Loren Duggan on Congress’s Return From Recess with Federal News Radio
Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed what topics Congress may take up after its two-week recess on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Sylvia Carignan on the EPA and Coal Ash Disposal with WFAE Radio
Environment Reporter Sylvia Carignan appeared on WFAE Radio in Charlotte to discuss changes proposed by the EPA to relax rules that govern how companies can dispose of coal ash.
Chris Opfer on Labor Board and Union Election Rules with Surveillance
Law Deputy Labor & Employment Team Lead Chris Opfer appeared on Surveillance to discuss the National Labor Relations Board’s move toward revising rules when workers vote whether to join a union, the latest in a long line of moves to undo Obama-era approaches that critics said wrongly favored labor unions.
Tax & Accounting’s Lisa Fitzpatrick Interviewed in Accounting Today
Tax & Accounting President Lisa Fitzpatrick was quoted in Accounting Today regarding how research providers are leveraging technology to aid tax professionals and accountants.
Lydia Wheeler on Nursing Home Crackdown with Radio
Law Health Care Reporter Lydia Wheeler appeared on Surveillance and discussed the Justice Department’s plans to crack down this fall on nursing homes that abuse and defraud the elderly.
Loren Duggan on Congress’s Agenda with Federal News Radio
Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed what remains on Congress’s agenda for the year on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Keisha Clukey On the Week in Albany with WCNY Radio
State Correspondent Keisha Clukey recapped the week at the state capitol in Albany as a guest on Capitol Pressroom.
Michaela Ross on Legislation To Curb Illegal Immigration with Radio
Government’s Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed Congress’s continuing to defer on major legislation to try and curb the number of undocumented migrants, which is on track to hit about 900,000 this fiscal year, the highest since 2007.
Jack Fitzpatrick on Spending Plan Discussions with Radio
Government Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick was a guest on Surveillance where he provided an update on the state of play from Capitol Hill as Senate Democrats threatening to filibuster a Defense spending bill if Republicans don’t negotiate with them on a broader spending plan. At the same time, Congressional leaders continue to negotiate a stopgap funding measure to avoid a shutdown.
Valerie Bauman on Radio on Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy
Law Health Care Reporter Valerie Bauman appeared on Surveillance to discuss Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy filing and how a judge’s decision could affect a sprawling multi-district lawsuit representing roughly 2,000 plaintiffs over the nation’s opioid crisis.
Alex Ruoff on New Hampshire Radio Discussing Dark Money Ads Ads Targeting Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH)
Government Healthcare Reporter Alex Ruoff appeared on Good Morning with Dan Mitchell on WKBK Radio in Keene to discuss dark money ads targeting Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH).
Loren Duggan Updates Federal News Network on 2020 Budget
Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin on what to expect in the week ahead as the House and Senate hammer out 2020 budget and and appropriations.
Michaela Ross on Formation and Role of DHS On 18th Anniversary of 9/11
Government Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross appeared on Surveillance to discuss the formation and role of the Department of Homeland Security 18 years after the 9/11 attacks.
Nancy Ognanovich on Government Funding Deadline with Radio
Government Congressional Leadership Reporter Nancy Ognanvoich updated Surveillance on Congress’s rush to pass a new continuing resolution to head off a funding crisis September 30 when government funds run out.
Keshia Clukey On WCNY Radio Discussing The Week in Albany
Correspondent Keshia Clukey appeared on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom to recap the week’s key developments from the state capitol in Albany.
Cameron Leuthy on New TSA Tech Support Contract with Federal News Network
Government Analyst Cameron Leuthy appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the Transportation Security Administration’s request related to a new technology support contract.
Travis Tritten on the Space Force with Radio
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed differences between the Senate and House versions of bills establishing the new Space Force as a guest on Surveillance.
Jeannie Baumann on Tech-Related Privacy Concerns Impacting New Medical Treatments on Radio
Law healthcare reporter Jeannie Baumann appeared on Surveillance and discussed how privacy concerns could stifle growing efforts to use the reams of data collected through Fitbits, Apple Watches, and apps in efforts to develop new medical treatments.
Dan Stoller on Facebook and Cambridge Analytica with Radio
Dan Stoller, Law privacy reporter, updated Surveillance on newly released emails showing that Facebook employees called for an investigation into political firm Cambridge Analytica months before the social media giant says it learned about the data scandal.
Ken Doyle on Radio Discussing Potential for Paralysis at the Federal Eleciton Commission
Government’s Ken Doyle appeared on Politics, Policy, Power, and Law to discuss the FEC’s inability to enforce federal election laws as the commission will soon have three members and thus lacks the ability to conduct meetings as the 2020 election nears.
Michaela Ross on Changes to Migrant Family Detention with CBS Radio
Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross appeared on WCBS Radio in New York City to discuss a new Trump administration rule under which migrant families would face indefinite detention while they await court proceedings.
Ken Doyle on the FEC and NRA Funding Of The 2016 Election With Radio
Campaign Finance Reporter Ken Doyle appeared on Surveillance to discuss Republican members of the Federal Election Commission blocking an investigation of the source of the $30 million that the National Rifle Association spent to help elect President Trump in 2016.
Dan Snyder on ABC Television Discussing the BGOV200
Director of Government Contracts Analysis Dan Snyder appeared on Government Matters and analyzed the federal government contracting landscape based on insights from this year’s BGOV200.
Andrew Wallender on C-SPAN’s Newsmakers with SEIU Head Mary Kay Henry
Labor Reporter Andrew Wallender appeared on Newsmakers and spoke with Mary Kay Henry, president of the SEIU, on the issues that will shape the 2020 election.
Loren Duggan On The Appropriations Process With Federal News Network
Deputy News Director Loren Duggan updated Federal Drive with Tom Temin on what Congress must do to avoid a government shutdown upon its return from the August recess.
Greg Giroux on Texas’s Shifting Electorate with Radio
Elections Reporter Greg Giroux was a guest on Surveillance where he discussed Texas’s shifting electorate in the wake of four Republican members of the House of Representatives announcing in a span of two weeks that they won’t stand for reelection in 2020.
Adam Allington on Pollinators with NPR
Environment Reporter Adam Allington appeared on Connecticut Public Radio’s Where We Live and discussed the critical role pollinators play in agriculture and the threats they face.
Dan Snyder Discusses The BGOV200 with Federal News Network
Director of Government Contract Analysis Dan Snyder appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the 2018 BGOV200 and some of the trend behind the data, which showed the government obligated a total of $559 billion dollars last year, the most since fiscal 2010.
Multiple Outlets Spotlight 8th Annual BGOV200
Federal Times, Government Executive, Nextgov, and Fedscoop spotlighted the 8th annual BGOV200 which reported that $559 billion was awarded in fiscal year 2018 data for unclassified, prime contracts awarded across all U.S. federal government agencies.
Sara Merken Discusses Capitol One Data Breach with Radio
Law privacy reporter Sara Merken discussed a data breach that affected 100 million Capitol One customers on Surveillance – and how the actions state attorneys general are taking in assessing the breach could impact the company.
Colin Wilhelm on Tax Extenders with Radio
As a guest on Surveillance, Capitol Hill Tax Reporter Colin Wilhelm discussed the effort in Congress to extend various tax breaks for items ranging from race horses to beer, which are worth billions to industry, and the groups that who want to end them.
Jack Fitzpatrick on Spending Deal With BNN
Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on BNN to discuss the budget agreement reached last night by the House and the Senate that would avoid a government shutdown in the fall.
Loren Duggan Looks Ahead to Mueller Testimony with Federal Network
Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan looks ahead to Robert Mueller’s testimony and other key happenings on Capitol Hill this week on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Alex Ruoff on Health Care Legislation with Radio
Government Health Care Reporter Alex Ruoff shared his insights on Surveillance on the first significant piece of health care legislation, which could reach the Senate floor later this month. The bill proposes to stop surprise medical bills and raise the age to buy tobacco and vaping products to 21.
Multiple Outlets Spotlight Forthcoming Law Offering
Dewey B Strategic, Legaltech News, and LawSites (Bob Ambrogi) all previewed Law’s Brief Analyzer which was previewed at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting & Conference.
Ken Crutchfield Bylines Article in CPA Practice Advisor on ASC 842 Compliance
Tax & Accounting’s Ken Crutchfield authored an article in CPA Practice Advisor that provides key tips for solid data management in order to comply with ASC 842.
Ben Penn on Secretary Acosta’s Tenure on All Things Considered
Law Labor Reporter Ben Penn appeared on NPR’s All Things Considered to discuss Secretary Acosta’s tenure at the Department of Labor in the wake of his announcement of his upcoming resignation.
Cameron Leuthy on FBI Spending with Federal News Network
Government analyst Cameron Leuthy looks at the FBI’s spending with government contractors for professional support in an interview with Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Jack Fitzpatrick on Trump’s Executive Action on Census Citizenship Question with Radio
Government’s Jack Fitzpatrick updates Surveillance on President Trump’s planned executive action on the Census citizenship question.
Evan Weinberger on Payday Lending Alternatives With Radio
Assistant Managing Editor Evan Weinberger on banks offering small-dollar installment loans as alternatives to payday lenders as a guest on Surveillance.
Shira Stein on Drug Company Pricing on Radio
Law Healthcare Reporter Shira Stein joined Surveillance to discuss her reporting on Congress and the White House overlooking some tactics that drug companies and middlemen use to keep prices high.
Andrea Vittorio on Virtual Shareholder Meetings with Radio
Corporate Governance Reporter Andrea Vittorio discussed the growth in the number of public companies shifting their annual shareholder meetings to being virtual events in her appearance on Surveillance.
Greg Giroux on Republican Women In the House of Representatives with Radio
Government’s Greg Giroux appeared on Surveillance to discuss the push by Republican women in the House of Representatives to increase their ranks in 2020 after a disastrous 2018 election left only 13 female GOP members.
Multiple Outlets Cover Tax & Accounting’s Corporate Tax Survey
CPA Practice Advisor and Accounting Today highlighted the key findings from Tax & Accounting’s corporate tax survey.
Todd Cheney Column In Fierce Healthcare On New Lease Accounting Standards
Managing Editor Todd Cheney authored an article in Fierce Healthcare on how to reduce healthcare industry risk around the new lease accounting standard.
Rob Levinson Analyzes Defense Spending Since WW II on Federal News Network
Government Analyst Rob Levinson highlights defense spending trends on operations & maintenance since World War II as a guest on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Shaun Courtney on Boeing’s 737 Max 8 with Radio
Government Transportation Reporter Shaun Courtney appeared on Surveillance with an update on Boeing’s 737 Max 8, which could be back in the air before Congress or the public get answers on how it was certified as safe in the first place.
Loren Duggan on Congressional Agenda Pre-July 4th Recess on Federal News Network
Government’s Loren Duggan discussed the items before Congress in its last week before the July 4th recess on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Kimberly Robinson On Recent SCOTUS Rulings On Sirius XM
Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Sirius XM’s POTUS Politics where she spoke with Morning Briefing host Tim Farley on some of the last rulings of the Court’s current term, including a ruling with major free speech implications.
Madison Alder on President Trump’s Executive Order On Health Care Price Transparency on Radio
Law health care reporter Madison Alder updated Surveillance on President Trump’s executive order on health care price transparency which aims to give patients a better idea of what they’re going to be paying for health services
Lydia Beyoud on Facebook and Cryptocurrency with Radio
Law financial technology reporter Lydia Beyoud appeared on Surveillance to discuss the likelihood that Facebook is destined for more congressional hearings in the not-too-distant future, as well as close scrutiny from a litany of regulators, due its move into cryptocurrency.
Travis Tritten on Troop Deployment and Space Force Funding with Radio
Government Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten discussed the decision to deploy troops to the Middle East in the midst of mounting tensions with Iran and funding for the Space Force in an appearance on Surveillance.
Hassan Kanu on WNYC Radio Discussing Supreme Court Case
Law Labor Reporter Hassan Kanu appeared on The Takeaway to discuss the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a case brought by a television entrepreneur suing Comcast through a Reconstruction-era law that bans racial discrimination in business contracts for refusing to carry channels from his media company.
Mark Kozeal on Occupational Safety & Health Issues To Watch In Industry Today
Environment Product Management Director Mark Kozeal bylined an article on occupational safety and health issues to watch in 2019 for Industry Today.
Jordan Rubin on Supreme Court Death Row Case on Phoenix NPR Station
Law Reporter Jordan Rubin was a guest on NPR station KJZZ-AM Radio where he discussed McKinney v. Arizona, a 1991 murder case that will be heard by the United States Supreme Court.
Laura Francis on H-1B Visa Difficulties with Radio
Law Immigration Reporter Laura Francis was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed the difficulties getting H-1B specialty occupation visas for businesses, which are largely targeting the IT staffing industry.
Michaela Ross on Border Wall Battle Funding With Radio
Government’s Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross discussed the potential for another government shutdown over border wall funding in an appearance on Surveillance.
Paul Murphy Spotlights Multiple Award Contracts with Federal News Network
Government federal market analyst Paul Murphy spoke to The Federal Drive’s Tom Temin on the significant growth of multiple award contracts.
Stu Basu on Tax Extenders with Radio
Tax’s Stu Basu was a guest on Surveillance and previewed a potential showdown between lawmakers in the House and Senate over the renewal of temporary tax breaks for specific industries.
Shira Stein on Tension Between House Democrats and the White House on Radio
Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein was a guest on Surveillance and discussed the White House ignoring a request from lawmakers regarding their decision to stop defending the Affordable Care Act in federal court.
Adam Allington Discusses EPA Product Ban with NPR
Environment Reporter Adam Allington appeared in studio on NPR’s On Point to discuss the EPA’s decision to pull a dozen products containing chemicals harmful to honeybees.
Loren Duggan on 2020 Budget Negotiations on Federal News Network
In his regular appearance on Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discusses Congress’s return from recess next week and the task ahead of members to ensure the continuity of government going into fiscal 2020.
Adam Allington Discusses “Business of Bees” in California With KQED Radio
Environment Reporter Adam Allington appeared on Northern California’s KQED Radio to discuss how bees are supporting California’s lucrative almond groves.
Keshia Clukey Recaps The State Legislature’s Week on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom
Law Correspondent Keshia Clukey recapped the past week in Albany as a guest on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom.
Warren Rojas on Retirement Savings Plans On C-SPAN
Law Reporter Warren Rojas appeared on C-SPAN and previewed House floor debate on legislation that would increase the flexibility of retirement savings plans, making it easier for employers to offer retirement plans to their employees.
Travis Tritten on House Appropriators Boosting Weapons Programs with Radio
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Surveillance to discuss a vote by House appropriators on its defense funding bill which boosted major weapons programs such while also dealing setbacks to the Pentagon and Trump administration by nixing a Space Force and blocking any defense money for the border.
LawSites Spotlights Law’s Practical Guidance Expansion
Bob Ambrogi spotlights Law’s expansion of Practical Guidance resources focused on litigation on LawSites.
Laura Francis Updates Radio on Immigration-Related Developments from Capitol Hill
Law immigration reporter Laura Francis appeared on Surveillance and provided an update on immigration-related developments from Capitol Hill including DACA and border security.
Alex Ruoff on House Floor Health Care Legislation on C-SPAN
Government health care reporter Alex Ruoff appeared on C-SPAN and previewed the health care and prescription drug package being debated on the House floor the following day.
Hassan Kanu on NLRB Position on Gig Workers on Surveillance
Hassan Kanu appeared on Surveillance to discuss an NLRB memo that stated its position that Uber drivers and other gig workers are independent contractors instead of legal ‘employees,’ effectively excluding those workers from the rights to unionize and other protections granted to employees.
Christine Boeckel on The Impact of Wayfair in Accounting Today
Deputy Team Leader Christine Boeckel was featured in Accounting Today discussing Tax’s State Tax Survey which delved into how states are handling sales and use tax reporting one year after the Supreme Court’s monumental South Dakota v. Wayfair decision in 2018.
Loren Duggan on Budget Debate with Federal News Network
Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on The Federal Drive with Tom Temin on the budget debate in Congress, which is heating up and showing no signs of a quick resolution.
Shira Stein on C-SPAN Discussing House Health Care Bill
Law Health Care Reporter Shira Stein appeared on C-SPAN to discuss a House bill that would require the Trump administration to rescind a guidance that allows states to forgo certain ACA protections, such as the protection for pre-existing conditions.
Alex Ruoff on Drug Pricing Debate in Congress with Radio
Government Health Care Reporter Alex Ruoff shared his perspectives on the likelihood drug pricing legislation moves in Congress this year as a guest on Surveillance.
Shira Stein on Healthcare Oversight with Radio
Law’s Shira Stein discussed health care oversight on Capitol Hill and how that is impacting the bipartisan issue of drug pricing as a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance.
Law’s Keshia Clukey on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom
Law Correspondent Keshia Clukey analyzed the news of the week that was as a guest on WCNY’s Capitol Pressroom.
Rob Levinson on 5G and Department of Defense with Federal News Network
Government analyst Rob Levinson appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the Defense Department’s request of ideas from industry about how it might exploit the latest advances in commercial 5G technology for military communications.
Patrick Gregory on President Trump’s First 100 Judicial Appointments with Radio
Law Supreme Court Reporter Patrick Gregory provided an analysis of President Trump’s first 100 judicial appointments as he passed the century mark threshold this week. He appeared on Surveillance.
Christine Boeckel on Sales & Use Tax in Accounting Today
Deputy Editorial Director Christine Boeckel was interviewed by Accounting Today on sales and use tax reporting in the wake of the Supreme Court’s monumental South Dakota v. Wayfair decision in 2018.
Loren Duggan on Federal News Network Discussing the 2020 Budget Process
Deputy News Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin discussing lawmakers turning their attention to the 2020 budget – with the road ahead a long one. He previewed what to expect from his early stage of the appropriations process.
Allyson Versprille on Radio Discussing 2017 Tax Law Change Impacting Aerospace Giants
Tax’s Allyson Versprille was a guest on Surveillance today where she discussed a change in the 2017 tax law that may require some companies to pay more upfront tax on billions of dollars of income that, in the past, they would have been able to spread out over several years. The issue has aerospace giants like Boeing and United Technologies looking to the Treasury Department for help.
Roxana Tiron on the Navy’s Ghost Fleet with Radio
Government National Security Reporter Roxana Tiron appeared on Surveillance where she discussed the Navy’s plan to significantly invest in robotic ships, aka the Ghost Fleet.
Ken Doyle on Radio Discussing Mueller Report’s Impact on the Federal Election Commission
Campaign Finance Reporter Ken Doyle was a guest on Surveillance where he discussed how the Mueller report will impact the Federal Election Commission, which will have to overcome deep partisan divisions to take enforcement action or write new rules to protect elections from foreign interference in 2020.
Michaela Ross on Radio Discussing a Bipartisan Call for Action to Respond to the Immigration Surge on the Southwest Border
Government Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross appeared on Surveillance to discuss a bipartisan call for billions of dollars and a series of Congressional actions to help curb a surge of migrant families and protect vulnerable children coming across the Southwest border.
Annabelle Gibson Bylines Crytpocurrency Article in FEI Daily
Tax Managing Editor Annabelle Gibson bylined an article in FEI Daily answering the most common questions related to the taxation of cryptocurrency.
Bob Ambrogi on Law’s Litigation Analytics Enhancements
Legal technology expert Bob Ambrogi highlighted Law’s enhancements to Litigation Analytics in his LawSites blog.
Stephen Lee On President Trump’s Support for the U.S. Coal Industry with Radio
Environment’s Stephen Lee updates Surveillance on President Trump’s support for the U.S. coal industry and how that’s manifested itself two years into his presidency.
Allyson Versprille On Congress and President Trump’s Tax Return with Radio
Tax Capitol Hill Reporter Allyson Versprille was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal’s request of President Trump’s tax return and how that request will affect the relationship between Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill.
Greg Giroux on the Redrawing of Political District Lines and the 2020 Election with Radio
Government elections reporter Greg Giroux appeared on Surveillance where he talked about the ongoing redrawing of political district lines, raising the stakes in the 2020 election beyond the contests for White House and Congress.
Travis Tritten on Pentagon’s 2020 Budget with Federal News Network
Government defense reporter Travis Tritten was a guest on Federal Drive with Tom Temin and discussed the Pentagon’s 2020 budget request, which Congress is likely to go along with.
Loren Duggan On Likelihood of Fall Budget Impasse on Federal News Network
At the halfway point of fiscal year 2019, there’s already discussion around a continuing resolution or 2020. Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan discussed the possibility of another budget showdown later this year as a guest on The Federal Drive.
Roxana Tiron On Pat Shanahan’s Likelihood to Head the DoD Permanently with Radio
Government’s Roxana Tiron was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed sentiments on Capitol Hill that Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan’s odds to head the agency on a permanent basis are increasingly at risk.
David Schultz on Proposed EPA Changes with Connecticut Public Radio
Environment Reporter David Schultz appeared on Connecticut Public Radio’s Where We Live where he discussed proposed changes from the EPA that could impact which waterways are protected from pollution.
Kimberly Robinson On Gerrymandering Case with Radio
Law Supreme Court Reporter Kimberly Robinson appeared on Surveillance to discuss oral arguments in two related gerrymandering cases: one on a North Carolina map, drawn by Republicans who explicitly sought a partisan advantage, and the other on a Maryland voting district designed by Democrats to oust a Republican lawmaker.
Chris Ofper on Overtime and Minimum Wage with Radio
Deputy Team Leader Chris Opfer appeared on Surveillance to discuss a new Labor Department proposal to expand overtime pay requirements and a bill in Congress that would raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Jerome Ashton on Steel Tariffs in Radio Appearance
Deputy Team Leader Jerome Ashton appeared on Surveillance to discuss a Law analysis that found the largest U.S. steel producers have made a majority of the objections to companies’ requests for relief from President Donald Trump’s steel tariffs, sinking many importers’ hopes of escaping the duties.
Michaela Ross on President Trump’s Border Wall Veto with Radio
Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross appeared on Surveillance to discuss President Trump using his first veto over a national emergency declaration to fund additional border wall construction – and what’s next in this ongoing battle between the White House and members of both parties on Capitol Hill.
Jack Fitzpatrick on Trump’s Budget Request and Lawmakers’ Reactions with SiriusXM
Government budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick updated Sirius XM’s POTUS Channel’s Tim Farley on the 2020 budget proposal, the Administration’s visionary initiatives, and steep non-defense spending cuts.
Laura Francis On Dreamer Legislation
Immigration Reporter Laura Francis on Surveillance discussing House Democrats’ plans to again introducing legislation to legalize young, undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children.
Michaela Ross on Backlog for Immigration Courts with Federal News Network
Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross was a guest on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss how the ongoing influx of migrants to the United States has created a backlog for immigration courts.
Jack Fitzpatrick on President Trump’s Fiscal 2020 Budget Request with Radio
Government budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Surveillance to discuss President Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget request, which includes $8.6 billion for border fencing and steep non-defense spending cuts.
Sara Merken on Senate Privacy Hearing with TV
Law privacy reporter Sara Merken appeared on Technology to discuss a hearing at which Senate Homeland Security panel members called for new data security and breach notification legislation after data scandals involving Equifax and Marriott.
Paige Smith On Radio On Walmart Greeters
Labor Reporter Paige Smith appeared on Surveillance to discuss the potential liability Walmart faces as it phases its iconic People Greeter position.
Loren Duggan on Debt Ceiling and Border Wall with Federal News Network
Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss the debt limit and the border wall, both of which will be up for discussion on Capitol Hill this week.
Dean Scott on the Green New Deal with Radio
Senior Climate Reporter Dean Scott appeared on Surveillance to discuss the nuts and bolts of the Green New Deal.
Emily Dooley on the Push For Salton Sea Restoration On Air Talk with Larry Mantle
Environment correspondent Emily Dooley appeared on Air Talk with Larry Mantle on a panel discussing the Salton Sea restoration.
Andrea Vittorio Previews Financial Services Hearing on Radio
Corporate governance reporter Andrea Vittorio appeared on Surveillance to preview a first-of-its-kind congressional panel focused on diversity in finance.
Jacquie Lee on AIDS Policy and The White House
Law Health Care Policy Reporter Jacquie Lee joined Surveillance today to discuss the Trump administration’s promise to end AIDS within 10 years at the same time it’s staying silent on complaints accusing insurers of unfair HIV drug coverage.
Travis Tritten On Trump’s Space Force with Radio
Senior Defense Reporter Travis Tritten appeared on Surveillance to discuss President Trump’s executive order to begin creating a Space Force.
Loren Duggan on Congress’s Agenda Upon Its Return from Recess on Federal News Network
Editorial Director Loren Duggan appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss Congress’s agenda upon its return from the current recess.
Michaela Ross on Border Deal With Radio
Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross was a guest on Bloomberg Surveillance where she weighed on whether President Trump would accept a bipartisan border deal that fell far short of his demands.
Laura Criste on Government’s IT Focus with Federal News Nework
Laura Criste, federal market analyst at Government, appeared on Federal Drive with Tom Temin and discussed the outlook for federal IT in 2019.
Rob Levinson and Megan Howard on Proposed Merger on Government Matters
Robert Levinson, senior defense analyst, and Megan Howard, legislative data analyst, appeared on ABC’s Government Matters to discuss the proposed merger of Defense Department and Veterans health systems, and why the proposal has some in Congress upset.
Cheryl Bolen On 2019 State of the Union with Radio
Cheryl Bolen, White House reporter for Government, was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed the highlights and key takeaways from last night’s State of the Union speech.
Donald Thomas Shares Outlook on 2019 with WashingtonExec
Government’s Vice President & General Manager of Government Contracting Donald Thomas shares his insights on the market in 2019 with WashingtonExec.
Loren Duggan Previews State of the Union with Federal News Network
Editorial Director Loren Duggan previewed last night’s State of the Union in an appearance on The Drive.
George Farrah on Checklists to Navigate Tax Reform with Tax Executive
Editorial Director George Farrah was interviewed by Tax Executive regarding best practices for corporate tax professionals to comply with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Greg Giroux on Fundraising for 2020 Senate Races with Radio
Elections reporter Greg Giroux appeared on Surveillance to discuss the millions of dollars in campaign contributions amassed by U.S. senators up for re-election in 2020. They Susan Collins (R-ME), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and John Cornyn (R-TX).
Alex Ruoff on Senate Hearings On Drug Pricing on Radio
Government healthcare reporter Alex Ruoff appeared on Surveillance where he discussed the first of many Senate Finance Committee hearings on drug pricing.
Chris Cornillie on IT Spending on Government Matters
Chris Cornillie appeared on ABC’s Government Matters and discussed FY18 federal IT spending and what its increase means for government technology.
Robert Iafolla on Seminal NLRB Ruling on The Takeaway
Law’s Robert Iafolla appeared on WNYC’s The Takeaway to discuss an NLRB ruling that redefines how it characterizes employees and independent contractors, narrowing an Obama-era ruling that would have made it easier for workers to seek federal protection.
Michaela Ross On Immigration-Related Spending with Radio
Homeland Security Reporter Michaela Ross discussed the sharp increase in federal contract spending for immigration enforcement and processing as a guest on Surveillance.
Paige Smith on Allegations Against Oracle on NPR
Labor Reporter Paige Smith appeared on San Francisco Bay area NPR member station KQED-FM to discuss allegations against Oracle that it underpaid women and minority workers and showed a preference for hiring certain visa-holders.
Paul Murphy on Shutdown’s Costs on Federal News Network
Washington, D.C.-area government contractors are feeling the impacts of the partial government shutdown and Government’s Paul Murphy has the story on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Loren Duggan on the Government Shutdown and the Week Ahead in Congress on Federal News Network
Congress was supposed to be on recess this week but that’s not happening as the government shutdown enters its second month. Loren Duggan appeared on The Drive to discuss the potential for a compromise to end the shutdown.
Alex Ruoff on Pending Battle Over Abortion Rights on Radio
Government’s Alex Ruoff appeared on Surveillance where he discussed House Democrats’ plans to challenge many of the Trump administration’s anti-abortion and conservative family planning policies, setting the stage for a battle with federal officials.
Jack Fitzpatrick on The Longest Government Shutdown in U.S. History with Radio
Budget Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Surveillance where he weighed in on the likelihood that President Trump declares a national emergency to get the funding for the U.S.-Mexico border wall and whether that will succeed – and end the current shutdown.
Kimberly Robinson On Supreme Court Happenings with SiriusXM
Law Supreme Court Reporter updated Sirius XM’s POTUS Channel on the latest developments at the court, including Justice Kavanaugh’s first opinion, noteworthy upcoming cases, and Justice Ginsburg’s absence.
Chris Cornillie on DoDs Use of Agile on Government Matters
Federal Technology Market Analyst Chris Cornillie was a guest on ABC TV’s Government Matters where he discussed the Department of Defense’s use of agile technology to reduce its backlog of security clearances.
Cheryl Bolen on The Border Wall and White House Turnover with Radio
White House Reporter Cheryl Bolen was a guest on Surveillance where she discussed President Trump’s Oval Office address on his $5.7 billion funding request for the border wall and the extensive turnover among senior White House staff.
Loren Duggan on Efforts To Reopen the Government on Federal News Network
Editorial Director Loren Duggan spoke with The Drive on House Democrats’ attempts to reopen closed agencies with the partial government shutdown in its third week.
Andrew Ramonas on Capital Market Impacts from the Shutdown with TV
SEC Reporter Andrew Ramonas appeared on Markets: What’d You Miss to discuss the impact of the partial government shutdown on the IPO market and the securities industry.
Andrew Ramonas on the Shutdown’s Impact on the Securities Market with TV
Law SEC reporter Andrew Ramonas appeared on Markets: What’d You Miss to discuss the impact of the partial government shutdown on the securities industry and the IPO market.
Jack Fitzpatrick on Democrats’ Efforts to End Shutdown with Radio
Jack Fitzpatrick appeared on Surveillance to discuss House Democrats’ plan to vote this week on four spending bills that would reopen the National Park Service, the IRS and other agencies in a bid to put the pressure on Republicans to end the standoff over border wall funds.
Nancy Ognanovich on the Partial Government Shutdown
Government Reporter Nancy Ognanovich appeared on C-SPAN and ABC’s Government Matters to discuss the impact of the partial government shutdown and Democrats’ efforts to reopen the government.