In case you missed it, be sure to listen to the Friday, December 14th episode of FEDtalk for a fascinating look into the federal whistleblowing process. The founders of Whistleblower Aid, John Tye and Mark Zaid, joined host Debra Roth for an informative discussion.
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With open season just around the corner, tune in to FEDtalk tomorrow to hear about some of your options as a federal employee when making benefits decisions and planning for your future.
With open season just around the corner, tune into the October 19th FEDtalk to hear about some of your options as a federal employee when making benefits decisions and planning for your future.
Tune in to the May 18th FedTalk to hear about the latest initiatives from the United States Digital Service (USDS) and dCode, including a new digital initiative at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
On the May 18th FedTalk, host Ben Carnes was joined by Megan Vorland, Director of Programs at dCode, and Nicholas Holtz from the Digital Service’s Veterans Affairs team.
Tune in this week to learn why long term care insurance is a crucial part of your retirement planning.
The Federal Managers Association (FMA) will host its 78th annual National Convention & Management Training Seminar from March 13 – 16 of this year.
With the Trump Administration releasing the Presidents Management Agenda this week, we’ve assembled a panel of experts to discuss key components of the agenda this Friday.
Presidents’ Day is the perfect opportunity for a trip through time to celebrate some of our nation’s formative leaders. This week on FEDtalk, historians will come together to discuss how our early presidents shaped the role of the executive and how that role continues to change over time.
Fake news has everyone from professors to journalists to national foundations taking up arms to combat this phenomenon of presenting false and often sensationalist information as fact online.
Tune in to FedTalk this week for a discussion on federal conference and travel restrictions, including what listeners can do to make their opinions heard.
Host Jason Briefel of Shaw Bransford & Roth, P.C. will be joined in-studio by Ryan Davison, Advocacy Manager at the American Chemistry Society (ACS), Jimmy Thomas, Legislative Policy Director at the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), and Mary Kate Cunningham, Senior Manager of Public Policy at ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership to discuss how the restrictions affect government, the industry, and stakeholders.
On the August 3rd episode of FedTalk on Federal News Radio, join host Tony Vergnetti and Michael Livingston from the Livingston Financial Group to hear about important financial planning strategies for all federal employees to consider.
Take control of your long term care benefits this Open Season. Learn about their “virtual benefits fair,” why it’s never too early to sign up for long term care, and what packages Long Term Care Partners provides.
In the wake of the partial government shutdown, financial planning has been on the minds of federal employees everywhere. Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday at 11 am EST for a discussion on financial planning pre- and post-retirement.
Tune in this week week to hear from the National Parks Service (NPS) about all the activities going on around the country for National Park Week April 21-29, including Junior Ranger Day and Park Prescription Day.
Tune in this week to learn how the performance appraisal process is used to evaluate individual job performance connected to overall agency performance, and if it's actually working.
Tune in to the June 1st FedTalk as host Debra Roth speaks to three organizations leading the effort to improve the federal government’s operations by improving the data on which it relies.
On June 1st, FedTalk hosted three organizations leading the effort to improve the federal government’s operations by improving the data on which it relies.
Tune in next week to hear from the National Parks Service (NPS) about all the activities going on around the country for National Park Week April 21-29, including Junior Ranger Day and Park Prescription Day.
Whistleblowers and Inspectors General are a popular lot on Capitol Hill, since they identify issues large and small at agencies. As like any human being, sometimes the two make mistakes – and those mistakes can have huge implications for employees, agencies, and government policy.