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The Sculpture,Garden presents a superb and versatile outdoor setting for the appreciation of art, offering a lively experience of sculpture for both the casual passerby and devoted art lovers. Gracefully integrated into the existing landscape, the Sculpture,Garden extends the Museum’s vast galleries to the outdoors while strengthening the Museum’s connections to the city and Fairmount Park. Its pathways and vistas, green space, and water feature create a variety of spaces for art while maint ...
 
The Kevin Gill Show is YOUR PMA Power Hour! Each episode contains interviews and insight from people who are POSITIVE, people who are MENTAL, and people who have ATTITUDE. Positive, interesting, and successful personalities from across the diverse music and pro wrestling industries. Hosted by “KG” Kevin Gill an improv comedian, television personality, voice actor, and music/wrestling/video game industry veteran!
 
As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enriching programs, both in person and online. at www.philamuseum.org.
 
Government Matters is the only television newscast focused on the business of government. Host Francis Rose 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.
 
As a former national team member and collegiate athlete, I understand the physical and emotional pain inherent in sports. If you are an athlete, or coach of an athlete, and hope the next win will make you feel "enough," "successful," or "satisfied" then this podcast IS FOR YOU. I am a mental strength coach for competitive and professional athletes. If you want help applying tools I teach, simply go to: ProMindsetAcademy.com.
 
No such thing as small talk with Steve Lacy. You may know Steve as co-anchor of the FOX 5 5 and 10pm newscasts here in New York but Steve now has a day job. Fascinated with all New York has to offer, Steve is on a mission to talk with the most interesting people who cross his path. From celebrities to dog walkers each has a great story to tell and Steve is always up for a good Binge-Talk.
 
Layla Overman and Tara Thueson host the live-workshop style podcast for female entrepreneurs who are trying to do it all. They're pulling back the curtain and showing you how to dig in, do the work, still get dinner on the table, and to accomplish more when you feel like you're barely holding it together.
 
Have you ever tried to pursue a creative life, but have sacrificed self-care and wellness in the process? Or, perhaps you’re trying to pursue wellness, but are frustrated by rigid definitions and standards of health that seem to stifle creativity? Long-distance, sock-obsessed cousins Anna Barnard and Maria Ramsey have come to the conclusion that we don’t need to choose between our art and our wellbeing. In fact, they’ve got lots of thoughts to share about the intersection between the two. Tu ...
 
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Updates for federal employees considering retirementTammy Flanagan, Senior Benefits Director at the National Institute of Transition Planning, discusses how the coronavirus is influencing how people are thinking about retirement and what to consider when offered alternatives to the standard federal benefits packageImplementing Enterprise Risk Manag…
 
Real Talk 3.1: We’re back! This episode is sponsored by: Cardiff Snowcraft @cardiffsnow www.cardiffsnow.com Coupon Code: “THESNOWBOARDPROJECT15” {15% off at their website) Never Summer Snowboards @neversummer www.neversummer.com Lago Snowboards @lagosnowboards www.lagosnowboards.com Check them out! Subscribe to us on YouTube for video content (incl…
 
Risks of mission-critical IT acquisitionsCarol Harris, Director of Information Technology Acquisition Management Issues at GAO, goes over GAO’s work identifying risks in major IT acquisitions and its connection to the FITARA scorecardExtended telework and the acquisition workforceGreg Giddens, Partner at Potomac Ridge Consulting, talks about the ef…
 
OPM proposes rule to appoint some STEM employees to 10-year termsMichael Rigas, Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management, talks about a rule for appointing STEM employees to 10-year terms, paid parental leave, anti-racism training and the new mandatory payroll tax deferral Federal employees and payroll tax defermentRep. Don Beyer from …
 
The mission of the Space and Missile Defense CommandLTG Daniel Karbler (USA), Commanding General of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, discusses the mission of his command and the impact of the formal stand-up of U.S. Space Command on operationsProperty record data and the DoD auditKristen Kociolek, Director at the Government Accounta…
 
COVID-19 and extreme weather making it difficult to get accurate Census countChris Mihm, Managing Director of Strategic Issues at GAO, discusses how the pandemic, weather-related events and design changes are raising the Census Bureau’s riskFRTIB expects proposed FY21 budget increase to have slight impact on participant feesKim Weaver, Director of …
 
Cassie Rice is the owner of Gymcats Gymnastics in Henderson, NV. She has learned, through personal experience, how she wants to show up as a professional coach and inspire those she serves and teaches to enjoy gymnastics while working towards their own personal goals. Cassie shares tips for coaches and parents that can deepen relationships and crea…
 
Updates on the presidential transition processDavid Marchick, Director of the Center for Presidential Transition at the Partnership for Public Service, discusses what the Biden and Trump transition organizations and government agencies are doing to prepare for the next administrationAFWERX and innovation in the Air ForceEric Lofgren, Research Fello…
 
The NDAA and cyber reform in governmentMaine Sen. Angus King (I) discusses top recommendations from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission for the compromised version of the National Defense Authorization ActContinuous Diagnostics and Mitigation dashboard deploymentKevin Cox, CDM Program Manager at the Department of Homeland Security, and James Saunder…
 
Updates on milDrive and cloud storageCarissa Landymore, Cloud Storage Program Manager at DISA, discusses the one-stop shop for storage that the Defense Information Systems Agency is creating to expand its storage offeringsMaking the software acquisition process more agileJennifer Pahlka, Founder of Code for America, explains the significance of pil…
 
Microsoft wins re-evaluation of the JEDI contractEric Crusius, Partner at Holland & Knight, delves into the Defense Department’s decision to award the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract to MicrosoftRecruiting new cyber warriors in the ArmyLTG Benjamin Freakley (USA ret.), former Commanding General of the Army’s Accessions Command, tal…
 
NAPA report says Office of Space Commerce should regulate traffic in spaceSean O’Keefe, Former Administrator of NASA, explains why the Office of Space Commerce should have the authority to regulate space traffic to respond to the accelerating number of satellites in spaceNew assessment of the Chinese militaryRoger Zakheim, Director of the Ronald Re…
 
Modernization efforts at Army Futures CommandGEN John “Mike” Murray (USA), Commanding General of Army Futures Command, discusses how the Army Futures Command is improving acquisitions using soldier-centered design and software-based processesThe COVID-19 Insights Partnership at the Energy DepartmentCheryl Ingstad, Director of the Artificial Intelli…
 
Lisa Spini was my coach during the competitive years. Lisa guided from from a young competitive gymnast to a collegiate athlete at Stanford University. I have so much respect and appreciation for Lisa and the role she played as a mentor in my life. Her influence reaches far in the gymnastics world. She has been USAG AZ Coach of the Year, Judge of t…
 
NIST releases guidance on Zero-Trust ArchitectureScott Rose, Computer Scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, describes the new Zero-Trust Architecture guidelines and gives advice for agencies on implementationNew ASTRO solicitation the first to use Section 876 authorityAlan Thomas, Former Commissioner of the Federal Acquis…
 
Assessing the need for the Pentagon buildingJames Hasik, Senior Fellow at the George Mason University Center for Government Contracting, details the advantages and disadvantages of remote work at the Department of Defense and the potential risks of continuing to use the PentagonExpanding telework options in the Air ForceDeborah Lee James, Former Se…
 
Utilizing e-marketplaces in governmentRobert Burton, Partner & Expert Witness at Crowell & Moring, discusses e-marketplaces and Congress’ request for GSA to put together a centralized marketplace for federal agenciesVeterans leaving government positions at higher rate than non-veteransYvonne Jones, Director of Strategic Issues at GAO, discusses a n…
 
Top challenges the Department of Homeland Security is up againstTom Warrick, Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, discusses top areas where DHS should focus its mission right now and ways to address challenges facing the departmentNext steps in schedules consolidationRoger Waldron, President of the Coalition for Government Procuremen…
 
This week on our new series - FOREWORD - where we approach respected people from the sport and ask them to talk about their favorite episode. In books, a foreword covers a general overview, their opinion about the book and why someone should consider reading it. This is the audio version - and our guest is Jeff Pensiero, founder of the Baldface Lod…
 
GSA enters phase 3 of MAS modificationEmily Murphy, Administrator of the General Services Administration, gives an overview of GSA’s progress on its Multiple Awards Schedules consolidationThe Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract at HHSEric Hargan, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, and Emily Murphy, Administrat…
 
Outdated legacy IT systems at DHSKristen Bernard, Deputy Assistant Inspector General at the Department of Homeland Security OIG, discusses IT reform efforts at DHS and progress the department still needs to make on upgrading outdated systemsMental health care challenges at DoDCarolyn Hantz, Assistant Inspector General for Evaluations Programs, Comb…
 
Pentagon to review Navy force structureBryan Clark, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, provides updates on the Navy force structure assessment from the Office of the Secretary of DefenseAnalyzing the fiscal year 2021 defense budgetSeamus Daniels, Program Manager and Research Associate for Defense Budget Analysis at the Center for Strategic and …
 
Takeaways from the TSP participant surveyKim Weaver, Director of External Affairs at the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, talks about the Thrift Savings Plan participant satisfaction survey and website updateGSA aims for a quick turnaround on the STARS III contractJoe Jordan, former Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Poli…
 
Myles is a recent graduate from Hofstra University. He was a baseball player there and now has a podcast called," Student-Athlete Combo". It is a podcast to help aspiring student-athletes and current student-athletes with the academic side of college, but it also talks about different experiences and topics of athletes. Myles shares stories and ins…
 
New GAO report finds some top DHS appointments were illegalRicardo Pitts-Wiley, Partner at Federal Practice Group, and Tom Spulak, Partner at King & Spalding, discuss the report from the Government Accountability Office stating that some top Department of Homeland Security appointments were illegalInspector General says outdated IT systems hinder D…
 
Takeaways from the Cyber Storm exerciseLisa Beury-Russo, Acting Deputy Associate Director for Exercises at CISA, goes over the results of the Cyber Storm exercise conducted by CISA to simulate a cyber attackUSAID gets an “A” on the FITARA scorecardJay Mahanand, Chief Information Officer at the United States Agency for International Development, dis…
 
Top challenges in cybersecurityBob Bigman, Founder of 2BSecure, discusses the primary cyber challenges extended telework could cause and things that need to be done to secure the remote work environmentBest practices from the private sector for emerging technologyMallory Barg Bulman, Research Director of Finance Process Excellence at Gartner, discu…
 
Utilizing CARES Act funds for small businessesGen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle (USAF, Ret.), President of the National Defense Industrial Association, explains the effort to prevent $17 billion for defense contractors in the CARES Act from expiringImplementing the Chinese telecommunications banFrank Kendall, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Pro…
 
Combining Multiple Award Schedules and Governmentwide Acquisition ContractsJacob Bertram, Principal Consultant at the Lohfeld Consulting Group, Inc., explains the potential benefits of consolidating Multiple Award Schedules and Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts into one contract vehicleNew pilot program for software acquisitionsNick Sinai, Senio…
 
Rebecca Smith, High Performance Coach, shares her insights about confidence as well as a number of other topics. She is a former athlete and coach, but spends all of her time these days focused on mental coaching for athletes. Rebecca encourages happy athletes in order to achieve better performances. If you want to connect with Rebecca Smith, she c…
 
Potential vulnerabilities of Virtual Private NetworksBrig. Gen. Gregory Touhill, President of AppGate Federal Group, explains why VPN technology may not be the most secure option for remote connectivityUpdates on the ban on Chinese telecommunications productsGordon Bitko, Senior Vice President of Policy at ITI, provides guidance for contractors to …
 
Top IT priorities at the Department of Homeland SecurityKaren Evans, Chief Information Officer at the Department of Homeland Security, discusses her work as the new CIO at DHS, initiatives that have come to the forefront during the pandemic, and plans for building the cybersecurity workforceRestructuring efforts at the Department of AgricultureGary…
 
Progress on the Chief Financial Officers ActChristie Johnson, Principal at Deloitte, and Dave Mader, Civilian Sector Chief Strategy Officer at Deloitte, detail the Government Accountability Office’s recommendations for modernizing the Chief Financial Officers ActUtilizing predictive human-centered design in governmentFrontis Wiggins, Partner at I3C…
 
Recruiting quality candidates for DoD leadershipRobert Work, Former Deputy Secretary of Defense, discusses the process of finding people for high-profile positions in the Defense Department and the necessity of maintaining a deep bench of qualified candidatesUpdates on the Defense Production Act and COVID-19Bill Greenwalt, Visiting Fellow at the Am…
 
New Insider’s Guide to the Office of Management and BudgetDan Chenok, Executive Director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government, describes the importance of OMB in administering the work of the government and facilitating the transitions of presidential administrationsNew paid leave benefits for federal employeesMika Cross, Federal Workpl…
 
THE SNOWBOARD PROJECT PATHS • Megan Pischke-Porcheron • Episode 184 Paths is a new series from The Snowboard Project covering people who dedicate their recreational time to snowboarding - but have a ‘real world’ job. Megan grew up as a professional snowboarder in the nineties Colorado jib scene. Soon she was traveling the globe, featured in magazin…
 
Reforming the FITARA scorecardDavid Powner, Director of Strategic Engagement & Partnerships at MITRE, discusses the results of the latest Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecard and recommendations for improving future iterationsUpdates on the National Cyber Director roleSuzanne Spaulding, Senior Adviser for Homeland Security at the Center for …
 
Takeaways from the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act scorecardCarol Harris, Director of Information Technology Acquisition Management Issues at GAO, provides takeaways from the latest FITARA scorecard and discusses the possibility of expanding the scorecard to include additional IT metricsUpdates on the State Department coronavirus responseMike Mes…
 
Updates on coronavirus relief billsMike Hettinger, President of Hettinger Strategy Group, and Rich Beutel, Principal at Cyrrus Analytics, LLC, discuss areas they are following in the coronavirus relief bills from the House and Senate and their chances of getting throughFostering a diverse and inclusive workplaceJeffrey Neal, Author of www.ChiefHRO.…
 
Acquisition reform and the Defense DepartmentKatharina McFarland, Director at SAIC, discusses the lack of major acquisition reforms in this year’s National Defense Authorization Act as well as the most important reforms in recent yearsGuidance for contractors during the coronavirusDaniel Snyder, Director of Government Contracts Analysis at Bloomber…
 
THE SNOWBOARD PROJECT PATHS • Sam Bawden • Episode 183 Paths is a new series from The Snowboard Project covering people who dedicate their recreational time to snowboarding - but have a ‘real world’ job. Sam Bawden grew up as a snowboarder in Utah, before achieving significant success as an architect. Buildings designed by Sam can be found on multi…
 
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