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America's Heroes Group, Inc (AHG) is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that produces a weekly live Facebook radio broadcast on AM1690WVON Chicago and simulcast internationally on the I Heart Radio app.Our Host: Game Changer, The man, The voice and the Iconic Legend, Vietnam Veteran Cliff Kelley, Co-Host Col. Dr. Damon Arnold and Executive Producer, Glenda Smith.America's Heroes Group roundtable radio, print, digital media talk show the game changer that empowers change agents. America's He ...
 
The Radio Disclosure Radio Show is focused on a wide area of subjects that range from UFO's Ghosts, The Paranormal, Hauntings, government coverups, medicine, business, industry and fraud. From the latest reported government cover up, alien abductions, medical problems, social problems, and the latest in the world of phenomenon. Radio Disclosure uncovers the facts and asks the questions that conventional mainstream media refuses to disclose. Radio Disclosure is hosted by Ted Randall and Matt ...
 
WM features life inspiring stories that educate and empower women and moms everywhere to pursue their purpose and passion in spite of everyday challenges. Mission: Help women receiving government assistance in under-served markets across North America achieve economic stability and independence. Vision: Create a comprehensive network that conducts interactive life events that help and support women and moms on government assistance transition to working and wealthy women through strategic pa ...
 
Prospect HD - Economies in Motion. The Prospect Group is a leading global firm specializing in media, research, and consulting. We meet, and discuss the most relevant economic issues with, hundreds of the world’s leading business executives, political elites, and other influential personalities from a cross-section of industries and countries. Watch profiles of various sectors from around the world.
 
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A presidential administration still in its first year can mean shifting contracting priorities and policies. Additionally, the past 18 months of a worldwide pandemic have shifted public sector IT priorities for firms and agencies alike. Todd Gustafson is President of HP Federal, and An Nguyen is President of NCS Technologies. They joined the podcas…
 
As the Delta variant of COVID-19 has changed the federal government’s calculus in combating the pandemic, the White House is putting into place new vaccine mandate requirements for federal employees and contractors. President Joe Biden announced the new rules last week. Courtney Bublé writes the Coronavirus Roundup on Govexec.com. She joined the po…
 
The bipartisan 9/11 commission recommended dozens of changes to information sharing and intelligence gathering. The war in Afghanistan initially focused the post-Sept. 11 military, while the Authorization for Use of Military Force kick-started the Global War on Terror. In these and other ways, the American response to the Sept. 11 attacks ushered i…
 
Is Joe Biden's COVID executive order constitutional? We discussed that with law maker Tim Rudd, from Tennessee. We also discuss why people want to be vaccinated as well as not vaccinated, in addition we discuss how accurate the current COVID tests are.By Radio Disclosure
 
Congress passed the Authorization for Use of Military Force as a joint resolution a week after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The AUMF authorized the use of the military against terrorist organizations and every president since George W. Bush has interpreted that authority to extend operations beyond al Qaeda and the Taliban. The Global War on Ter…
 
Twenty years ago this week, terrorists struck the United States in the largest attack of its kind on American soil. The Sept. 11 attacks were a shock to the world and a turning point for the nation. In the subsequent decades, the federal government reoriented its intelligence gathering infrastructure, waged the Global War on Terror and shifted its …
 
In 2020, two parts of Raytheon technologies merged. When Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services and Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems came together, it brought tens of thousands of employees under one umbrella, all during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Roy Azevedo is president of Raytheon Intelligence & Space, where he leads …
 
The COVID-19 crisis has forced so many of us to remote work, including the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center. The center’s mission might be different than the one at your workplace, but the center's workforce proved the mission can be accomplished anywhere during the pandemic. The crisis has led the center leadership to rethink the …
 
PIMP (Paranormal Investigators of Middle Pennsylvania) Jason & Jason talk about ghosts scratching them on the back, and their investigations of West Virginia Penitentiary, William Penn High School and much more!By Radio Disclosure
 
The General Services Administration recently awarded a first-of-its-kind contract to WeWork and several other co-working firms. The contract comes as the pandemic has changed the way federal workplace culture is evolving during the COVID-10 crisis. Courtney Bublé writes the Coronavirus Roundup on GovExec.com. She joined the podcast to discuss the c…
 
President Joe Biden recently met with some of the top CEOs from the tech sector. Participants such as Apple's Tim Cook and Amazons Andy Jassy along with representatives from IBM, Bank of America and more were urged by the president to do more to improve cybersecurity. But this will most certainly be a group effort, according to Alex Major and Matt …
 
On Friday of last week in a letter to Congressional leadership, President Joe Biden formalized a plan to provide civilian federal employees with an average 2.7% pay raise next year. The number is lower than some Democrats had urged earlier this summer. Erich Wagner covers the workforce for us here at GovExec. He joined the show to discuss the pay r…
 
African-American history is colorful. It goes beyond the history of slavery, the civil rights movement or a few well-known historical figures. Its business owners, owners and everyday people that helped build this country. Many of them are from towns just like yours and many Americans currently live in communities that were once majority African-Am…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has made many of us reevaluate our relationship with work, from our physical locations to our use of technology. Much of the workforce is also reevaluating relationships with our coworkers, managers and employers as the evolution of work continues during the coronavirus pandemic. Jeffrey Bradfield leads the Human Capital Consult…
 
In 2017, Congress passed the landmark VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act as a way to make it easier to fire Veterans Affairs employees while fairly treating them. The rule, however, has seen mixed results and two court cases recently knocked down the VA’s interpretation of the law. Conor D. Dirks is an attorney at the firm of Shaw B…
 
In recent years, the Pentagon has confirmed the authenticity of videos depicting military pilots seeing unidentified flying objects. In fact, last year, the Office of Naval Intelligence ​​launched the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force to standardize data collection on the issue. But the Pentagon’s role in this is not that new. In 2007, the u…
 
A Taliban spokesman this week reiterated that the August 31 deadline to withdraw Americans will not be moved, putting urgency on the U.S. government’s attempts at evacuating Americans and Afghan nationals in danger. In the last few weeks, the federal government has ramped up its civilian response as the deadline nears. Eric Katz is a senior corresp…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about grief, post-traumatic growth, and how to create a future you can get excited about in the face of loss. Joining me for this conversation is Krista St-Germain. She’s a Master Certified Life Coach, grief expert, mother, and a widow, as well as the host of the Widowed Mom Podcast. After her husband was killed by a …
 
As part of its vaccine-or-testing mandate for on-site federal employees, the Biden administration is instructing agencies to establish their own COVID-19 testing programs, either at their offices, in partnership with other federal entities or through contracted services. Stephanie Rapp-Tully is a partner and federal employment attorney with Tully R…
 
Congress is in the midst of negotiations about government funding, as the legislative branch holds the power of the purse. But, the executive branch has some budgeting tools at its disposal, including one that is supposed to produce more efficient management of public funds. The Office of Management and Budget holds this tool, called apportionment,…
 
Internships are a good way for young people to get experience in their preferred line of work, a way to buttress a resume and a way for organizations to create a pipeline for young employees. Federal agencies have strict regulations on internship programs and how they can put interns onto a path of full employment, but the Office of Personnel Manag…
 
America's Heroes Group Roundtable with Partner Chicago Regional Office Veteran Benefits Administration Panelists: John Pennington - Retired US Army Officer and Chicago Regional Office Assistant Veterans Service Center Manager. Melissa Jolly - Retired US Air Force Veteran and Chicago Regional Office Training Coach and Outreach Coordinator…
 
When President Joe Biden announced a vaccine-or-testing mandate last month for federal employees and on-site contractors, details were not available as to how the administration of the attestation or testing would happen. Now, the Justice Department is filling in the details as to how it will be able to executive the policies. Courtney Bublé is a r…
 
The novel coronavirus pandemic has moved most public employees to remote work situations. But the pandemic has not stopped the need for workforce development and government has had to adjust to a new world of online training and learning. Agencies have had to pivot to virtual workforce development over the past two years. As part of Government Exec…
 
With news of a vaccine-or-testing mandate for federal employees who work on-site, public servants are thinking more about coming back to offices. As summer comes to an end, federal managers are needing to navigate new “return-to-office” policies, a new hybrid work reality and a workforce that expects a different experience from work. Kristen Vaugha…
 
Early in 2020, EPA put out a directive that prohibits some scientists from discussing their work amongst themselves, but outside groups want the policy rescinded, saying that it prevents government scientists from properly protecting the public from hazardous materials. Others say the policy is difficult to justify. In an administration that pledge…
 
President Joe Biden has made diversity, equity and inclusion cornerstones of his administration. Identifying the ways headway can be made into DEI issues will be paramount to these efforts, including using the best available information. As part of Government Executive and Nextgov’s Future of Work event recently, GovExec reporter and frequent GovEx…
 
President Joe Biden’s fiscal 2022 budget blueprint would bring on thousands of employees to the Internal Revenue Service, which the administration claims could help ameliorate years of staff losses over the past decade. That plan presents an opportunity for the IRS, but it is also a challenge, as the agency must redefine the skills and expertise re…
 
Using emotion in a leadership role can be effective, but gendered stereotypes about certain emotional reactions can be received in different ways depending on the gender of the leader. According to a new study, women are perceived as more effective leaders than men when they express calm, happy emotions. Dr. Thomas Sy is an Industrial Organizationa…
 
America's Heroes Group Roundtable with Partner Community Outreach University of Chicago Office of Civic Engagement Panelists: Sharon Grant - Executive Director Community Programs Accelerator, University of Chicago Office of Civic Engagement Jamila Trimuel - Founder, Ladies of Virtue is a participating Organization in the Community Programs Accelera…
 
America's Heroes Group Roundtable We are Globally Connected Military Families Matters with Partner Family Caregiver Keisha L. Jackson Panelists: Keisha L. Jackson - US Air Force Veteran and Family Caregiver Rev. Dr. Paul McCullough - Retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel, Business Leader, Licensed Minister, and Senior Field Manager for American Bible …
 
America's Heroes Group Roundtable Historically Speaking Panelists: Danny K. Davis - The Honorable Illinois Congressman of the 7th Congressional District and America's Heroes Group Advisory Board Member Cliff Kelley- Vietnam Veteran, Co-Founder, and Host of America's Heroes Group. Chauncey E. Spencer II - Son of the late Tuskegee Airmen Chauncey E S…
 
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