In about twenty-five years, Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) will run out of space as an active cemetery to honor our Nation's veterans.
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Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is at another crossroads in its history and needs your help.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn how federal agencies are using data visualization techniques to better educate the public on what they are doing and to improve government transparency.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn about the many roles of designers in the federal government. From designing marketing materials that educate and inspire, to helping agencies transform their visual identity, to conceptualizing and constructing entire Smithsonian exhibits, designers play many crucial roles within the federal sector.
This week on FEDtalk, we are discussing the dwindling capacity of members and their staffs to effectively do their jobs as responsibilities increase.
Tune in this week for a special show on whistleblower programs with the Justice Department’s Deputy IG, a Deputy Counsel at Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General, and the Office of Special Counsel's Chief of Investigation and Prosecution.
Many are surprised to discover the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency has a sizeable branch devoted to investigating online child exploitation crimes. Not only does this unit exist, but ICE also trains military veterans for elite analyst careers in this field via its Human Exploitation Rescue Operative (HERO) program.
Tune in this week for a preview of the EEOC Executive Leadership conference where you can gain the highest quality leadership training through unforgettable experiential learning on the Gettysburg Battlefield Leadership Tour.
Tune in this week to learn about your options for long term care and life insurance as a fed.
Tune in to this special President’s Day edition of FEDtalk to learn all about the most interesting presidential stories you’ve never heard.
News coverage is consistently filled with reports of the latest purported government “scandal” or failure. While these issues may often deserve attention, they frequently drown out examples of government done well.
This week on FEDtalk, we are excited to host two prominent figures in the world of podcasting, both of whom have started new projects focusing on the U.S. Constitution.