Mar 29, 2019
Angela Colter talks how new technology is not always in focus in modernizing government systems, and that taking into account the process and user needs should be any organization's foundation. The head of the General Service Administration's 18F office discusses her strategic vision for IT services and recruitment over...
Mar 4, 2019
Dr. Neil Evans, an active clinician to veterans, discusses how he became involved in efforts with improving services to veterans by increasing access to care using digital health technologies
Dec 20, 2018
This episode features Sezin Palmer, mission area executive for National Health for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Palmer uses her education in engineering to revolutionize health, so that one day people won't have to go to a medical facility to know what's going on in their bodies. Her first role at
Dec 6, 2018
This episode features Steve Blank, entrepreneur, founder of the Lean Startup movement and original Silicon Valley-er. Blank founded eight companies and authored two books about executing startup business models. Although he retired in 1999, he hasn't stopped spreading his knowledge and experiences by teaching...
Dec 3, 2018
This episode features Nick Psaki, Pure Storage's U.S. Public Sector CTO. Pure Storage is a technology company helping the government build a better world with data, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Psaki is helping lead these efforts. He joined us to talk about how he went from working with the Army's top...