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Macro economist Dean Baker and Jay Ackroyd discuss the role public sector unions have played in the labor movement, wage rates, pensions and economic growth and income equality Baker is an American macroeconomist and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research.
Tonight we will examine just how corrupt our public sector really is. From law enforcement to public schools . . . to government and all of their agencies to the medical community!
Civil forfeiture is a growing business among law enforcement. Close to $3 Billion since 9/11 to be exact. What was designed to reign in on the drug dealers laundering their money has turned into anyone on the street with cash can be a target. No warrents. No Indictments. No arrests. And No charges filed. Hows that for fighting crime eh?
Close to 70,000 Americans have been a victim of this practice and its only getting worse. Companies who train police have been pushing for cash seizures and the money keeps flowing in.
Couple that with our SWAT teams, which are now being used as a first response rather than the last resort to any situation, regardless if SWAT is really needed. More often than not, with only a "tip" as their probable cause to crash down your door, take your property and in some cases shoot you. We no longer need warrents to have our property siezed. We no longer need due-process to be found guilty.
The end of the summer marks the beginning of the federal buying season, when CIOs utilize their remaining budgets to invest in technologies that can help their agencies operate more effectively and efficiently. To learn more about the different technologies federal agencies are looking to implement with their budget dollars, we spoke with Sean Berg, Vice President, Public Sector at Polycom, and James Copperthite, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at VSGi. During our discussion, we spoke about why UC solutions were hot ticket items this year, and how the "Workplace of the Future" could become a reality in today's federal agencies.
Today's public sector workplace is much different than it was even five years ago. Technologies are fundamentally shifting the way people work, where they work and how their collaborate an connect with their coworkers and associates.
In this episode of the Public Sector View Radio, Greg Zweig, the Director of Solutions Marketing at Genband, and Chuck Griesser, a Public Sector Business Development Manager at Polycom, join the program to discuss how today’s advanced telephony and Unified Communications solutions are ushering in the “workplace of the future” in the public sector, and how these technologies could be more accessible than folks realize.
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Today we are speaking with Aaron Cornfeld, Group Vice President of Sales Engineering for Oracle Public Sector, and Geoff Green, Vice President of Business Development for Oracle Public Sector. This is part two in a series of interviews and we will be covering the “Oracle on Oracle” story and Oracle Storage solutions.
Dr. J. E. Carthron, host of Better Public Schools for America will be discussing "Working to Change Public Schools", with his special guest and they will speak on the following points:
How to increase the teachers expectation for your child.
How to help your child have their best year ever in school.
We will also be taking call in questions and comments from across the county.
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, for a profound episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, January 31, 2016 @ 5:30 p.m. CST. I'll give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and tell information regarding landmark legislation on the right to assemble for prayer in public places. Our focal topic for today is, "Petitioning for Public Prayer," and we will talk about ways that we as Christians can insist and demand to exercise our legal right and duty to pray in public. Tune in for this powerful, spiritually enriching show!
Polycom recently announced that two of its unified communications products - VVX Business Media Phone and the CX8000 room system - have received certifications to be listed on DISA’s Unified Communications Approved Product List (UC APL). These solutions also completed testing with Microsoft Lync 2013.
To discuss the military use cases for these technologies, the relationship between Microsoft and Polycom, and what that relationship means for the military, we sat down to talk with Robert Birch, the Microsoft Alliance Manager for Public Sector at Polycom.
During our conversation, Robert discussed what the JITC certification process involves and what certification means. He also shared insights into how these technologies can help empower a more connected and collaborative warfighter.
As evidenced by the recent data breach that impacted OPM and - as a result - over 14 million government employees, cybersecurity remains one of the single biggest challenges impacting government agencies and their IT departments today.
When most people think of technology investments for improving cybersecurity and protecting government networks, they think about firewalls, intrusion detection, and network access control. Very rarely do they think of video teleconferencing.
In this episode of the Public Sector View Radio, Polycom's Tia Crawford joins the program live from the show floor of the AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium to discuss the current threat landscape impacting government agencies and the role that VTC plays in cybersecurity.
Russ Colbert, the Director of US Federal Government Solutions at Polycom and a member of the board for the Federal Government Distance Learning Association, joins the program to discuss the new generation of UC solutions announced by Polycom, and the role that they can play in facilitating the workforce of the future across the government.
Some 88 out of 97 schools in Detroit closed recently after teachers called in sick in protest of rodent and mold problems. There are complaints of an odious smell of mold and mildew that hits you like a ton of bricks when you step through the front doors at Spain Elementary-Middle School in Detroit. Once a school any city would be proud to have in its district. Today, it’s the poster child for neglect and indifference to a quality teaching and learning environment for some 500 students.
The gym is closed because half of the floor is buckled and the other half suffered so much rainwater damage from the dripping ceiling that it became covered with toxic black mold. Instead of professionally addressing the problem, a black tarp simply was placed over the entire area. That area of the school has since been condemned.
The once beautiful pool sits empty because no one has come to fix it. The playground is off-limits because a geyser of searing hot steam explodes out of the ground.
Exposed wires hang from missing ceiling tiles. Watermarks from leaks abound. Kids either sit in freezing classrooms with their coats on or strip off layers because of stifling heat.
Complaints to Darnell Earley, the emergency manager over the Detroit Public Schools have seemingly fallen on deaf ears.
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