Government Matters offentlig
[search 0]
Mer

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Government Matters is the only television newscast focused on the business of government. Host Mimi Geerges 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.
 
The Governance Matters podcast provides listeners with insight into the cutting-edge issues of the day for corporate secretaries, general counsel and all governance professionals. Produced by Corporate Secretary and sponsored by Computershare Georgeson, this monthly podcast will look at how the role of the corporate secretary and the board has evolved over time, as well as how the governance landscape continues to change. From ESG to entity management, shareholder engagement to technology, w ...
 
What are the most pressing matters facing global businesses? Berkeley Research Group picks the brains of BRG experts and other luminaries about the big issues of the day in finance, healthcare, security and other sectors. BRG is a leading global strategic advisory and expert consulting firm that provides independent advice and dispute consulting around the world to corporations, law firms, government agencies and financial institutions. For more, please visit ThinkBRG.com.
 
The Equality Matters Podcast is a weekly look at LGBT issues and their coverage in the media. This week: The Employee Non-Discrimination Act, Don't Ask, Don't Tell Update, Chick-Fil-A's Anti-Gay Ties, Encouraging News About Religious Groups' Role in LGBT Equality and the Federal Government Puts a Hold on Deportations of Bi-National Same-Sex Couples.
 
Helping you keep up with what matters in Arizona's political news. Each week we interview politicians, public figures or journalists to break down one local issue and how it affects your life in Arizona. Coming to you every Wednesday morning, The Gaggle is hosted by The Arizona Republic's national political reporters Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Ron Hansen. You can find them on Twitter at @yvonnewingett and @ronaldjhansen.
 
A
Africa tax

1
Africa tax

Cynthia Umurungi

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Månedlig
 
Taxes are the most important source of governmental revenue. Taxes should serve mainly to finance the government. But what happens when governments fail to collect tax to fund the welfare of their people? Well…the people lose. Welcome to Africa Tax. A podcast by CCD, Sauti Africa that unpacks matters of taxation systems on the continent.
 
Trade matters to the UK economy. And as we prepare for Brexit and to leave the single market and current customs union, it matters more than it has for a generation. In this series of podcasts our experts will be discussing all aspects of trade as the UK navigates its exit from the EU and moves to a new global trading environment.
 
In this monthly podcast series, Deloitte Vietnam will talk you through notable matters that are directly making impact on your business by the Covid-19 pandemic. Strategic forecasting, recommendations, and helpful solutions are what Deloitte Vietnam experts will share in every episode of this series. Have any questions? Reach out to us at seapodcast@deloitte.com #deloittevoices
 
Welcome to the Be Energized Podcast from Greenbird Integration Technology. In this series of podcast we will share our insights and learnings from our world-wide experience the energy sector. Digital transformation is about technology, mindset and accelerating innovation. These short, insightful podcasts will offer unique examples of disruption that really matters for successful digital transformation in the energy sector.
 
At age 67, I have varied and rich experience of innovation ( including TRIZ) and leadership - 26 years in the army and about 18 in the corporate world. I have two books - 'Leadership for Colonels & Business Managers' and 'Reclaim your Democracy'. I am a deep thinker, very influenced by Nicholos Taleb on randomness. Feel strongly pulled to do something for my country and my people. alok.asthana@gmail.com. +91 9821677859, Thane 400607, India
 
The cost of housing is a hot topic of conversation wherever you go in Metro Vancouver. In this podcast, we explore real estate trends in the region and the impact of development on life and affordability in Metro Vancouver, interviewing everyone from those who build our homes to politicians, planners, housing advocates and researchers.
 
The Miller Johnson Real Estate Podcast is a twice monthly series hosted by attorneys involved in real estate transactions, disputes, property tax, construction, land use and zoning matters with clients. From buying, selling and leasing to commercial, industrial and residential development, our Real Estate group offers a full range of insights and analysis of a wide variety of real estate topics.
 
The Start Right HERE podcast was created because our world could use some therapy. From two bestselling authors and psychotherapists with more than 90 years of combined experience. Still standing, writing, and talking (And making sense the vast majority of the time). Start HERE emphasizes that mental and emotional well-being requires certain essential understandings and practices. The hosts demonstrate clearly how the same principles that they utilize in individual and relationship therapy a ...
 
O
On The Land

1
On The Land

Farming Matters on Any Screen, Anywhere, Anytime.

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Månedlig
 
Based in Christchurch, Tandem Studios is a content production company with an expertise in online marketing and communications. Tandem partners with clients nationally and internationally to provide a full range of audio, full video production and online social media services. Our experience and expertise has seen Tandem become the largest producer of online video in New Zealand, with close to 30,000 videos uploaded into YouTube. We have also developed expertise in Live Streaming events and ...
 
The Listen, Organize, Act podcast focuses on the history and contemporary practice of community organizing and democratic politics. Alongside this specific focus are two others: the first is to explore how organizing connects democracy and religion, particularly at a local, congregational level; the second is to examine how organizing embodies a distinctive vision and practice of democratic politics. The name of the podcast reflects these concerns, particularly the last one. Through a series ...
 
The Caribbean foreign affairs podcast, Diplomatically Speaking, hosted by former senior Caribbean diplomat, Dr. Geneive Brown Metzger, is a bi-weekly program featuring candid conversations with leaders on the front line of U.S. and Caribbean affairs—diplomats, economists, government and business leaders—about bi-lateral relations, U.S. Asia geopolitical tensions over the region, foreign trade, and why the U.S. should deepen its relationships with the Caribbean in the post-pandemic era. Dr. M ...
 
Taking the reader back to the horror and devastation of September 11, 2001, the 9/11 Commission Report by the 9/11 Commission, is the official report that presents the final findings of the committee Krean Hamilton Commission (better known as the 9/11 Commission.) The report reveals not just the events that happened on that fateful day, but also describes the circumstances that led up to it. It analyzes the role of several government agencies in the drama and also pinpoints the lacunae in th ...
 
In this chilling short-story by a master of the craft, Kurt Vonnegut creates a fictional world of the future where life and death are no longer matters of individual choice or destiny. The title refers to the famous quote from Hamlet, “To be or not to be....” with “0” being pronounced as “naught.” It also refers to the eternal dilemma of life and death that face every human being at some point in their lives. Written in 1962 it is set in some unspecified time in the future, when earth has be ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
What makes you trust, or mistrust, your political leaders? Does it come down to how they handle donations or grants? Or is it about how they communicate? Do well-resourced anti-corruption watchdogs make you feel more comfortable about elected officials? Listeners share their thoughts on the best ways and mechanisms for holding politicians and gover…
 
Modernizing the Army to win future battlesGen. Mike Murray, Commanding General of Army Futures Command, discusses progress the command has made since it started in 2018, major initiatives and collaboration with industryRecapping this year’s AUSA annual meetingGen. Robert Brown (U.S. Army, Ret.), president and chief executive officer of AUSA, talks …
 
The Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 8(a) Business Development program offers small, disadvantaged businesses tremendous opportunities for sole source and limited competition contracts. During the program, participants can be awarded sole source contracts up to $4.5 million for goods and services ($7.5 million for manufacturing). But what does…
 
Council Representative and Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club member, Jennifer Fenderbosch, talks about the Ozone Garden that has been installed at the Avon Lake Public Library. Boo by the Woods: Saturday, October 16, at 5:00-10:00 p.m. If you do not have a ticket for the "Trail of Haunted Tales," there will be plenty of free activities to enjoy at the A…
 
DHS addressing domestic violent extremism threatsElizabeth Neumann, former assistant secretary for Threat Prevention and Security Policy at DHS, discusses the growing problem of domestic violent extremism and DHS’s work to stop it, both inside and outside of the governmentOverhauling legislation to set cyber requirementsRichard Spires, former CIO a…
 
Role of Long Range Precision Fires for Army modernizationBrig. Gen. John Rafferty (U.S. Army), director of the Long Range Precision Fires Cross Functional Team in Army Futures Command, describes how Long Range Precision Fires are enabling the Army to combat adversarial efforts to offset the U.S. military’s advantageDeveloping vaccines in U.S. Army …
 
How well-prepared are the parts of Australia with low rates of infection and vaccination to face the future of COVID? A new podcast examines the challenges of coming out, and do tiny homes and micro apartments have a future in a post pandemic population?
 
Gov. Doug Ducey's time in Arizona's highest office is coming to a close in little over a year, which means that the race to replace him is starting to accelerate. The primary election is on August 2, and eight candidates are looking to take his seat. Former Fox10 television news anchor Kari Lake is running for the Republican Party and was awarded t…
 
Addressing security threats at TSA and FBIJohn Pistole, former TSA administrator and former FBI deputy director, discusses improvements in threat detection at both agencies and recommendations for current leadersUsing technology to track employee vaccination statusJonathan Alboum, federal chief technology officer at ServiceNow, provides recommendat…
 
What are your coping mechanisms when you're feeling overwhelmed? An expert explains some of the strategies that can help and we take your calls. Plus childcare centres frequently pop up as COVID-19 exposure sites, so with younger children remaining unvaccinated for now, how are these centres protecting children and workers?…
 
This week on Family Policy Matters, host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Patrick T. Brown, author of the recent report “Working Class Americans’ Views on Family Policy.” Brown discusses some surprising findings that reveal what working class Americans really value when it comes to family policy.Av Traci DeVette Griggs with Patrick T. Brown
 
It’s year end and your company has closed out its fiscal year. What should you do from an indirect rate standpoint? Listen to Eric Poppe, Senior Manager in Cherry Bekaert’s Government Contracting practice and Rich Wilkinson, Director of Product Marketing at Unanet discuss the importance of indirect rates and the close out process. Rate variance is …
 
Anyone who has been a carer knows that their needs can often come second to the person they are looking after. During the pandemic, this situation has become even more heightened than usual. But there have also been benefits, with some carers finally being handed the flexible working arrangements they have long asked for. Carers share their experie…
 
Stopping forced labor products from entering USAna Hinojosa, executive director of the Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate at Customs and Border Protection, and Eric Choy, deputy executive director, discuss their work stopping goods made in forced labor conditions from entering the United StatesModernizing capabilities of the nuclear triadCol.…
 
Improving the modern intelligence communityDouglas London, former senior operations officer at the CIA, discusses the shift in focus of the CIA since 9/11 and the biggest challenge facing the agency right nowThe importance of technology sharing in AUKUS dealErik Sand, assistant professor at the U.S. Naval War College, discusses the significance of …
 
The pandemic has thrown up a magnitude of challenges for many of us, especially children. Can mindfulness help families cope and reduce stress? Plus, a street party on the final episode of season 3 of The Fitzroy Diaries. And what would you do if you saw someone tossing rubbish?
 
Reviewing defense purchasing power within DoD budgetBill Greenwalt, visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the declining purchasing power within the Defense Department’s budget and strategies to increase itAssessing growing threats from U.S. adversariesBryan Clark, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, analyzes the biggest…
 
Responding to biosecurity threats for American publicAsha George, executive director of the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense, discusses the need for the United States to prepare for biosecurity risks, such as future pandemicsRecommendations for federal contractors under new CRLarry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, discusses h…
 
The liberal wing of the Democratic Party seems to be nearing its breaking point with Sen. Kyrsten Sinema. Over the weekend, members of the non-profit Living United for Change in Arizona, or LUCHA, followed Sinema, D-Ariz., into a bathroom at Arizona State University. Activists recorded and shouted their grievances at her for not supporting more acc…
 
In today’s episode, VP of Essentially Women, Nikki Jensen talks with Jolly Reckenberg, partner, chairmen, and co-CEO of American Breast Care (ABC) about the start of ABC, the importance of communication and feedback in the product development process, custom breast prothesis, and why the rose is much more than just a logo to American Breast Care.…
 
ABC political writer Annabel Crabb and 7:30 host Leigh Sales are known for their hard hitting interviews and incisive analysis but also for their chats. They are on fine display on their award-winning podcast, but also now in a new book, 'Well Hello: Meanderings from the world...of Chat 10 Looks 3'. Leigh and Annabel join Life Matters to talk about…
 
Models make predictions that help shape the policy approaches being taken towards fighting coronavirus and some states are planning a pathway out of lockdown based on these models. The National Cabinet's reopening plan uses modelling from the Doherty Institute. Victoria has looked to the Burnet Institute's work, as well as the Doherty models, and t…
 
Reducing poverty using data driven decisionsPaul Ryan, former Speaker of the House of Representatives, now president of the American Idea Foundation, details how the Evidence Act is helping policymakers measure the effectiveness of programs and tie funding to outcomesLogistics of USAID distribution for Covid-19 vaccineEllyn Ogden, Emergency Operati…
 
Council Representative Dave Kos shares the history of “Boo by the Woods: Trail of Haunted Tales” and details about this year’s event. Script: Avon Lake Homecoming Parade: Saturday, October 2, at 10:30 a.m. The parade begins at Bleser Park and ends at Avon Lake High School. Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club Meeting: Thursday, October 7, 1:00 p.m. This me…
 
Reviewing the Prevent Government Shutdowns bill in CongressMax Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service, explains how government shutdowns hurt everyone and how proposed legislation would address the problemThe impact of government shutdowns on federal workersJessica Klement, staff vice president of policy and programs at NARF…
 
Developing hypersonic missiles and nuclear-powered space capabilitiesMark Lewis, executive director of the Emerging Technologies Institute at the National Defense Industrial Association, discusses investing in hypersonic missiles at the Pentagon and developing military space strategy with nuclear powerThe latest on the AUKUS Indo-Pacific partnershi…
 
New York Times journalist Damien Cave thought running the Australian bureau would be a chance to kick back, but this country challenged him in ways he could never have imagined and in episode 3 of The Fitzroy Diaries a strange feeling when two old friends re-unite.
 
Over the last nearly 10 months, ballots from the 2020 election have been counted and recounted to ensure that there was no election fraud and that Arizona really did vote President Joe Biden into office. While the election review is still happening in other ways, the official reports from Cyber Ninjas confirmed that there was no fraud and that Joe …
 
Training military troops in cultural literacyBaktash Ahadi, former combat interpreter for U.S. and Afghan Special Operations forces, discusses his perspective that the United States military lacked important cultural understanding of the Afghan peopleIdentifying and mitigating bias in artificial intelligenceMichael Akinwumi, chief tech equity offic…
 
As case numbers rise when different parts of Australia open up, some are concerned contact tracers won't be able to manage and that other parts of our public health system will suffer as a result. So what's the solution? Plus how to assess whether or not your superannuation fund is giving you what you need.…
 
City planners are emerging from behind the scenes to help address some of society’s most complex challenges, including building equity and fighting racism. This summer a coalition of planners came together to acknowledge past discrimination in urban development policies and commit to becoming “change agents” to help create more racially equitable c…
 
As Fitzroy Diaries returns for a third season, with a new episode launching today, we talk to the creator of the award-winning series, Lorin Clarke. And, you may have seen footage of the huge mouse plague that ravaged parts of regional Australia earlier this year. What is a mouse plague and will there be a resurgence this summer?…
 
This week on Family Policy Matters, host Traci DeVette Griggs welcomes Dr. Ashley Hales, author of a new book, A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits. Dr. Hales explains how our limitations are an invitation from God to contentment and a deeper relationship with Him.Av Traci DeVette Griggs with Ashley Hales
 
Ten months ago, President Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election and Arizona’s 11 electoral votes. But a review of Maricopa County's 2.1 million ballots ordered by the Republican-controlled state Senate only ended last week. Cyber Ninjas, the Florida company that oversaw the review for the Senate, found President Joe Biden defeated former Pre…
 
While policies to encourage vaccination have been commonplace in Australia for some time, the pandemic has thrown into sharp relief the benefits and downsides of making vaccinations compulsory, with many workplaces and other spaces now mandating that people get vaccinated against COVID-19. Listeners and experts share their thoughts on this.…
 
The latest on homeland security prioritiesMichael Chertoff, co-founder and executive chairman of The Chertoff Group, former DHS secretary, touches on each of the major threats facing the Department of Homeland Security and provides recommendations for the current secretaryAddressing health disparities at new HHS climate officeRachel Levine, assista…
 
The impact of the pandemic on the future of the U.S.Thomas Wright, senior fellow and director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution, discusses his view that Covid-19 came at one of the worst possible moments and describes a proposal to prepare for future crisesAddressing issues of trust at the CDC during the pan…
 
Our awareness of death develops in stages, which can be distressing for young children and that fear of death continues to shape the way we behave in later life, but tapers off as we are closer to dying. Anxiety about death has shaped every aspect in human society, from religion to our use of social media platforms like instagram and TikTok, so how…
 
Modernizing Army aviation with Future Vertical Lift programMajor General Walter T. Rugen, director of the Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Team for the U.S. Army, and Brigadier General Robert Barrie, program executive officer of aviation in the U.S. Army, discuss the transformation of Army aviation through the Future Vertical Lift programThe i…
 
The U.S. Senate passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package on Aug.10, a win for President Joe Biden and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., who co-negotiated the bipartisan legislation. But what is infrastructure? And could a massive investment like this make a meaningful impact on your life? Projects could be underway as soon as next year if the legi…
 
Loading …

Hurtigreferanseguide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Personvern | Vilkår for bruk
Google login Twitter login Classic login