Congress to Cubicle engages public and private sector leaders in creating solutions for a more efficient and effective government. Sometimes controversial, always relatable, listeners will walk away believing change is possible even when that means challenging the system.
Budget Reform Featuring Dan Chenok
How is the federal budget determined? This week Steve Goodrich speaks with Dan Chenok, Executive Director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government on budget reform. Listen to their thoughts on what can be done to make the process more efficient....
Procurement Reform Featuring Soraya Correa
What is your current procurement process? Host Steve Goodrich speaks with Soraya Correa, Chief Procurement Officer at U.S. Department of Homeland Security on how procurement reform can become more innovative and efficient. Learn how bringing industry to...
Ten Essential Reforms Needed at the VA Featuring David J. Shulkin
Though there has been significant progress in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the system is far from perfect. Ninth Secretary of the VA, David J. Shulkin, M.D. talks with host Steve Goodrich about the essential reforms needed to better...
The High Risk List Featuring Christopher J. Mihm
Will your agency be on this year's High Risk List Report? Steve Goodrich, President and CEO of The Center for Organizational Excellence and Chris Mihm, Managing Director, Strategic Issues of U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) have a...
The Future of America featuring David M. Walker
Will America still be a superpower in 2040? Steve Goodrich, President and CEO of The Center for Organizational Excellence and David M. Walker, Former U.S. Comptroller General have a conversation on what America needs to do in order to remain a superpower.
The Presidential Transition featuring Max Stier
Are you ready for the new Administration? Hear from Steve Goodrich, President and CEO of The Center for Organizational Excellence and Max Stier, President and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service on how your government agency can remain efficient...