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Best Government Executive Media Group podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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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.
 
A monthly podcast featuring real-world lessons, best practices, and action-oriented insights for the “You’re It” moments when you are called to lead. Each concise episode features insights from frontline leaders and the faculty of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI), a joint program of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. About the Host Eric J. McNulty is the Associate Director ...
 
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The work of government relies on data. As much as the work is done, it is backed by the first year of the Federal Data strategy, which began in January. Federal employees and managers need to work with data daily and keep it safe. As we move deeper into the first year of the Federal Data strategy, feds will have to navigate the annual action plan. …
 
The novel coronavirus pandemic has mobilized all levels of government and federal agencies are at the forefront of the response. While the focus has often been on the leadership, career federal employees has been at the forefront of the efforts. Often overlooked, the unsung heroes of the pandemic continue to serve the american people in this once-i…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of abatement in the United States, the hope for a vaccine grows each day. But, when a safe vaccine is approved, the next challenge will be getting doses to everyone who needs it. Dr. Julie Swann is the department head and A. Doug Allison Distinguished Professor of the Fitts Department of Industrial and Syst…
 
In previous pandemics like Ebola and SARS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was the main American federal agency leading the response to the crisis. However, during this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, the agency has been somewhat sidelined. Courtney Bublé writes the Coronavirus Roundup at GovExec.com and she joined the program to discuss t…
 
The pandemic continues to affect Americans, as the economic indicators showed a broad downturn recently. As job losses mount, the effects are being felt throughout the United States. Women and men are experiencing the effects of the pandemic differently, as studies have shown women have to take on more at home and, sometimes, at the virtual office.…
 
Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced recently that federal law enforcement officers would withdraw from Portland, with some conditions. GovExec Senior Correspondent Eric Katz is covering the story of federal law enforcement at protests and he joined the show to discuss the present – and future – of these actions. Eric Katz joins the podcast to disc…
 
The 2020 election cycle was expected to dominate this year, but it has been moved aside as the coronavirus pandemic has dominated the news, but we are less than 100 days from Nov. 3, with many questions remaining about the security of the election. The pandemic itself has upended many elections plans, while questions about foreign interference and …
 
As the coronavirus continues to claim hundreds of American lives each day, many are clamoring for a vaccine. Enter Operation Warp Speed, the public–private partnership spearheaded by the Trump administration go get a vaccine approved and onto market by January. Members of Congress recently called for regular oversight of $10 billion project and hig…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about overcoming inner barriers. If you “get in our own way” or self-sabotage, it’s not always on you. For centuries, women have been put into positions that force us to play it small and fail to get in touch with our true desires. When it comes to money, having our own income or a life of financial independence was o…
 
Cybersecurity is paramount for the U.S. government, as breaches are almost constant on U.S. systems. The need for more cybersecurity infrastructure and software has never been greater. The Pentagon is trying to do something about it, by working within a DevSecOps initiative that utilizes continuous engineering. Nextgov's Mariam Baksh covers cyberse…
 
With the COVID-19 cases spiking and online shopping following, the argument for ending physical money has come up again in the public conversation. But, a cashless existence is not our reality yet. Bill Maurer is dean of University of California, Irvine's School of Social Sciences, a professor of anthropology and director of the campus’s Institute …
 
The local, state and federal levels of government produce a lot of data, but it isn’t always accessible to analyze or digest in an easy way. During the current COVID-19 crisis, being able to synthesize the data on the pandemic is key to keeping people safe from it. USAfacts pulls data from state, local and federal governments to make data more pres…
 
While politics usually gets the headlines, the pandemic has strained the millions of federal employees who have had to continue government operations. Government human capital remains a hurdle in the fight for a more efficient government that serves its citizens more fully. Jason Briefel is a Partner at the law firm of Shaw, Bransford & Roth, P.C. …
 
“Black Lives Matter” is a phrase that has resonated throughout the protests that have gone on for the past three months. As the issue of racial equality moves to the forefront of the national conversation, there are federal employees who would like to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter issue, but want to make sure they stay on the right si…
 
The Presidential Rank Awards are given out each year to career Senior Executive Service members and Senior Career Employees. Not this year, however. OPM announced that the awards will be canceled, due to, among other things, the economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Erich Wagner and Tom Shoop joined the program to discuss the awards be…
 
In March, thousands of government employees and contractors were told to stop coming to their workplaces and start working from their homes. The telework edict from OMB changed a lot about the way government services are done, including the all-important customer service. Frank Konkel is the Executive Editor of GovExec sibling site Nextgov. He’s go…
 
On January 20, 2020, the first U.S. COVID-19 case was identified in Snohomish County, Washington. Since then, the novel coronavirus has affected the entirety of the American government, with much of the government workforce working remotely during the crisis. Massive programs were enacting, including the $2T-plus CARES Act. The Coronavirus Task For…
 
The idea of a “Deep State” or a “Swamp” within the federal bureaucracy is not one that started with President Donald Trump's entrance into politics, but he has brought it to the forefront of the conversation like no one before him. His characterization of government employees, while not specific, could have a lasting impact on the way citizens view…
 
The worldwide coronavirus pandemic has spread around the United States for months, with little signs of abating. The public health crisis has been marred by ineffective messaging, resource shortages and a fractured response by the federal government. Dr. Barry Eichengreen is a Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of Califo…
 
Since early 2019, the Trump administration has been trying to fold the Office of Personnel Management into the General Services Administration. But, according to an investigation by the Project on Government Oversight, the head of the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, told senior administration lawyers that it would be illegal to carry …
 
Though it does not dominate the national conversation, police reform has not left the minds of activists and protestors. In cities and states across the United States, many are working to reorient the way law enforcement is done. Route Fifty’s Emma Coleman has a story on police reform and the ways communities are replacing police with social worker…
 
The coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the United States, with communities all over the country struggling to contain the COVID-19 crisis. But, as our guests today note in a post recently published on GovExec.com, pandemics are not a new phenomenon to the Native American communities in the U.S. Lindsey Schneider is Assistant Professor of Nati…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about earning money. If you’re going to build wealth and attain financial independence, you have to earn that coin. Many of you have seen your income dry up in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, and many more of you are probably reconsidering what’s most important right now. Fortunately, this is also a time of rein…
 
While the coronavirus pandemic is not abating in many parts of the United States, much of the country is moving back toward something near normal. For many people, that means seeing coworkers in person for the first time since March and for others, it means some very uncomfortable conversations. Asha Tarry is an author, an award-winning community m…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has seen upticks in recent weeks, with the case number shooting past 2.5 million cases in June. As more states vacillate between opening up and moving forward in the CDC reopening phases, governments need to make decisions on how to test for and, perhaps, track the disease. Martin O’Malley was governor of the state of Maryl…
 
President Donald Trump on Friday signed an executive order to overhaul requirements federal agencies use when evaluating potential hires. The order emphasizes, according to the White House, skills over academic qualifications. The move is one the White House has touted as part of its commitment to modernizing the government workforce and its commit…
 
The current moment is one of upheaval and it is an unprecedented time in history. Government and organizational leaders need to be a force for change and leadership during this unprecedented moment. Nina Kern is a Manager in Grant Thornton Public Sector’s organizational transformation practice and co-leads GT’s OCM Community of Practice. She wrote …
 
Black people have been mistreated by the United States government since the establishment of the country and the country’s history is littered with elected officials who upheld these policies. With demonstrators protesting for more racial justice in the United States, activists have also called for a more thorough examination of statutes and buildi…
 
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to claim lives, uproot American society and ravage the economy, the trillions of dollars of government programs put in place to ameliorate the damage have continued. With all that money flowing, oversight provisions were put in place. Courtney Bublé covers the pandemic oversight and she joined us now to discuss over…
 
Amid a renewed emphasis on civil rights, activists have called on the United States military to rename the bases named after Confederate soldiers. Some Pentagon officials , including Mark Esper, said they would be "open to a bipartisan discussion" about renaming the bases. Brad Peniston, the deputy editor of Defense One, joined the program to talk …
 
The coronavirus pandemic and social unrest over decades of police violence have overshadowed the 2020 election cycle. But, there is a national election happening in four and a half months, all while security threats hang over our election systems. Mark Testoni is the CEO of SAP National Security Services and he joined the show to discuss election s…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has affected much of the government operations, including the Department of Homeland Security. Parts of the department have shut down and the lack of international travel has affected fees that some parts of the department collect. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will see furloughs soon and other parts of DHS …
 
Nationwide protests against police violence against Black Americans have erupted over the last few weeks, with demonstrators calling for massive changes in the way policing is done in the United States. One possible change is one that’s been attempted before: a database or registry or clearinghouse of police misconduct. Route Fifty’s Kate Queram sp…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about how to deal with dementia in our families and in our lives. Dementia is an unfortunate topic that touches many of our lives. When a parent starts to show symptoms of memory loss or erratic behavior, you need to have plans in place, to be able to have difficult conversations, and to be able to take action without…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has forced government change the way it does business, but much work is left to be done. Professional services network Deloitte has put together a report examining 10 orthodoxies related to workforce, service delivery and pace that are being challenged by the pandemic. Bill Eggers is the executive director of Deloitte’s Center f…
 
States are moving into different phases of reopening and federal government offices across the nation need to coordinate with local health authorities on bringing feds back to offices. But, these three months of working remotely certainly will change the ways agencies do business. Katherine McIntire Peters was one of the moderators at the recent Ne…
 
As oversight continues to be an issue with the federal government, GAO released a report this week on the ways to go forward to strengthen inspectors general and their independence. The report comes in the wake of concerns from independent watchdog groups about agency IGs serving dual roles in their agencies. Nextgov’s Frank Konkel and GovExec’s Co…
 
The world is in the midst of a highly volatile situation with a Corona outbreak. Each day brings a new twist in the story as a leader. What does it take to communicate effectively right now? Gilman speaks with us about the four Fs principles to communicate in a crisis like this.By Regina Jungbluth
 
Sports venues are a truly complex environment in which to lead. You have a league and owners with a business to run. They want things to be safe but not through an obtrusive security presence that might seem unwelcoming to fans. Fans want to see a game and expect to roam freely about the stadium. Players are high-profile individuals; there are alwa…
 
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