does it now, particularly when it comes to cell phones, is based on a complex auction process. The idea is to …
 
Labor relations at the Department of Veterans Affairs soured a bit during the Trump administration. And they haven't gotten any better with Joe Biden in the White House. That's according to the VA council of the American Federation of Government Employees. AFGE has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the department. Union attorney Ibidun …
 
The pandemic created big challenges for the nation’s immigration courts, which are used to doing business in person. But according to the Government Accountability Office, DOJ’s Executive Office for Immigration Review, the agency that runs the courts, could have done a better job adapting to virtual. Inconsistent policies and a lack of stakeholder …
 
Our guest for this week’s episode, Mr. Eli LaSalle, is a GovCon Edu student that is into the commercial real estate investing. Eli shared his knowledge about a lot of new and interesting concepts of real estate investing that will peak your interest. This episode may not be directly related to Government contracting but for the vast majority of fol…
 
The latest on ransomware attacks for federal agenciesRon Marks, president of ZPN Cyber and National Security Strategies, discusses new Treasury Department sanctions for preventing cyber criminals from profiting from ransomware attacksThe intersection of climate change and security risksErin Sikorsky, director of The Center for Climate and Security,…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Our panel discussed a tragic mark: The state reported 191 COVID-19 deaths, the single biggest one-day death toll since the delta variant of the coronavirus arrived in the state. Meanwhile hospitals across Georgia are continuing to struggle with the dramatic increase in COVID-19 patients filling their facilities.Also, th…
 
A memo from the Defense Department late last week seemed to point to continuing contractor work in Afghanistan, of all places. But it instructs contractors to something strange when it comes to putting information into the Federal Procurement Data System. For details and what it all might mean, the president and CEO of the Professional Services Cou…
 
The Biden administration has launched a new version of a program that's helped agencies solve pressing technology problems. U.S. Digital Corps will bring in two-year fellows to be assigned throughout the government. For details, the Federal Drive turned to the director of the Technology Transformation Service at the General Services Administration,…
 
Remember those EF Hutton commercials where the person says my broker is EF Hutton and EF Hutton says, cue dramatic pause and everyone in the room quiets down to listen, well when it comes to cloud, GSA and USDA could be the EF Hutton for federal agencies.Both are launching new initiatives to tackle what you could call the third phase of cloud compu…
 
The Air Force says, time is up for modernizing for the next phase of warfare. This week the service’s leaders sounded the alarm, that the Air Force needs to change the way it operates and structures itself to meet threats. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione joined the Federal Drive with what he's hearing at the Air Force Association conference.…
 
The Postal Service is moving ahead with its next-generation delivery vehicle contract, now that a major hurdle is out of the way. An electric vehicle company on USPS’s shortlist has pulled its bid protest over the $3 billion contract. That deal is now going to Oshkosh Defense. With this and more on the latest postal happenings, Federal News Network…
 
The famous Defense Innovation Unit has a new little sibling. The National Security Innovation Capital focuses on investing in innovative hardware that can benefit the military. After nine months, the office has invested $15 million dollars. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione spoke with the director of the NISC, Tex Schenkkan.…
 
Anytime the topic of artificial intelligence comes up, two things dominate the discussion: It's the technology of the future and China is ahead of the U.S. Whatever the reality, the White House earlier this year launched a National Intelligence Research Resource Task Force. It's run out of the Office of Science and Technology Policy and the Nationa…
 
Two weeks to the end of the fiscal year, and so it's crunch time for Congress. Besides fighting over a $3.5 trillion extra spending bill and a $2.9 trillion tax hike, there's the matter of the regular old appropriations to keep the government running. For the outlook, Bloomberg Government deputy news director Loren Duggan.…
 
What are the IT priorities of the U.S Department of Commerce? How is Commerce and its bureaus leveraging emerging technologies? What is Commerce doing to modernize and secure its IT infrastructure? Join host Michael J. Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Andre Mendes, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce.…
 
Contractors might be forgiven if they feel like second-class citizens, if and when everyone returns to the federal office. That's thanks for procedures required by a White House executive order. With what to expect, we turned to attorney Amy Conway, a partner at the Stinson law firm.Tom Temin
 
Monday on Political Rewind: Georgia remains near the bottom of states with fully vaccinated residents. Some local officials are offering incentive programs, such as gift certificates, to encourage people to get COVID-19 shots. Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis joined our panel and discussed the latest efforts of his city.Pfizer reported a low-dose vaccine…
 
If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!) Kevin and Paul discuss the importance of planning ahead, specifically when building a past performance library. Listen and learn how to be prepared to use your past performance to give the government confidence that your company is best su…
 
In this episode of inFocus, pollster David Coletto from Abacus Data shares the latest results from his final survey of the 2021 Canadian election including a look at the underlying numbers that help explain the apparent stalemate and too close to call outcome. For more information about the survey visit: https://abacusdata.ca/election-2021-final-po…
 
The latest on NASA’s moon landing mission for 2026Col. Pam Melroy (USAF, ret.), deputy administrator of NASA, and Karla Smith Jackson, senior procurement executive, deputy chief acquisition officer and assistant administrator for procurement at NASA, discuss planning for NASA’s sustainable moon landing mission and eventual Mars landingRecruiting ea…
 
Are You Using Encrypted Email Yet? Here's How! Security emails aren't something that most people think much about. Yet, they're becoming more and more important as the bad guys are monitoring us more closely to steal our information, and then there are advertisers. So, do you want them to see your stuff? [Automated transcript] Email is something th…
 
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Republican state Sen. Butch Miller said he intends to introduce a bill patterned after Texas’ contentious new abortion law during the upcoming session of the Georgia legislature. The Texas measure empowers private citizens to sue and collect financial damages from anyone facilitating an abortion.This comes just a week…
 
Friday on Political Rewind: The Love Songs of W.E.B. DuBois is a big-hearted epic leading us through the generational history of an African American family with deep roots in Georgia. Author Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, a National Book Award-nominated poet, tells the story through rich characters and their family ties; from Creek Indian ancestors, thro…
 
Not many task orders are worth nearly a billion dollars. But the Defense Department's Central Command just issued a big one to Peraton. Centcom wants help with a variety of information and intelligence challenges. For more on the contract, Tom Temin talked Peraton's Technical Lead Program Manager, Shawn Chenoweth.…
 
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