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Apr 29, 2022

Cities like Evanston, Illinois are devising programs to provide forms of reparations to African Americans impacted by systematic racism, but implementing these programs has proven difficult and controversial. GovExec Editor at Large Tom Shoop joined the show to discuss a story he wrote for Route 50 headlined "

Apr 28, 2022


Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has been a controversial public figure since his elevation to the post in June 2020. His operational changes slowed mail delivery in conjunction with staff time lost during the pandemic, coinciding with a historic increase in voting by mail during a controversial election involving...

Apr 27, 2022

The Biden administration has made diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility goals part of its Presidential management agenda, including releasing guidance for agencies to emphasize DEIA goals at agencies and in acquisition Francine Katsoudas is Executive Vice President and Chief People, Policy & Purpose Officer of...

Apr 26, 2022

In a letter to shareholders recently, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon noted the challenges of the past few years and encouraged the government to serve Americans better and to take a stronger leadership role. The Biden Management Agenda has some focus on these issues, among other management goals.

Robert Shea is a...

Apr 25, 2022

April is Financial Literacy Month, coinciding with the mid-month deadline to file one’s taxes. These things give Americans an opportunity to look at our finances and take stock of where we are and what financial habits – good and bad – that we have.

Jason Howell is an adjunct faculty member within the Finance...