GovExec Daily: The State of Police Reform

Route Fifty's Emma Coleman joins the podcast to consider police reform options at the federal and state levels.

GovExec Daily: Updating Recent TSP News

Erich Wagner joins the podcast to discuss how the pandemic is affecting federal retirement.

GovExec Daily: Civilian Federal Buildings Named After Segregationists

Eric Katz joins the show to discuss the potential renaming of facilities such as the Thomas G. Abernathy Federal Building and the Strom Thurmond Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse.

GovExec Daily: The TARP and Pandemic Response Comparison

Courtney Bublé joins the podcast to examine how the CARES Act oversight compares to the 2008 relief package oversight.

GovExec Daily: Taking Confederate Names Off Military Bases

Defense One's Brad Peniston joins the podcast to explain how the Pentagon could rename military installations.

GovExec Daily: Security and the November Election

Mark Testoni, CEO of SAP National Security Services, joins the podcast to discuss how government can thwart threats to the upcoming election.

GovExec Daily: Homeland Security Operations During the Pandemic

Eric Katz joins the podcast to examine how the agency will operate under this stage of the COVID-19 crisis.

GovExec Daily: Is It Time for a National Registry of Police Misconduct?

Route Fifty's Kate Queram joins the podcast to examine the potential push for a public clearinghouse of law enforcement officer reprimands.

GovExec Daily: Challenging Government Orthodoxies During a Crisis

Deloitte's William D. Eggers spoke to the podcast about a new report on how to change the way government operates by challenging conventional wisdom.

GovExec Daily: Lessons From the Quarantine Telework Period

Katherine McIntire Peters joins the podcast to explain the lessons managers can take back to the offices after months of remote work during the pandemic.

GovExec Daily: An Accountability and Oversight Update

Nextgov’s Frank Konkel and GovExec’s Courtney Bublé cover the latest news on inspectors general and the Trump administration.

GovExec Daily: The Phases of States Reopening

Virginia State Health Commissioner Dr. Norman Oliver joins the program to talk about how Virginia is moving onto phase 2.

GovExec Daily: Federal Employees, the Hatch Act and Protests

Sarah Martin, who represents employees in discrimination and whistleblower cases, joins the podcast to talk about how feds can stay within the bounds of the law.

GovExec Daily: The Protests and the Police

Route Fifty's Kate Queram and Emma Coleman join the program to talk about the ongoing nationwide demonstrations.

GovExec Daily: Policy Changes in the Time of Crisis

Washington University in St. Louis professor John Robinson III joins the program to compare federal policy changes after the upheaval of the late 1960s to the potential federal opportunities post-COVID-19.

GovExec Daily: Three-Dimensional Innovation at VHA

Sammie-nominated Dr. Beth Ripley joins the show to talk about her work creating an interconnected, hospital-based 3D printing network.

GovExec Daily: Federal Law Enforcement at D.C. Protests

Eric Katz joins the podcast to discuss how federal LEOs were part of the response to the demonstrations near the White House.