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Stay informed on the latest dental topics, innovations, procedures and insights with Viva Learning's podcast, DentalTalk™. Listen and learn from expert dental clinicians and key opinion leaders. DentalTalk™ covers a broad range of dental topics and specialties. Listen to episodes that apply to your practice or branch out and discover new interests.
 
"A GENUINE CAUCASION EUROPEAN BARRON- KING!" Million Monroe-De-Clifford-Plantagenet: is the actual Great-Grandson of 7 Kings and Queens AND Pastor William Brewster of the Mayflower! He is "100% pure" european-royal-blood; which means he is extremely talented in everything you can imagine. As a 30 year entertainment executive, father, daddy and coach. Millions high-level business skills and award-winning sense of humor; makes listening to him enjoyable, easy and fun. He is a Hollywood sociali ...
 
If life is a tree, mental health is the bridge between the roots and the branches—bridging where we’ve been & what we’ve been through with where we’re headed & what we affect. The Bridge to Branches Podcast features interviews with folks who are doing impactful things out in the world despite, or sometimes, because of, their mental health journeys. We hope to combat stigma so that we all can live in a world where we discuss our mental health without judgment or shame. • Song: “Little Beckon” ...
 
Created in 2012 by a group of Real-Life Superheroes (RLSH) called "The Initiative" (www.initiativecollective.com), hosts "Rock N Roll" and "NightBug" of the California Initiative and "Impact" of the Xtreme Justice League (St. Petersburg branch) bring on guest speakers and other RLSH to discuss timely info, safety tips, survival skills, and geeky fun.
 
Extol Magazine host various podcasts -- from our own, to our clients -- so our subscribers will have a nice variety to choose from. Extol Magazine is a Southern Indiana/Louisville Kentucky publication that celebrates our lifestyles, local profiles, businesses, people, places, and culture. Extol also celebrates health, fitness and sports from the area.
 
The Founder is a show that features entrepreneurs and their early stories of ingenuity, struggle and perseverance to get their companies off the ground. Kallaway goes in-depth with founders in straight talk, uncensored conversations to understand their thoughts, feelings and actions behind the big decisions that influenced the direction of their startup. This show is meant to share tactical advice to aspiring founders as well as give consumers a peek behind the curtain of their favorite bran ...
 
The Humanity Tribe Podcast is for individuals interested in making a difference and getting involved in their sphere of influence. The podcast is a passion project hosted by Benoni Pantoja. He will interview individuals and organizations that are making a positive contribution to humanity. This will be a great way to be informed of the amazing happenings around the world and how you too can get involved. Let's Live - Learn - Love!
 
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The Coast Guard wants to bring in 4,000 new members this year. But Commandant Admiral Karl Schultz says he seriously doubts the branch can top 2,500. To help, the Coast Guard is creating an officer recruiting corps to bring in candidates fresh out of college. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione spoke with the Executive Officer of Coast Guard Recr…
 
Each day the incoming Biden administration names more appointees. They'll soon be dealing with the career workforce. That workforce has ongoing challenges of its own, skills development, talent retention. As does the chief human capital officer function itself. For perspective I spoke with the CHCO of the General Services Administration, Traci DiMa…
 
The IRS is asking Congress for another $4 billion to implement the Taxpayer First Act and to overhaul the agency's public-facing services. This comes as the National Taxpayer Advocate details how the agency is struggling with the budget it's already got. IRS personnel answered only 24% of taxpayer calls during fiscal 2020, and callers waited on-hol…
 
Thanks so much to Dave Asprey, world-famous biohacker and founder of Bulletproof, for returning to the podcast. He’s been called the father of biohacking and I think he deserves the title! Dave has spent about $2 billion taking control of his own biology and finding new and innovative ways to reach the peak of health. Today we flip that reality on …
 
Alice and Leslie talk about the age of the samurai. From combat swimming to beheading to rice and whale meat, this episode takes you back to a time when warriors were the ruling class in Japan. PBS.org – Japan, Memories of a Secret Empire Ranker.com - Bizarre Samurai Traditions No One Knows About historyhit.com - Six Weapons of the Japanese Samurai…
 
So many people have been teleworking for so long, many leaders of industry and government are starting to presume this is, pardon the cliché, the new normal. They're rethinking how much office space they'll need permanently. My next guest cautions, not so fast. There are good reasons to retain office space with people in it. He's the president of P…
 
The pandemic has altered life for employees of state and local governments, no less than it has for their federal counterparts. Recent research by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence points up several trends for the year ahead. For the highlights, the Federal Drive spoke to the Center's senior research associate, Gerald Young.…
 
The Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy, known as ARPA-E, has just awarded some $47 million to seven companies doing innovative work in, energy. The money comes under a program ARPA-E calls Scale Up, to help promising new technologies get off the ground. Joining the Federal Drive with more, ARPA-E Director Lane Genatowski…
 
It’s been a long time coming, but this week, the Defense Department started migrating its IT users to a multibillion dollar commercial cloud computing contract. No, we’re not talking about JEDI. This cloud is called Defense Enterprise Office Solutions, the software-as-a-service platform that’ll eventually deliver email and collaboration services to…
 
Another year, another milestone for the Merit Systems Protection Board. Not necessarily the good kind. It marked its fourth straight year without a quorum. And the backlog of pending petitions for review sits at more than three-thousand. Federal employment attorneys are optimistic the incoming administration will nominate new members to staff the b…
 
Last month a Congressionally-mandated study commission confirmed what many sensed. That military aviation training accidents are on the rise. In a five year period, more than six thousand accidents killed 198 service members. Joining the Federal Drive with analysis, Project on Government Oversight national security reporter Jason Paladino.…
 
Federal agencies, and there are several of them, affected by the Solar Winds cybersecurity fiasco are under a new deadline. Days-ago policy from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency gives them to the end of the month to complete forensic analysis and harden their systems. My next guest questions whether this will be possible. He's t…
 
The Trump administration is inching along with its efforts to modernize the decades-old security clearance system. The Office of Personnel Management recently published what it's calling a federal personnel vetting core doctrine. The doctrine explains the administration's philosophy behind planned efforts to modernize the credentialing, suitability…
 
If confirmed, former Army General Lloyd Austin will be the second recently-retired uniformed official in five years to hold the top position in the Pentagon. That concerns some lawmakers and military-watchers, alike, who worry this could erode civilian authority in the Defense Department. Yet when it comes to granting a waiver for Austin’s confirma…
 
I’m here with Dr. Alan Christianson, who is most recently the author of The Thyroid Reset Diet, which we talk about today. Dr. Christianson is a naturopathic endocrinologist who specializes in Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism, and Graves’ disease. He is also the doctor who had a tremendous role in my own path to remission. He’s convinced that much of th…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Bill Gallea, an emergency medicine physician who sought work-life balance early in his career. Living life to the fullest, he enriched his life with sled dog racing and fishing. Even after having 44 years of practicing medicine, Dr. Gallea is still going strong and only in semi-retirement. *** If you enjoyed the p…
 
The IRS is rolling out a second wave of pandemic stimulus payments to millions of households and building on the lessons learned from the first wave. That includes greater access to the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File to reduce the risk of improper payments. But the IRS is also counting down to the start of this year’s tax filing…
 
Any federal IT practitioner who can fog a mirror is thinking about cybersecurity these days, or should be. In reviewing 15 large software development programs underway in the Defense Department, congressional auditors found that cyber concerns have the potential to stretch out projects or boost costs. Here with highlights, director of the informati…
 
NASA recently awarded 17 small companies more than $14 million to keep developing promising new technologies. They're already shown promising results in the first round of funding. With the latest on NASA's and Small Business Technology Transfer and Small Business Innovation Research programs, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the acting progr…
 
The office of DoD’s chief management officer officially ceased to exist on Jan. 1. And the Pentagon isn’t wasting any time deciding how to replace the CMO’s functions. A pair of memos the deputy defense secretary signed this week make several changes to DoD’s organizational chart. One of the biggest takeaways: The already-powerful DoD comptroller’s…
 
Federal spending never stops rising, and that's certainly true of contracts spending. The pandemic has accelerated contract spending in several categories. For some of the trends that will continue into 2021 and the Biden administration, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the director of government contracts at Bloomberg Government Dan Snyder.…
 
NASA looks down from space. Farmers grow things upward from the earth. Now NASA and the Agriculture Department have inked an agreement to deepen cooperative efforts in research on agricultural production, conservation and food security. Here with details, NASA's acting associate administrator for international and interagency relations, Mike Gold.…
 
Among the many questions following last week's mass break-in at the Capitol building are … what went wrong with the capitol hill police and whether the incident has national security implications. For what he's planning to look at, the Federal Drive spoke with the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Mississippi Representative Bennie …
 
The Pentagon wants to let contractors in on a little secret. Possible lots of secrets. It's part of a plan to give contractors knowledge they might need to help tailor products more closely to defense requirements. Joining the Federal Drive with details of the gambit, Federal News Network's Scott Maucione.…
 
Let's start with the good news, the number of protests filed with the Government Accountability Office over contracts is down for the second year in a row.Now the bad news, that two-year trend may be coming to an end. In his weekly Reporter's Notebook, executive editor Jason Miller explains why new data from GAO could embolden more vendors to prote…
 
Dylan Beynon is the Founder & CEO of Mindbloom. Dylan is a third time founder with previous stints at Voter's Friend (acquired by Democracy.com) and Mighty. Mindbloom is a telemedicine company for clinician-prescribed psychedelic therapy. Their mission is to expand human potential and transform lives today to transform the world tomorrow. Mindbloom…
 
Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Today we have a special guest, Stanley Bergman, the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Henry Schein. Many of us are quite familiar with Henry Schein and rely on its broad array of products, equipment, services and expertise to help us run our practices on a day to day basis. Stan will discuss…
 
If you're expecting a period of moonlight and roses now that the Donald Trump team will be leaving Washington, think again. If anything the aftermath of the Great Capitol Break-in means more rancor than other. So how will the actual legislative work happen? Joining the Federal Drive with a look ahead, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren D…
 
For nearly a century, the FAA has maintained air traffic control for things that fly close to earth. Now NASA is getting a handle on safe operations in space, where the population of satellites is growing fast. Joining the Federal Drive with more on its new best practices handbook, technical program manager Joshua Krage.…
 
Girl Scout cookies have it. So do many crackers and breads. Lipstick, shampoo and soap use it. It's even in peanut butter. But much of the world's palm oil comes from foreign producers that used forced labor. That's why the Homeland Security Department recently banned palm oil and palm oil products from certain companies. For how they discover forc…
 
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission approved some big changes to official time for union representatives. Commissioners voted, along party lines, to cancel official time for union representatives to work on EEO complains including discrimination. Supporters of the rule change say it'll bring more efficiency to agency operations. Critics say…
 
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has created a new program under which it will select 16 companies for hundred thousand dollar innovation grants. Recipient companies could go on to work with the government on a larger scale. For more on the new accelerator program, Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione spoke with NGA’s chief for Strategi…
 
This episode goes deep on something called cardiometabolic risk, understanding lipoproteins and metabolic disorders. I’m here with Dr. William Cromwell, who is the chief of the Lipoprotein and Metabolic Disorders Institute in Raleigh, North Carolina, and who is one of the foremost experts in the world on these topics. I think this is a really impor…
 
Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. This is Dr. Phil Klein. Today we'll be discussing how to update your dental team on the most current guidance and best practices from OSHA and the CDC for safely practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic period. We will also highlight ways to practice efficiently and profitably while still maintaining a high deg…
 
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