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Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast
Ep. 425 - Failing Medicare Advantage plans; can there be a substitute?

Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 33:41


MA plans save tons of money using two special tools:             Authorization and Utilization Review In Canada this is called "Rationing Care" and you won't like it! Contact me at: DBJ@MLMMailbag.com (Most severe critic: A+)   Inspired by: "MEDICARE FOR THE LAZY MAN 2022; Simplest & Easiest Guide Ever!" on Amazon.com. Return to leave a short customer review & help future readers. Official website: https://www.MedicareForTheLazyMan.com

Franklin (MA) Matters
FM #891 - Town Council Quarterbacking - 12/01/22

Franklin (MA) Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 29:34


This shares my conversation with Town Council Chair Tom Mercer. This is one of a series of conversations meant to provide a recap of the prior Council meeting. Akin to one of the many sports post-game analysis broadcasts we are familiar with in New England, this would be a discussion focused on the Franklin Town Council meeting of Nov 30, 2022: ok, what just happened? What does it mean for Franklin residents and taxpayers?We cover the following key topics8. PRESENTATIONS / DISCUSSIONa. Presentation: Elks Riders Donation to Veterans' Services Department6. HEARINGS - 7:00 pma. Franklin Tax Classification Hearingb. Resolution 22-77: Tax Classification Residential Factorc. Resolution 22-78: Tax Classification Open Space Exemptiond. Resolution 22-79: Tax Classification Small Business Exemptione. Resolution 22-80: Tax Classification Residential Property Exemptionf. Resolution 22-81: Tax Classification Senior Means Tested Exemptiong. Resolution 22-82: Declaration of Town-owned Property Containing “South Franklin Congregational Meeting House” Located at 762 Washington Street as Surplus and Authorization for Disposition (Sale) to Old Colony Habitat for Humanityh. Resolution 22-83: Downtown Parking Lot Kiosks Authorization i. Resolution 22-84: 2023 Town Council Meeting Schedulek. Resolution 22-85: Public Property Naming & Memorial Installation PolicyOur conversation runs about 28 minutes:Links to the meeting agenda and associated documents released for this meeting are included in the show notes. Let's listen to this session of Town Council Quarterbacking recorded Dec 1, 2022--------------Meeting agenda and documents released for this session ->https://www.franklinma.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif6896/f/agendas/nov_30_town_council_agenda.pdfWatch the Franklin.TV video replay on YouTube -> https://youtu.be/FXWkMcix63sMy notes in one threaded PDF documenthttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1uTxaQe3MXLug8od6xq5C_bqLzbDLoEjY/view?usp=share_link My 4 key tax rate charts as discussed in this sessionhttps://www.franklinmatters.org/2022/11/good-news-tax-rate-is-going-down.html--------------We are now producing this in collaboration with Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm) or 102.9 on the Franklin area radio dial. This podcast is my public service effort for Franklin but we can't do it alone. We can always use your help.How can you help?If you can use the information that you find here, please tell your friends and neighborsIf you don't like something here, please let me knowThrough this feedback loop we can continue to make improvements. I thank you for listening.For additional information, please visit Franklinmatters.org/ or

Foundation Fighting Blindness
SparingVision Receives Authorization to Launch US Clinical Trial for its Cone-Preserving Treatment

Foundation Fighting Blindness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 2:52


The emerging therapy is designed to work independent of the mutated gene causing retinitis pigmentosa

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Minnesota Nurses Association to vote on second strike authorization

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 9:39


Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Friday, November 18, 2022.  The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.

Upper Merion Board of Supervisors Meetings
BOS Meeting - November 10, 2022

Upper Merion Board of Supervisors Meetings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 167:59


UPPER MERION TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORSNOVEMBER 10, 2022 MEETING ~ 7:30 PMAGENDA1. Meeting Called to Order.0:00:202. Pledge of Allegiance.0:00:363. Roll Call.0:01:034. Meeting Minutes: September 1, 2022 – Zoning WorkshopSeptember 8, 2022 – Business MeetingOctober 13, 2022 - Workshop0:01:405. Chairman’s Comments:0:05:406. New Business:A. Proclamation – Small Business Saturday0:07:53B. Public Hearing - Conditional Use Hearing – Brandywine Operating Partnership, LLC., 650 Park Avenue. Applicant is requesting a Conditional Use to permit an addition on the property at 650 Park Avenue, to be constructed with a height of 60’ in excess of the 50’ maximum requirement for properties less than 4 acres in the KPMU Zoning District. The applicant is also requesting a modification of the 2019 Conditional Use approval to remove a retail use condition of approval to permit a single use tenant research & development use on the property.0:33:11C. Public Hearing – Conditional Use Hearing – Brandywine Operating Partnership, LLC., 631 Park Avenue. Applicant is requesting a Conditional Use to permit an accessory garage structure to be constructed on the property at 631 Park Avenue, with a height of 60’ in excess of the 50’ maximum requirement for properties less than 4 acres in the KPMU Zoning District.0:48:20D. Consent Agenda re:1. Resolution 2022-43 re: Reducing Police Officers’ Contributions to the Police Pension Plan for the Year 2023 to 4%2. Land Development Plan Review Extension – 411 Swedeland Road, Discovery Labs. Accept letter of extension from Discovery Labs for the review of the proposed Land Development Plan through January 31, 2023.3. Land Development Plan Review Extension – 450 W. Beidler Road. Accept letter of extension from 215 Windsor LLC for the review of the proposed Land Subdivision Development Plan through December 8, 2022.4. Land Development Plan Review Extension – Mancill Mill Road Company. Accept letter of extension from Mancill Mill Road Company for the review of the proposed Warehouse Land Development Plan through January 31, 2023.5. Land Development Plan Review Extension – Exeter 555 Flint Hill Road. Accept letter of extension from Exeter 555 Flint Hill, LLC. for the review of the proposed Warehouse Land Development Plan.6. Conditional Use Application Extension – 1100 First Avenue. Accept letter of extension from Royale Garden LP, 1100 First Avenue for the scheduling of the conditional use hearing through December 31, 2022.7. Authorization to Advertise Conditional Use Hearing – Royal Garden, LP., 1100 First Avenue. Authorization to set and advertise a public hearing at the December 8, 2022 Business meeting on the Conditional Use application of Royal Garden, LP., 1100 First Avenue to permit the construction of multi-family apartments, structured parking garage and sidewalk construction variances on the KPMU Zoned property.8. Citizen Board Appointment – Environmental Advisory Council.9. Payment Certificate for Phase 2 of the First Avenue Linear Park Phase II Project to Road-Con, Inc. in the amount of $249,123.15 for work to date on the First Avenue Linear Park Phase II Project.10. Authorization for the Township Manager to sign Real Estate Tax Settlement Stipulation for KOP Hospitality, LLC, 440 American Avenue, for the tax years 2021-2022 resulting in the overpayment of real estate taxes in the amount of $8,287.66.11. Authorization for the Township Solicitor to sign ZHB Appeal Settlement Stipulation – JL & CK Holdings, LLC, Intervenor Lux Skin & Lasers, Inc. 731 W. Dekalb Pike.12. Financial Escrow Security Release No. 1, Phase 3- Stonebridge at Upper Merion Subdivision, Dekalb Pike–

Professionally Evil Perspective
Are you there God? It's THE Kevin Johnson

Professionally Evil Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 24:10


Today on The Professionally Evil Perspective, join Kevin and Nathan for discussion and questions surrounding identity and it's validation. Got suggestions, complaints, or feedback? Tell us at podcast@secureideas.com or reach out on Twitter: @sweaney@darth_kevin @secureideas or find us on Mastadon: @secureideas Join our Professionally Evil Slack Team at www.professionallyevil.com Our real jobs pay for our time to do this, so if you have opportunities around penetration testing or risk management, we'd love the chance to work with you!

Bethany Billings Audio Podcasts

What is the Great Commission?A Command to go into all the world - (Matt. 28:18-19)Authorization to teach Christian Doctrines - (Matt.28 19-:20)A relationship to “the end of the age” - (Matt. 28:20)

Curito Connects
Mindfully Aware with Marta Magdalena

Curito Connects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 53:41


Jenn speaks to Marta Magdalena, co-founder with her husband John Tattva of Ashtanga Nilayam, Singapore. Marta's journey took her from Poland, to being a former architect in Berlin running her own ashtanga yoga shala back in 2010 visiting India yearly to now residing in Singapore since 2018. She shares her early encounters with yoga, choices in career path, how meeting her husband was one of the boldest move she has made in her life, what her yoga path continues to teach her even through her entire pregnancy journey! (Recorded on March 22, 2022). About Marta:Marta is a dedicated yoga practitioner and teacher granted with Level 2 Authorization from Sharath Jois to teach Astanga Yoga. She has a daily self-practice of asana and meditation and almost 15 years of experience on the mat.Through her own history of injuries, Marta developed a sense of compassion and understanding towards the students with limited physical abilities. While working with athletes and clients from various sports' backgrounds, she learned how to incorporate the knowledge of human body and anatomy, to provide the students with healthy and personalized practice.Influenced by the spiritual teachers, among others Thich Nhat Hanh, BKS Iyengar and S.N. Goenka, Marta has been for almost a decade inspiring and motivating her students to change their attitude towards life through the disciplined daily yoga practice. She's also passionate about Ayurveda and constantly studies to understand more about the connection between one's mind, body and soul.Episode Resources:WebsiteAshtanga Nilayam IGMarta's IGThe Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Service Drive Revolution with Chris Collins
Repair Authorization Issues

Service Drive Revolution with Chris Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 14:38


In today's drive by, Chris and Coach Christian talk about repair authorizations and diagnosis. This is a heavily debated topic inside the automotive industry, specifically the dealership world, and Service Advisors are just divided on what to do. Chris talks about how we can build customer trust when we give them the right service they are looking for. Figuring out what to say to your customers is the most important step in giving them the correct services they are looking for. As Service Advisors, Chris has his own opinions on selling diagnosis and getting repair authorizations, we want to know where you stand in this conversation. Special Discount on Our OnDemand Training - https://bit.ly/Ondemand-Special-offer Schedule a 15-minute intro call with our team to find out how Chris Collins Signature Coaching can grow your bottom line.  http://bit.ly/CCIschedule Got a question? Call us at 1-833-3-ASK-SDR Grab our best selling books for your team: Your 90-Day roadmap to your best Fixed-Ops month ever starts here: http://bit.ly/ISM_yt Millionaire Service Advisor also includes our 11-step Circle of Trust System: http://bit.ly/MSA_yt Join our Facebook Groups: For Fixed Ops -- http://bit.ly/YTfixedopsgroup For Independent Shop Owners -- http://bit.ly/YTRSOSgroup

AJC
11/1/22: Delta pilots complete voting on strike authorization ballot...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 4:04


Delta pilots complete voting on strike authorization ballot; Schierbaum named Atlanta's new police chief; Kemp leads Abrams, deadlocked Senate race; Atlanta Medical Center's final goodbye

Revenue Cycle Optimized
Increasing Authorization Approvals And Reduce Auth-Related Denials

Revenue Cycle Optimized

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 35:01


Prior authorizations continue to be a top source of denials. Learn the latest authorization best practices and improve results, with Navaneeth Nair, Infinx Chief Product Officer.

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots
E23: Strike Authorization from a Family Perspective

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 21:16


On this episode of Engage, First Officer Ryan Argenta hosts a discussion with Delta pilot family members who have gone through a strike, and those that have not. He answers questions about what resources are available to pilots and their families during a strike and discusses the "return on investment" from a strong strike authorization vote. Click here to visit the Strike Center Family Awareness page. This page has a series of Frequently Asked Questions and features the ability for Delta family members to sign up to receive pertinent, useful information in their email inbox.

airhacks.fm podcast with adam bien
Captain Primak Meets Clustered Singletons

airhacks.fm podcast with adam bien

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 70:50


An airhacks.fm conversation with Lenny Primak (@lprimak) about: previous appearance of lenny on airhacks: "#137 (fake) reactive programming, project loom, chunked IO", the airhacks.tv show, captains and first officers, Payara's Clustered Singleton EJB singletons and clusters, JBoss HA-Singleton, Paxos algorithm, JSR-223, Hazelcast partitioning, hazelcast metrics, hazelcast's DataSerializable, Apache Shiro commitment, Benjamin Marwell as guest on "#181 Java Authentication and Authorization with Apache Shiro", Apache Tapestry ships with own dependency injection framework, Securing Web Applications with Apache Shiro, Cesna Citation CJ4, Lenny Primak on twitter: @lprimak

KPFA - Pushing Limits
Vote for Your LIfe -Pushing Limits – October 21, 2022

KPFA - Pushing Limits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 29:58


Nick Feldman arrested in a 2009 protest with a sign “Feel the Power of the Disability Vote.”. Photo by Steve Rhodes, courtesy of Disability Rights California and UDWA   The weather's getting colder, November's drawing near, and you know by your full mailbox the SPOOOOOOOOKY season is here!   Today, the Pushing Limits crew sketches some state and local issues with a LEETLE Federal spice, and tell you which measures are naughty and which nice. Our web site has goodies to make you more wise, and inoculate you against tricks and the evil surprise.         Konstantine Anthony Konstantine Anthony, Chair of the California Democratic Party's Disabilities Caucus, is soon to be Mayor of Berbank and the first openly autistic mayor in the US. He'll walk us through state propositions of interest to people with disabilities. Eddie Ytuarte will talk about local housing measures in Alameda County. Sheela Gunn-Cushman hosts, and will tell you why you are seeing one Federal Senate seat TWICE on your ballot, and why you may not be in the district you thought you were in. (Yes, the lines HAVE moved!) Mark Romoser and Josh Elwood contributed production help to this program.         Resources Affordable Housing on East Bay Ballots Recommendations from East Bay Housing Organizations Voter Guide has got you covered. ‌ Over on their YouTube channel, you can watch their Endorsed Ballot Measures Forum as well as candidate forums with candidates for Alameda County District 3 Supervisor and Oakland Mayor. Check out their Elections Hub for voter information and information about how to get involved. Say yes to affordable housing: YES Berkeley Measure L YES Berkeley Measure M YES Berkeley Measure N YES Oakland Measure Q YES Oakland Measure U YES Oakland Measure V Oakland Ballot Measures Measure Q – Article 34 Authorization.  Preapproves the construction or acquisition of 13,000 affordable homes. Measure U – Infrastructure Bond. An $850M infrastructure bond which includes $350M for affordable housing. Measure V – Just Cause Expansion.  Further extends eviction protections to residents of RVs, school aged children and teachers, and more. Berkeley Ballot Measures Measure L – Infrastructure Bond.  A $650 million dollar bond, which includes $200 million for affordable housing. Measure M – Vacancy Tax. Taxes property owners who keep non-exempt homes vacant for more than six months in a year. Measure N – Article 34 Authorization.  Preapproves the construction or acquisition of 3,000 low-rent homes. How to Help Commit just thirty minutes this month or ten hours a week. 1)  Table for Oakland's Measure U.  Hosted by Safe Street Advocates at the Grand Lake Farmer's Market on Saturdays and the Temescal Farmers Market on Sundays. Shifts are 9 AM–2 PM.  Sign Up to Table 2) Lawn Sign for Oakland Measure U.  Don't have any time, but still want to help out? Email angelina@ebho.org to have a free lawn sign for Measure U delivered to your doorstep. 3)   Canvass for Oakland Measures Q & V.  Hosted by Care 4 Community Action. Shifts are held at 10 AM on Saturdays and Sundays and 5:30 PM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Sign Up to Canvass 4)  Phone Bank for Berkeley Measure L.  Co-hosted by EBHO on Thursdays from 6-8 PM at Campaign HQ, 2026 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley.  Email Angelina at angelina@ebho.org to sign up! 5)   Volunteer for Measure M.   The Measure M campaign is offering several ways to get involved including canvassing, voter outreach, and delivering yard signs.  Sign Up to Volunteer Call & Text for Measure M  Every Wednesday Night for calls and texting at 2025 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley.  More Information. Hear from the Candidates Watch the Alameda County District 3 Forum Watch the Oakland Mayoral Forum What do your candidates say about affordable housing?  Click here to read what candidates for Alameda County District 3 Supervisor, Oakland Mayor, Oakland City Council, Berkeley City Council, San Leandro Mayor, and San Leandro City Council give as their positions on housing and homelessness.   Urban Habitat Voters Guide This guide overlaps with some of the advice above, as you would imagine, but it covers other issues and races as well.  It even has a recommendation for Healdsburg voters way up in the North Bay. How Pete's Voting Community Activist Pete Woiwode: “How Pete's Voting” Pete has opinions on a ton of local ballot measures and city council races and much, much more.   You may not agree with him on everything but his frank, concise voting guide is well worth some attention. ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌  ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ The post Vote for Your LIfe -Pushing Limits – October 21, 2022 appeared first on KPFA.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
On its 20th Anniversary, the Iraq War Authorization Has Got to Go

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 11:08


20 years ago this week, Congress approved George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq with the AUMF... AKA the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force. Since then, presidents have used the AUMF to justify military strikes not authorized by Congress. But could it be coming to an end soon? Olivier Knox from the Washington Post breaks down how some lawmakers are trying to repeal it and take back Congress' war powers.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Voice in the Wilderness
Emergency Use Authorization

The Voice in the Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 3:05


Numbers and Letters. Beast software. Economic squeeze. CDC votes on children. #podcast #podcasting #ChristianradioMore at https://www.thevoiceinthewilderness.org/

My Amazon Guy
Best Product Launch Strategies at My Amazon Guy FBA Weekly Q&A - with Jason Mastromatteo 09.02.2022

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 96:09


Best Product Launch Strategies 00:00 Introduction10:38 Account suspension13:10 How to shift targets from Auto campaigns to Manual? 13:55 ​Which keywords should the parent's title focus 14:56 Methodology for managing stock to prevent stock out?​17:07 How often do you post on Amazon posts18:04 Search term report 19:08 ​Shopify Dropshipping VS Amazon Online Arbitrage 20:27 Text character limit for Brand Story and A+ Content​20:51 There's no way to remove Amazon from selling used or returned products.22:38 MAG files trademark applications for UK sellers.23:15 PPC campaigns evaluation and bids strategy25:13 ​Process to sell in the UK as a huge Amazon US seller.​25:47 What is the best way to launch beauty products26:41 How to create of promo.28:44 Access to Premium A+ content criteria30:10 ​How to increase impression count?30:47 ​How to best market/launch a product34:56 Product Variation/Parentage36:40 ​Sponsored display vs sponsored brand campaigns vs sponsored products.​38:26 How to increase IPI score​40:16 Parentage/Variation40:46 Attribution Links​43:25 Get a full update45:24 ​Include Catalog of products and Brand story to product inserts  46:06 Enroll the parent only to Vine if the products are in parentage46:31 To compete against a close competitor that keeps reducing prices. You need to             demonstrate the  value of the  brand of the product​49:41 Amazon category restriction51:06 ​All sales velocity increase the organic rankings51:43 Trademark, Brand Register, and Brand name change​52:59 Amazon bidding strategies and Broad Modifier KWs54:06 Make sure the listing is attractive with highly relevant keywords55:51 Best launch strategies01:00:02 Marketplace issue could be bad targeting or PPC or KW01:01:25 ​Change of Category​01:02:01 A lot of categories especially auto parts get extra bullet points 01:04:01 Best launch product strategies​01:05:21 ​Error when changing GS1 UPC.01:06:38 ​Access to Global Permissions 01:07:52 NARF only works for US Marketplace to CA, not CA to US01:08:25 How long is the Honeymoon period?01:08:41 ​Product Image Gallery section in the mobile view not showing​01:09:06 Auto Campaigns, Keyword Targeting & ASIN targeting01:09:24 ​Amazons customers & questions removal request01:10:24 Premium A+ Content for additional video and images01:12:17 ​Use exact match highly relevant high search volume keywords01:14:07 Manufacturer's barcodes01:15:00 Invoice and a Letter of Authorization for Amazon's approval to sell a brand01:16:33 Cannot merge the listings with the same product, duplicate ASINs01:21:02 Product Warranty concern01:21:50 Attribution links work for other marketplaces as well 01:22:02 Keyword ranking issue on Amazon Germany. ​01:23:44 Words prohibited on Amazon like weight loss01:25:06 ​Amazon cramped down restocking limits in preparation for Q401:26:29 Create Removal order randomly01:27:21 How transfer US stores and brand story to other countries?01:28:59 ​Honeymoon period to the additional Variation of the Parent01:29:43 Only run campaign to your most popular child01:29:53 Do Social Media promo code for Amazon01:31:10 Apply at My Amazon Guy careers section01:32:04 VC inventory upload can still be updated manually.                 Check your permissions if you cant manually edit it. 01:34:22 ​Apply at My Amazon Guy and go to careersSupport the show

Skyrim Book Club
Mages Guild Authorization

Skyrim Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 0:41


Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots
Engage Update: Probationary Pilots and Strike Authorization

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 2:02


In this Engage update, First Officer Ryan Argenta clarifies the strike authorization vote as it pertains to pilots currently on probation and those pilots who were on probation as of 0800 EDT on September 29, 2022. (Recorded October 3, 2022)

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Where is the North Dakota Ethics Commission?

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 14:57


We need your help to call out North Dakota legislators! Let's make sure our legislators get called out for these violations. As promised, here are the violations:  48-01.2-15. Appropriations may not be diverted. .48-01.2-07. Opening of bids - Award of contract...48-01.2-25. Authorization of expansion of public improvements by legislative assembly or budget section...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Tyler and Joel encourage complaint forms to ND Ethics Commission

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 15:05


09/30/22: Joel Heitkamp and Tyler Axness sit down together to talk about a state audit regarding a nearly $2 million cost overrun on a building in Bismarck leased by the North Dakota Attorney General's Office. The audit found that Republican State Rep. Jason Dockter of Bismarck is a co-owner of the building, and extensive remodeling was done by a company also co-owned by Dockter, which does not have a contractor's license. Fill out your complaint form to the Ethics Commission here.  ___________ 54-17.2-13. Resolutions for evidences of indebtedness authorized - Maximum amount outstanding - Legislative approval required. The commission may at any time provide by resolution for the issuance of evidences of indebtedness for the purpose of paying all or any part of the cost of one or any combination of projects; provided, however, that no project may be leased by the commission to the state, nor any evidences of indebtedness be sold to raise the funds for payment, acquisition, or construction of a project until the legislative assembly by law authorizes the specific project or projects and declares the project or projects to be in the public interest.   (BUILDING AUTHORITY) 48-01.2-15. Appropriations may not be diverted. No portion of any special appropriation for the erection of any public improvement, or for the doing of any work, may be drawn from the state treasury in advance of the work being completed or of the materials furnished. The funds may be drawn only upon proper estimates approved by the governing body of the institution for which the improvement is being constructed. No portion of any appropriation for any purpose may be drawn from the treasury before the appropriation is required for the purpose for which it is made, and no appropriation that is or may be made for any purpose with respect to the construction or improvement may be drawn or used for any other purpose until the construction or improvement for which the appropriation was made is fully completed and paid for  (APPROPRIATIONS MAY NOT BE DIVERTED)  48-01.2-07. Opening of bids - Award of contract. At the time and place specified in the notice, a governing body or its designated agent shall open publicly and read aloud each responsible bid received. The governing body shall award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder. A governing body may reject any and all bids and readvertise for bids if no bid is satisfactory or if the governing body determines any agreement has been entered by the bidders or others to prevent competition. The governing body may advertise for new bids in accordance with this chapter until a satisfactory bid is received.   (BIDS FOR IMPROVEMENTS)  48-01.2-25. Authorization of expansion of public improvements by legislative assembly or budget section. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a state agency or institution may not significantly change or expand a public improvement beyond what has been approved by the legislative assembly unless the legislative assembly approves the change or expansion of the project or any additional expenditure for the project. During the time the legislative assembly is not in session, and unless otherwise restricted by previous legislative action or other law, the budget section may approve a change or expansion or any additional expenditure for the project. However, the budget section may not approve a change, expansion, or additional expenditure for the project during the six months preceding the convening of a regular session or during the three months following the close of a regular session except for changes in project scope and related additional expenditures resulting from an unforeseen emergency event. Any request considered by the budget section must comply with section 54-35-02.9. For the purposes of this section, a significant change or expansion includes the construction of an addition to a building, including skywalks or other type of enclosed walkway, or any other substantial increase in the area of the building, but does not include the construction of building entrances and stairwells  (AUTHORITY FOR IMPROVEMENTS)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots
E18: Prioritize This - Delta Pilots Strike Authorization

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 30:19


The Delta MEC is preparing for a strike authorization vote from Delta pilots. This is where individual pilots have the opportunity to collectively tell Delta management to get serious at the table by voting to give authorization to the MEC to call a strike should management continue to stall at the negotiating table. On this episode of Engage, host First Officer Ryan Argenta speaks with Capt. Jason Ambrosi, MEC Chairman, Capt. Bill Bartels, ALPA Executive Vice President, and Capt. Ben Wallander, former UNA and NYC 737 Captain. The group discusses further education, perspective, and information for pilots, especially relative new hires, on what it means to vote in favor of a strike, how it impacts pilots and their families on a personal level, and the resources available to pilots from ALPA. Negotiators' Notepad - Sept 12, 2022: https://dal.alpa.org/tabid/571/articleid=6729 MEC Letter to Management - Welcome to Next Time: https://dal.alpa.org/Portals/1/Documents/committees/communications/other/MEC-Unity-Statement-Negotiations-20220909.pdf Chairman's Letter - Sept 26, 2022: https://dal.alpa.org/tabid/571/articleid=6796 (Recorded September 22, 2022)

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts
User Fee Authorization Awaits Congressional Action

Pharma Intelligence Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 20:05


Understand the history, journey, and implications of the Prescription Drug Fee User Act (PDFUA) as it approaches its deadline for renewal.

Daily Local News – WFHB
Indiana Grad Workers Vote ‘No' on Strike Authorization

Daily Local News – WFHB

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 10:23


On September 25th, the Indiana Graduate Workers Coalition voted ‘no' on strike authorization with a 91 percent majority. The union voted ‘yes' on setting a future strike date if negotiations with the university fail.  To provide insight into the graduate workers union, WFHB News spoke with Anne Kavalerchik, member of the Coordinating Committee for the …

AWS Bites
52. Authentication for a CLI app with Cognito - Live coding PART 5

AWS Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 129:25


This is a special episode recorded live during a live coding session on YouTube (2022-09-21). The audio-only experience might not be the best one, so if you are curious to see the video and enjoy our diagrams and screen sharing, please check this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TzfkbisMEA. How can you build a WeTransfer or a Dropbox Transfer clone on AWS? This is our fifth live coding stream. In this episode, we continued adding some security to our application. Specifically, we implemented 75% of the OAuth 2 device flow on top of AWS Cognito to allow our file upload CLI application to get some credentials. In order to implement this flow, we need to store some secrets. We decided to use DynamoDB and spent a lot of time discussing our data design and how and why we used the famous and controversial DynamoDB single table design principle. All our code is available in this repository: https://github.com/awsbites/weshare.click In this episode we mentioned the following resources: OAuth 2 Device Auth flow RFC8628: https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc8628 The DynamoDB book by Alex DeBrie: https://www.dynamodbbook.com/ LevelDB: https://github.com/google/leveldb OAuth 2 Authorization framework RFC6749: https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc6749 You can listen to AWS Bites wherever you get your podcasts: - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aws-bites/id1585489017 - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Lh7PzqBFV6yt5WsTAmO5q - Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy82YTMzMTJhMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== - Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/aws-bites - RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/6a3312a0/podcast/rss Do you have any AWS questions you would like us to address? Leave a comment here or connect with us on Twitter: - https://twitter.com/eoins - https://twitter.com/loige #AWS #livecoding #transfer

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)
Zen Teacher Authorization

Rochester Zen Center Teisho (Zen Talks)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 54:17


A look at the sanctioning next month of Donna Kowal and at my stepping aside, featuring Case 40 in the Mumonkan, “Kicking Over the Water Bottle.” Teisho by Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede. The post Zen Teacher Authorization appeared first on Rochester Zen Center.

A New Morning
Kaleida healthcare workers resoundingly approve strike authorization vote - CWA Area Director Debbie Hayes

A New Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 9:42


A New Morning
Reaction to Kaleida healthcare workers strike authorization vote - Labor relations specialist Art Wheaton

A New Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 8:15


930in716
Labor relations specialist Art Wheaton reacts to Kaleida healthcare workers voting to approve a strike authorization

930in716

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 18:30


A New Morning
Strike authorization voting begins for Kaleida healthcare workers - Jim Scordato

A New Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 8:42


Identity At The Center
#170 - Fine Grained Authorization with Andres Aguiar

Identity At The Center

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 47:59


Jim and Jeff talk with Andres Aguiar, Product & Engineering Leader with Okta, about Fine Grained Authorization (FGA), OpenFGA, and where they fit in the authorization landscape. Connect with Andres on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaguiar/ Learn more about OpenFGA: https://openfga.dev/ Google Zanzibar Academy: https://zanzibar.academy/ 1Kosmos Webinar Link: https://www.1kosmos.com/event/mfa-tried-to-fix-passwords-but-how-do-we-fix-mfa/ Authenticate 2022: https://authenticatecon.com/event/authenticate-2022-conference/ Oktane 2022: https://www.okta.com/oktane22/ Connect with Jim and Jeff on LinkedIn here: Jim McDonald: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmcdonaldpmp/ Jeff Steadman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffsteadman/ Visit the show at www.IdentityAtTheCenter.com, follow @IDACPodcast on Twitter, and check out our live streams at www.idac.live

Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break
Episode 26 Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break Podcast - Emergency Medical Care, Ca-16 & Optum PBM

Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 20:19


Federal Workers Compensation Coffee Break Podcast is about all things related to Federal Workers Compensation, FECA, OWCP, DOL & Longshore claim filing as an injured federal worker.  The podcast is an educational and informative training on how to navigate the DOL -OWCP claims filing process for all types of injured US government and federal workers. The podcaster has 27 years in assisting with federal workers compensation as a consultant and trainer. The podcast is free and is educational. If you need help with anything related to a federal workers compensation claim...help is just a cup of coffee away.Form CA-16, Authorization for Examination and/or Treatment. Form CA-16 is the vehicle by which the employing agency authorizes initial examination and/or medical treatment at OWCP expense. It is used to refer an employee who sustains a traumatic injury to a local physician or hospital of the employee's choice.  CA-16s are issued by Employing Agencies to Injured Workers so they can seek immediate medical care. When there is a CA-16, NO authorization is needed for office visits and consultations, labs, hospital services (including inpatient), X-rays (including MRI and CT scan), physical therapy, and Emergency services (including surgery) related to the work injury. a. Emergency Medical Facility. Emergency medical care by private physicians, clinics or hospitals may be authorized if such care is warranted. The employee may seek continuing medical care from the physician who provided the initial treatment or select another local physician.(2) Effect of Adjudication. Once a case is accepted, the period of authorization is automatically extended to cover necessary services for the accepted condition, and additional authorization is not necessary unless requested by a provider in a specific case. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has contracted with Optum Workers' Compensation Services (“Optum”) to provide Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) services to the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA) Program. Optum will be responsible for pharmaceutical transactions including but not limited to implementation of FECA Program eligibility determinations and pricing for pharmaceutical drugs provided to FECA claimants. FECA claimants MUST use the Optum/FECA pharmacy benefit card for injury-related prescriptions. No other pharmacy benefit card will be recognized for a claimant's federal workers' compensation injury. In a new Injury Ca-16  without an Optum pharmacy card the injured worker will need to pay for their medications with their personal insurance while a new case is being adjudicated. Dr. Taylor's educational podcast utilizes his experience and history as a DOL - OWCP provider and his years of consulting and teaching all things federal workers compensation related. This is an educational short form format for learning how to successfully file federal workers compensation claims. So grab a cup of coffee and lets begin.Dr. Taylor's contact information for more information or assistance is:https://fedcompconsultants@protonmail.comIf you need a provider or assistance with a DOL claim in Tampa, Jacksonville or other areas of Florida you can make an appointment to see him and the other providers at his clinic at813-877-6900His clinic website is https://mrtherapycenter.com/federal-work-injury-blog/ and at twitter:  https://twitter.com/FedCompPodcast

Programmed to Chill
Unlocked: Bonus Episode 26 - Who Killed Young Dolph?, an Exploration into Memphis Policing and Real Estate, Gang Injunctions and Gentrification, and Criminal Informants

Programmed to Chill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 130:53


Today I attempt to understand one of rap's most recent tragedies, the murder of Young Dolph, through his music, through his life, and through his environment. Along the way, I discuss Memphis and Shelby County law enforcement and its controlling interests - Memphis realty and big business. We're talking the Memphis Shelby Crime Commission, Authorization of Agency, the Multi-Gang Agency Unit, and multi-million dollar urban revitalization development projects. I speculate on Young Dolph's rap beefs, such as they are, and discuss the many facets of Dolph's life, as well as the police investigation into his murder. More importantly, I discuss the frankly anomalous treatment that one of his murderers received over and over from the Shelby County court system. I explain the uses and abuses of criminal informants in the local, state, and federal judicial systems, and attempt to come to a conclusion about who may have ordered Young Dolph to be killed. Memphis Truth Commission: https://memphistruth.org/ Songs: Fuck It - Young Dolph Talking to My Scale - Young Dolph 100 Shots by Young Dolph Get Paid - Young Dolph Preach - Young Dolph Major - Young Dolph Track Hawk - Straight Drop Blood All On It - Gucci Mane feat. Young Dolph and Key Block Large Amounts - Young Dolph I'm Assuming - Blac Youngsta Long Live Dolph - Gucci Mane Patreon/Merch: https://www.patreon.com/ProgrammedToChill https://programmed-to-chill.myshopify.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

CISO Tradecraft
#93 - How to Become a Cyber Security Expert

CISO Tradecraft

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 29:43


How do you become a Cyber Security Expert? Hello and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft, the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cybersecurity leader.  My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to talk about how to provide advice and mentoring to help people understand how to become a cybersecurity expert.  As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and subscribe to our podcasts. As a security leader, part of your role is to develop your people.  That may not be written anywhere in your job description and will probably never be on a formal interview or evaluation, but after years of being entrusted with leadership positions, I have learned what differentiates true leaders from those who just accomplish a great deal is the making of the effort to develop your people. Now, you may have heard the phrase, "take care of your people," but I'll take issue with that.  I take care of my dog.  I take care of a family member who is sick, injured, or incapacitated.  Why?  Because they are not capable of performing all of life's requirements on their own.  For the most part, your people can do this.  If you are constantly doing things for people who could have otherwise done it themselves, you run the risk of creating learned helplessness syndrome.  People, and even animals, can become conditioned to not do what they otherwise could do out of a belief that someone else will do it for them.  I am NOT going to get political here, so don't worry about that.  Rather, I want to point out that effective leaders develop their people so that they may become independent actors and eventually become effective leaders themselves.  In my opinion, you should measure your success by the promotion rate of the people entrusted to you, not by your own personal career advancement or financial success. That brings me to the subject of today's podcast -- how do you counsel and mentor others on how to become a cyber security expert?  If you are listening to this podcast, there's a very good chance that you already are an expert in our field, but if not, keep listening and imagine that you are mentoring yourself, because these lessons can apply to you without having seek out a mentor.  Some people figure it out, and when asked their secret, they're like Bill Murray in the movie Stripes, "We trained ourselves, sir!"  But most of the time, career mastery involves learning from a number of others. Today on CISO Tradecraft we are going to analyze the question, " How do you become a Cyber Security Expert?"  I'm going to address this topic as if I were addressing someone in search of an answer.  Don't tune out early because you feel you've already accomplished this.  Keep listening so you can get a sense of what more you could be doing for your direct reports and any proteges you may have. Let's start at the beginning.  Imagine being a high school kid with absolutely zero work experience (other than maybe a paper route -- do kids still do that?)  You see someone that tells you they have a cool job where they get paid to ethically hack into computers.  Later on, you meet a second person that says they make really good money stopping bad actors from breaking into banks.  Somehow these ideas stick into your brain, and you start to say to yourself, you know both of those jobs sound pretty cool.  You begin to see yourself having a career in Cyber Security.  You definitely prefer it to jobs that require a lot of manual labor and start at a low pay.  So, you start thinking, "how I can gain the skills necessary to land a dream job in cyber security that also pays well?" At CISO Tradecraft we believe that there are really four building blocks that create subject matter experts in most jobs.  The four building blocks are: Getting an education Getting certifications Getting relevant job experience, and Building your personal brand So, let's explore these in detail. Number 1:  Getting an education.  When most people think about getting an education after high school, they usually talk about getting an associate's or a bachelor's degree.  If you were to look at most Chief Information Security Officers, you will see the majority of them earn a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, an Information Systems or Technology degree from a college of business such as a BS in Management of Information Systems (MIS) or Computer Information Systems, or more recently a related discipline such as a degree in Cyber Security. An associate degree is a great start for many, particularly if you don't have the money to pay for a four-year university degree right out of high school.  Tuition and debt can rack up pretty quickly, leaving some students deeply in debt, and for some, that huge bill is a non-starter.  Fortunately, community colleges offer quality educational opportunities at very competitive rates relative to four-year degree institutions.  For example, Baltimore County Community College charges $122 per credit hour for in-county residents.  A couple of miles away, Johns Hopkins University charges $2,016 per credit hour.  Now, that's a HUGE difference -- over 16 times if you do the math.  Now, Hopkins does have some wonderful facilities and excellent faculty, but when it comes to first- and second-year undergraduate studies, is the quality and content of the education THAT different?  Well, that's up to you to decide. The important take-away is, no one should decide NOT to pursue a cybersecurity education because of lack of money.  You can get started at any age on an associate degree, and that may give you enough to go on to get your first job.  However, if you want to continue on to bachelor's degree, don't give up.  Later I'll explain about a program that has been around since 2000 and has provided over 3,300 students with scholarships AND job placement after graduation. Back to those going directly for a bachelor's degree.  Now, the good news is that your chosen profession is likely to pay quite well, so not only are you likely to be able to pay off the investment you make in your education, but it will return dividends many times that which you paid, for the rest of your career.  Think of financing a degree like financing a house.  In exchange for your monthly mortgage payment, you get to enjoy a roof over your head and anything else you do with your home.  As a cybersecurity professional, in exchange for your monthly student loan payment, you get to earn well-above average incomes relative to your non-security peers, and hopefully enjoy a rewarding career.  And, like the right house, the value of your career should increase over time making your investment in your own education one of your best performing assets. Does this mean that you 100% need a bachelor's degree to get a job in cyber?  No, it does not.  There are plenty of cyber professionals that speak at Blackhat and DEF CON who have never obtained a college degree.  However, if ten applicants are going for an extremely competitive job and only seven of the ten applicants have a college degree in IT or Cyber, you shouldn't be surprised when HR shortens the list of qualified applicants to only the top five applicants all having college degrees.  It may not be fair, but it's common.  Plus, a U.S. Census Bureau study showed that folks who have a bachelor's degree make half a million dollars more over a career than those with an associate degree, and 1.6 times what a high school diploma holder may earn over a lifetime.  So, if you want more career opportunities and want to monetize your future, get past that HR checkbox that looks for a 4-year degree. Now, some people (usually those who don't want to do academic work) will say that a formal education isn't necessary for success.  After all, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg were college dropouts, and they're both worth billions.  True, but that's a false argument that there's a cause-and-effect relationship there.  Both were undergraduates at Harvard University when they developed their business ideas.  So, if someone wants to assert a degree isn't necessary, counter with you'll agree once they are accepted into Harvard, and they produce a viable business plan as a teenager while attending classes. You see, completing four years of education in a field of study proves a few things.  I've interviewed candidates that said they took all of the computer science and cybersecurity courses they wanted and didn't feel a need to "waste time" with fuzzy studies such as history and English composition.  Okay, I'll accept that that person had a more focused education.  But consider the precedent here.  When a course looked uninteresting or difficult, that candidate just passed on the opportunity.  In the world of jobs and careers, there are going to be tasks that are uninteresting or difficult, and no one wants to do them, but they have to get done.  As a boss, do you want someone who has shown the pe  d completed it with an A (or maybe even a B), or do you want someone who passed when the going got a little rough?  The business world isn't academia where you're free to pick and choose whether to complete requirements.  Stuff has to get done, and someone who has a modified form of learned helplessness will most likely not follow through when that boring task comes due.   Remember I said I was going to tell you how to deal with the unfortunate situation where a prospective student doesn't have enough money to pay for college?  There are a couple of ways to meet that challenge.  It's time to talk to your rich uncle about paying for college.  That uncle is Uncle Sam.  Uncle Sam can easily finance your college so you can earn your degrees in Cyber Security.  However, Uncle Sam will want you to work for the government in return for paying for your education.  Two example scholarships that you could look into are the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and Scholarship for Service (SFS).  ROTC is an officer accession program offered at more than 1,700 colleges and universities   across the United States to prepare young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military.  For scholarship students, ROTC pays 100% of tuition, fees, books, and a modest stipend for living expenses.  A successful degree program can qualify an Army second lieutenant for a Military Occupation Specialty (or MOS) such as a 17A Cyber Operations Officer, a 17B Cyber and Electronic Warfare Officer, or a 17D Cyber Capabilities Development Officer, a great start to a cybersecurity career. For the Navy, a graduating Ensign may commission as an 1810 Cryptologic Warfare Officer, 1820 Information Professional Officer, 1830 Intelligence Officer, or an 1840 Cyber Warfare Engineer.  The Navy uses designators rather than MOS's to delineate career patterns.  These designators have changed significantly over the last dozen years and may continue to evolve.  The Marine Corps has a 1702 cyberspace officer MOS.  Note that the Navy and the Marine Corps share a commissioning source in NROTC (Navy ROTC), and unlike the Army that has over 1,000 schools that participate in AROTC and the Air Force that has 1,100 associated universities in 145 detachments, there are only 63 Navy ROTC units or consortiums, although cross-town affiliates include nearly one hundred more colleges and universities. There are a lot of details that pertain to ROTC, and if you're serious about entering upon a military officer career, it's well worth the time and effort to do your research.  Not all ROTC students receive a scholarship; some receive military instruction throughout their four years and are offered a commission upon graduation.  Three- and four-year scholarship students incur a military obligation at the beginning of sophomore year, two-year scholarship students at the beginning of junior year, and one-year scholarship students at the start of senior year.  The military obligation today is eight years, usually the first four of which are on active duty; the rest may be completed in the reserves.  If you flunk out of school, you are rewarded with an enlistment rather than a commission.  These numbers were different when I was in ROTC, and they may have changed since this podcast was recorded, so make sure you get the latest information to make an informed decision. What if you want to serve your country but you're not inclined to serve in the military, or have some medical condition that may keep you from vigorous physical activity, or had engaged in recreational chemical use or other youthful indiscretions that may have disqualified you from further ROTC consideration?  There is another program worth investigating.   The National Science Foundation provides educational grants through the Scholarship For Service program or SFS for short.  SFS is a government scholarship that will pay up to 3 years of costs for undergraduate and even graduate (MS or PhD) educational degree programs.  It's understood that government agencies do not have the flexibility to match private sector salaries in cyber security.  However, by offering scholarships up front, qualified professionals may choose to stay in government service; hence SFS continues as a sourcing engine for Federal employees.  Unlike ROTC, a participant in SFS will incur an obligation to work in a non-DoD branch of the Federal government for a duration equal to the number of years of scholarship provided. In addition to tuition and education-related fees, undergraduate scholarship recipients receive $25,000 in annual academic stipends, while graduate students receive $34,000 per year.  In addition, an additional $6,000 is provided for certifications, and even travel to the SFS Job Fair in Washington DC. That job fair is an interesting affair.  I was honored to be the keynote speaker at the SFS job fair back in 2008.  I saw entities and agencies of the Federal government that I didn't even know existed, but they all had a cybersecurity requirement, and they all were actively hiring.  SFS students qualify for "excepted service" appointments, which means they can be hired through an expedited process.  These have been virtual the last couple of years due to COVID-19 but expect in-person events to resume in the future. I wrote a recommendation for a young lady whom I've known since she was born (her mom is a childhood friend of mine), and as an electrical engineering student in her sophomore year, she was selected for a two-year SFS scholarship.  A good way to make mom and dad happy knowing they're not going to be working until 80 to pay off their kid's education bills. In exchange for a two-year scholarship, SFS will usually require a student to complete a summer internship between the first and second years of school and then work two years in a government agency after graduation.  The biggest benefit to the Scholarship for Service is you can work at a variety of places.  So, if your dream is to be a nation state hacker for the NSA, CIA, or the FBI then this offers a great chance of getting in.  These three-letter agencies heavily recruit from these programs.  As I mentioned, there are a lot of other agencies as well.  You could find work at the State Department, Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Education, the Federal Reserve Board, and I think I remember the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  Federal executive agencies, Congress, interstate agencies, and even state, local, or tribal governments can satisfy the service requirement.  So, you can get paid to go to college and have a rewarding job in the government that builds a nice background for your career. How would you put all this together?  I spent nine years as an advisor to the National CyberWatch Center.  Founded as CyberWatch I in 2005, it started as a Washington D.C. and Mid-Atlantic regional effort to increase the quantity and quality of the information assurance workforce.  In 2009, we received a National Science Foundation award and grants that allowed the program to go nationwide.  Today, over 370 colleges and universities are in the program.  So why the history lesson? What we did was align curriculum between two-year colleges and four-year universities, such that a student who took the designated courses in an associate degree program would have 100% of those credits transfer to the four-year university.  That is HUGE.  Without getting into the boring details, schools would certify to the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) (formerly known as the National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Committee or NSTISSC) national training standard for INFOSEC professionals known as NSTISSI 4011.  Now with the help of an SFS scholarship, a student with little to no financial resources can earn an associate degree locally, proceed to a bachelor's degree from a respected university, have a guaranteed job coming out of school, and HAVE NO STUDENT DEBT.  Parents, are you listening carefully?  Successfully following that advice can save $100,000 and place your child on course for success. OK, so let's fast forward 3 years and say that you are getting closer to finishing a degree in Cyber Security or Computer Science.  Is there anything else that you can do while performing a summer internship?    That brings us to our second building block.  Getting certifications.   Number Two:  Getting a Certification  Earning certifications are another key step to demonstrate that you have technical skills in cyber security.  Usually, technology changes rapidly.  That means that universities typically don't provide specialized training in Windows 11, Oracle Databases, Amazon Web Services, or the latest programming language.  Thus, while you may come out of a computer science degree with knowledge on how to write C++ and JavaScript, there are a lot of skills that you often lack to be quite knowledgeable in the workforce.  Additionally, most colleges teach only the free version of software.  In class you don't expect to learn how to deploy Antivirus software to thousands of endpoints from a vendor that would be in a Gartner Magic quadrant, yet that is exactly what you might encounter in the workplace.  So, let's look at some certifications that can help you establish your expertise as a cyber professional.  We usually recommend entry level certifications from CompTIA as a great starting point.  CompTIA has some good certifications that can teach you the basics in technology.  For example: CompTIA A+ can teach you how to work an IT Help Desk.  CompTIA Network+ can teach you about troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks CompTIA Linux+ can help you learn how to perform as a system administrator supporting Linux Systems CompTIA Server+ ensures you have the skills to work in data centers as well as on-premises or hybrid environments. Remember it's really hard to protect a technology that you know nothing about so these are easy ways to get great experience in a technology.  If you want a certification such as these from CompTIA, we recommend going to a bookstore such as Amazon, buying the official study guidebook, and setting a goal to read every day.  Once you have read the official study guide go and buy a set of practice exam questions from a site like Whiz Labs or Udemy.  Note this usually retails for about $10.  So far this represents a total cost of about $50 ($40 dollars to buy a book and $10 to buy practice exams.)  For that small investment, you can gain the knowledge base to pass a certification.  You just need to pay for the exam and meet eligibility requirements. Now after you get a good grasp of important technologies such as Servers, Networks, and Operating Systems, we recommend adding several types of certifications to your resume.  The first is a certification in the Cloud.  One notable example of that is AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate.  Note you can find solution architect certifications from Azure and GCP, but AWS is the most popular cloud provider, so we recommend starting there.  Learning how the cloud works is extremely important.  Chances are you will be asked to defend it and you need to understand what an EC-2 server is, types of storage to make backups, and how to provide proper access control.  So, spend the time and get certified.  One course author who provides a great course is Adrian Cantrill.  You can find his course link for AWS Solutions Architect in our show notes or by visiting learn.cantrill.io.  The course costs $40 and has some of the best diagrams you will ever see in IT.  Once again go through a course like this and supplement with practice exam questions before going for the official certification. The last type of certifications we will mention is an entry cyber security certification.  We usually see college students pick up a Security+ or Certified Ethical Hacker as a foundation to establish their knowledge in cyber security.  Now the one thing that you really gain out of Security+ is a list of technical terms and concepts in cyber security.  You need to be able to understand the difference between Access Control, Authentication, and Authorization if you are to consult with a developer on what is needed before allowing access to a site.  These types of certifications will help you to speak fluently as a cyber professional.  That means you get more job offers, better opportunities, and interesting work.  It's next to impossible to establish yourself as a cyber expert if you don't even understand the technical jargon correctly. Number Three:  Getting Relevant Job Experience OK, so you have a college degree and an IT certification or two. What's next?  At this point in time, you are eligible for most entry level jobs.  So, let's find interesting work in Cyber Security.  If you are looking for jobs in cyber security, there are two places we recommend.  The first is LinkedIn.  Almost all companies post there and there's a wealth of opportunities.  Build out an interesting profile and look professional.  Then apply, apply, apply.  It will take a while to find the role you want.  Also post that you are looking for opportunities and need help finding your first role.  You will be surprised at how helpful the cyber community is.  Here's a pro tip:  add some hashtags with your post to increase its visibility. Another interesting place to consider is your local government.  The government spends a lot of time investing in their employees.  So go there, work a few years, and gain valuable experience.  You can start by going to your local government webpage such as USAJobs.Gov  and search for the Career Codes that map to cyber security.  For example, search using the keyword “2210” to find the job family of Information Technology Management where most cyber security opportunities can be found.  If you find that you get one of these government jobs, be sure to look into college repayment programs.  Most government jobs will help you pay off student loans, finance master's degrees in Cyber Security, or pay for your certifications.  It's a great win-win to learn the trade. Once you get into an organization and begin working your first job out of college, you then generally get one big opportunity to set the direction of your career.  What type of cyber professional do you want to be?  Usually, we see most Cyber Careerists fall into one of three basic paths.   Offensive Security Defensive Security Security Auditing The reason these three are the most common is they have the largest amount of job opportunities.  So, from a pure numbers game it's likely where you are to spend the bulk of your career.  Although we do recommend cross training.  Mike Miller who is the vCISO for Appalachia Technologies put out a great LinkedIn post on this where he goes into more detail.  Note we have a link to it in our show notes.  Here's some of our own thoughts on these three common cyber pathways: Offensive Security is for those that like to find vulnerabilities in things before the bad guys do.  It's fun to learn how to hack and take jobs in penetration testing and the red team.  Usually if you choose this career, you will spend time learning offensive tools like Nmap, Kali Linux, Metasploit, Burp Suite, and others.  You need to know how technology works, common flaws such as the OWASP Top Ten web application security risks, and how to find those vulnerabilities in technology.  Once you do, there's a lot of interesting work awaiting.  Note if these roles interest you then try to obtain the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification to gain relevant skill sets that you can use at work. Defensive Security is for the protectors.  These are the people who work in the Security Operations Center (SOC) or Incident Response Teams.  They look for anomalies, intrusions, and signals across the whole IT network.  If something is wrong, they need to find it and identify how to fix it.  Similar to Offensive Security professionals they need to understand technology, but they differ in the types of tools they need to look at.  You can find a defender looking at logs.  Logs can come from an Intrusion Detection System, a Firewall, a SIEM, Antivirus, Data Loss Prevention Tools, an EDR, and many other sources.  Defenders will become an expert in one of these tools that needs to be constantly monitored.  Note if you are interested in these types of opportunities look for cyber certifications such as the MITRE ATT&CK Defender (MAD) or SANS GIAC Certified Incident Handler GCIH to gain relevant expertise. Security Auditing is a third common discipline.  Usually reporting to the Governance, Risk, and Compliance organization, this role is usually the least technical.  This discipline is about understanding a relevant standard or regulation and making sure the organization follows the intent of the standard/regulation.  You will spend a lot of time learning the standards, policies, and best practices of an industry.  You will perform risk assessments and third-party reviews to understand how we certify as an industry.  If you would like to learn about the information systems auditing process, governance and management of IT systems, business processes such as Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Management, and compliance activities, then we recommend obtaining the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification from ISACA.   Ok, so you have a degree, you have certifications, you are in a promising job role, WHAT's Next?  If you want to really become an expert, we recommend you focus on… Number Four: Building your personal brand.   Essentially find a way to give back to the industry by blogging, writing open-source software, creating a podcast, building cybersecurity tutorials, creating YouTube videos, or presenting a lecture topic to your local OWASP chapter on cyber security.  Every time you do you will get smarter on a subject.  Imagine spending three hours a week reading books in cyber security.  If you did that for ten years, think of how many books you could read and how much smarter you would become.  Now as you share that knowledge with others two things happen:   People begin to recognize you as an industry expert.  You will get invited to opportunities to connect with other smart people which allows you to become even smarter.  If you spend your time listening to smart people and reading their works, it rubs off.  You will absorb knowledge from them that will spark new ideas and increase your understanding The second thing is when you present your ideas to others you often get feedback.  Sometimes you learn that you are actually misunderstanding something.  Other times you get different viewpoints.  Yes, this works in the financial sector, but it doesn't work in the government sector or in the university setting.  This feedback also helps you become smarter as you understand more angles of approaching a problem. Trust us, the greatest minds in cyber spend a lot of time researching, learning, and teaching others.  They all know G Mark's law, which I wrote nearly twenty years ago:  "Half of what you know about security will be obsolete in eighteen months." OK so let's recap a bit.  If you want to become an expert in something, then you should do four things. 1) Get a college education so that you have the greatest amount of opportunities open to you, 2) get certifications to build up your technical knowledge base, 3) find relevant job experiences that allow you to grow your skill sets, and 4) finally share what you know and build your personal brand.  All of these make you smarter and will help you become a cyber expert.   Thanks again for listening to us at CISO Tradecraft.  We wish you the best on your journey as you Learn to Earn.  If you enjoyed the show, tell one person about it this week.  It could be your child, a friend looking to get into cyber security, or even a coworker.  We would love to help more people and we need your help to reach a larger audience.  This is your host, G. Mark Hardy, and thanks again for listening and stay safe out there. References: https://www.todaysmilitary.com/education-training/rotc-programs  www.sfs.opm.gov  https://www.comptia.org/home  https://www.whizlabs.com/ https://www.udemy.com/ https://learn.cantrill.io/p/aws-certified-solutions-architect-associate-saa-c03  https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6965305453987737600/ https://www.offensive-security.com/pwk-oscp/  https://mitre-engenuity.org/cybersecurity/mad/ https://www.giac.org/certifications/certified-incident-handler-gcih/  https://www.ccbcmd.edu/Costs-and-Paying-for-College/Tuition-and-fees/In-County-tuition-and-fees.aspx https://www.educationcorner.com/value-of-a-college-degree.html  https://www.collegexpress.com/lists/list/us-colleges-with-army-rotc/2580/  https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/104478/air-force-reserve-officer-training-corps/ https://www.netc.navy.mil/Commands/Naval-Service-Training-Command/NROTC https://armypubs.army.mil/pub/eforms/DR_a/NOCASE-DA_FORM_597-3-000-EFILE-2.pdf https://niccs.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/documents/SFS%20Flyer%20FINAL.pdf https://www.nationalcyberwatch.org/  

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots
Engage Update: Section 6 Negotiations, Global Scope, Retro Pay, and Strike Authorization

Engage: The Podcast for Delta Pilots

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 16:03


In this special Engage Update, host First Officer Ryan Argenta speaks with the MEC Chairman, Captain Jason Ambrosi, and the Negotiating Committee Chairman Eric Criswell for an update on Section 6 negotiations, the status of the Global Scope agreement, the recent strike authorization vote, the formalization of retroactive pay into the MEC Policy Manual and how displays of pilot unity charge up the Negotiating Committee knowing they have pilots' full support. (Recorded August 25, 2022)

Adventures in .NET
Authentication and Authorization - .NET 132

Adventures in .NET

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 42:25


 If the title of this episode didn't give it away... we are talking about logging into and accessing the content in web applications. Albert Starreveld spends a lot of his time implementing authentication and authorization workflows for his clients. There are a lot of factors that determine how to handle these implementations correctly. Are you still using role-based authorization? What identity provider are you using? Are you using SSO? Are you using claims/scopes? Do you know how to set up claims transformations? These are just some of the questions to ask when dealing with authentication and authorization. In this episode, we discuss these questions and more with Albert. Have you had to implement auth in a web application? How did it go? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links Claims Transformation in .NET 6. OAuth2 is a great protocol to… | by Albert Starreveld | Medium Auth0: Secure access for everyone. But not just anyone. jwt.ms General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Official Legal Text Albert Starreveld - Medium LinkedIn: Albert Starreveld Contact Albert at astarreveld@vx.com Picks Caleb- Lifespan Shawn- Watch Locke & Key | Netflix Official Site

TIME's Top Stories
Pfizer-BioNTech Submits the First Omicron COVID-19 Booster for FDA Authorization

TIME's Top Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 3:33


The shot will target the dominant Omicron subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5.

Self-Compassionate Professor
128. [Choosing wellness and] self-authorization with Dr. Malik Boykin

Self-Compassionate Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 52:44


Second in the "August 2022 choosing wellness series," I re-release my conversation with Dr. Malik Boykin. Malik discusses the important role "self-authorization" has played in his career as both an academic and hip hop artist. That is, rather than allowing others to direct his path, he authorizes himself to do the things that are important to him: setting big career goals, prioritizing his mentorship and research, and being willing to change course if his academic career becomes nothing more than stress. In this conversation, Dr. Boykin explains how his music is heavily influenced by his academic work as well as how self-authorization helps him to find wellness and balance. Find him at https://www.malikstarx.com/. Register for the compassionate co-working sessions on August 15, 16, and 17, 2022 here: https://danielledelamare.com/?page_id=1066

Software Engineering Daily
Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs

Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 57:09 Very Popular


Enabling authorization policies across disparate cloud-native environments such as containers, microservices and modern application delivery infrastructure is complex and can be a roadblock for software engineering teams. Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is an open, declarative, policy-as-code approach to authorization that reduces security and compliance burden for engineering teams.  Business context is translated into declarative The post Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Open Source – Software Engineering Daily
Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs

Open Source – Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 55:40


Enabling authorization policies across disparate cloud-native environments such as containers, microservices and modern application delivery infrastructure is complex and can be a roadblock for software engineering teams. Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is an open, declarative, policy-as-code approach to authorization that reduces security and compliance burden for engineering teams.  Business context is translated into declarative The post Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily
Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 55:40


Enabling authorization policies across disparate cloud-native environments such as containers, microservices and modern application delivery infrastructure is complex and can be a roadblock for software engineering teams. Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is an open, declarative, policy-as-code approach to authorization that reduces security and compliance burden for engineering teams.  Business context is translated into declarative The post Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Native Yoga Toddcast
Taylor Hunt ~ A Way from Darkness

Native Yoga Toddcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 61:03


You've got to hear this story from Taylor Hunt! Taylor is a true inspiration and motivation for all of us in the yoga and bodywork community. Personally having lost loved ones to drug and alcohol addiction it is so inspiring to hear from Taylor how he has been able find his way toward health and his passion for helping others who are in need of assistance. Please visit Taylor at his website taylorhuntyoga.com. Get a copy of his book A Way from Darkness at his website here awayfromdarkness.com. Also check out his non-profit dedicated to helping others in the recovery process here at thetrinifoundation.org.During this podcast we discuss:how Taylor found yoga and its' role in assisting his recoveryhow Taylor has been able to utilize his passion for yoga to help othershear first hand what how his journey to India to learn yoga has shaped himlisten to what it is like to move from the depths of addiction to the heights of finding purpose and sharing that with those in needwe discuss how important it is to talk about what is happening in our community in relation to opioid addiction and the process of seeking solutions that can actually workAbout Taylor:Taylor Hunt is a devoted practitioner and teacher of Ashtanga Yoga. He makes yearly trips to Mysore, India to study under the guidance of his teacher, R. Sharath Jois. In 2013, Taylor was granted Level 2 Authorization to teach and has had the honor of assisting Sharath on several occasions. Taylor is dedicated to sharing the healing practice with others and providing a community where practitioners can find support in their practice and daily lives. Read more hereThanks for listening to this episode. Check out:

The New World Order, Agenda 2030, Agenda 2050, The Great Reset and Rise of The 4IR
Novavax (Medical Salvation News) Emergency Use Authorization/Agenda2030

The New World Order, Agenda 2030, Agenda 2050, The Great Reset and Rise of The 4IR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 6:37


Novavax (Medical Salvation News) Emergency Use Authorization. All gifts, support and donations to be sent via Cashapp: $aigner2019.

COMPRESSEDfm
Secrets Things, Env Vars, How to Handle API Keys Correctly

COMPRESSEDfm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 47:11


In this episode, James shares common mistakes people make with their API Keys and explains the appropriate way to handle them.SponsorsVercelVercel combines the best developer experience with an obsessive focus on end-user performance. Their platform enables frontend teams to do their best work. It is the best place to deploy any frontend app. Start by deploying with zero configuration to their global edge network. Scale dynamically to millions of pages without breaking a sweat.For more information, visit Vercel.comZEAL is hiring!ZEAL is a computer software agency that delivers “the world's most zealous” and custom solutions. The company plans and develops web and mobile applications that consistently help clients draw in customers, foster engagement, scale technologies, and ensure delivery.ZEAL believes that a business is “only as strong as” its team and cares about culture, values, a transparent process, leveling up, giving back, and providing excellent equipment. The company has staffers distributed throughout the United States, and as it continues to grow, ZEAL looks for collaborative, object-oriented, and organized individuals to apply for open roles.For more information visit softwareresidency.com/careersDatoCMSDatoCMS is a complete and performant headless CMS built to offer the best developer experience and user-friendliness in the market. It features a rich, CDN-powered GraphQL API (with realtime updates!), a super-flexible way to handle dynamic layouts and structured content, and best-in-class image/video support, with progressive/LQIP image loading out-of-the-box."For more information, visit datocms.comShow Notes0:00 IntroductionYouTube Video RE: Mistakes People Make with API Keys6:42 API Keys7:37 Where do API Keys come from?8:57 Mistakes People Make with API Keys9:10 Mistake #1: Hard Coding the API Key Value11:45 Sponsor: Vercel12:53 Mistake #2: Adding an API Key to the .env file, but still exposing the key16:20 Mistake #3: Committing Your Key to Source Control17:59 What should you do about a leaked API key?19:38 Using .gitignore21:20 The Best Way to Handle Secrets22:57 Serverless FunctionsEpisode 57 - Authentication and Authorization and other Buzz Words29:55 Sponsor: ZEAL30:41 Where would you put a Bearer Token?31:40 Server Side Rendering33:49 Public API Keys37:20 Sponsor: DatoCMS38:13 Grab Bag Questions38:24 What's the best way to share environmental variables across different machines?38:35 What are the pros and cons of system environmental variables vs a KMS (Key Management System)?40:34 Picks and Plugs40:44 James's Pick: Sketcher's Tennis Shoes from Costco44:54 James's Plug: YouTube Video - 10 Things JavaScript Developers Have Stopped Doing45:26 Amy's Picks: James Clear 3-2-1 NewsletterAtomic Habits, by James Clear46:14 Amy's Pick: Keystone.js on Level Up Tutorials

The Daily Sun-Up
FDA grants emergency authorization for COVID vaccines for young kids; The Colorado-Big Thompson Project

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 13:32


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently granted emergency authorization for both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for young children. What are the differences between the two different vaccines? What about any potential side effects? How effective are these vaccines in young kids? Colorado Sun reporters Chris Outcalt and John Ingold talk through these questions and more in the wake of the recent FDA announcement. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spirit of Faith Today Audio Podcast
The Word Is Your Authorization

Spirit of Faith Today Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 79:23


Spirit of Faith Today Audio Podcast
The Word Is Your Authorization

Spirit of Faith Today Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 79:23


Congressional Dish
CD251: BIF: Driving Dangers Sustained

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 80:59 Very Popular


The recently signed infrastructure law continues the United States' over-reliance on the most dangerous way to travel: driving a vehicle. Did Congress make sufficient safety improvements to decrease the dangers posed by driving in the United States? This episode will examine all vehicle-related safety provisions to help you weigh your own transportation options. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! View the Show Notes on our Website at https://congressionaldish.com/cd251-bif-driving-dangers-sustained/ Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD246: BIF: Appalachian Chemical Storage CD247: BIF: The Growth of US Railroads CD240: BIF: The Infrastructure BILL CD021: Trailblazer vs. ThinThread Why You Should Be Afraid of Cars “Number of worldwide air traffic fatalities from 2006 to 2021.” Apr 12, 2022. Statista. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Mar 2022. “Overview of Motor Vehicle Crashes in 2020.” U.S. Department of Transportation. “Number of deaths / injuries directly linked to boating accidents in the U.S. from 2002 to 2020.” Jun 2021. Statista. Injury Facts. “Railroad Deaths and Injuries.” National Safety Council. Jon Ziomek. Sept 28, 2020. “Disaster on Tenerife: History's Worst Airline Accident.” Historynet. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. “Distracted Driving.” U.S. Department of Transportation. Problems the Law Does (and Does Not) Address Jake Blumgart. Nov 15, 2021. “The Infrastructure Bill May Not Be So Historic After All.” Governing. Self Driving Cars Neal E. Boudette. May 3, 2022. “Paying customers could hail driverless taxis in San Francisco later this year.” San Francisco Examiner. Natasha Yee. Apr 1, 2022. “Waymo Bringing Driverless Vehicles to Downtown Phoenix ... Soon.” Phoenix New Times. “24 Self-Driving Car Statistics & Facts.” Feb 20, 2022. Carsurance. Neal E. Boudette. Jul 5, 2021. “Tesla Says Autopilot Makes Its Cars Safer. Crash Victims Say It Kills.” The New York Times. Clifford Law Offices PC. May 5, 2021. “The Dangers of Driverless Cars.” The National Law Review. Katie Shepherd and Faiz Siddiqui. Apr. 19, 2021. “A driverless Tesla crashed and burned for four hours, police said, killing two passengers in Texas.” The Washington Post. Riley Beggin. Jan 15, 2021. “Self-Driving Vehicles Allowed to Skip Some Crash Safety Rules.” Government Technology. Faiz Siddiqui. Oct 22, 2020. “Tesla is putting ‘self-driving' in the hands of drivers amid criticism the tech is not ready.” The Washington Post. Niraj Chokshi. Feb 25, 2020. “Tesla Autopilot System Found Probably at Fault in 2018 Crash.” The New York Times. Michael Laris. Feb 11, 2020. “Tesla running on ‘Autopilot' repeatedly veered toward the spot where Apple engineer later crashed and died, federal investigators say.” The Washington Post. Alex Davies. May 16, 2019. “Tesla's Latest Autopilot Death Looks Just Like a Prior Crash.” Wired. Neal E. Boudette and Bill Vlasic. Sept 12, 2017. “Tesla Self-Driving System Faulted by Safety Agency in Crash.” The New York Times. Rachel Abrams and Annalyn Kurtz. Jul 1, 2016. “Joshua Brown, Who Died in Self-Driving Accident, Tested Limits of His Tesla.” The New York Times. Alcohol Detection Systems Isaac Serna-Diez. Nov 23, 2021. “Alcohol Detection Systems Will Now Be Mandatory In All New Cars To Prevent Drunk Driving. YourTango. Keyless Entry Carbon Monoxide Deaths “Toyota Introduces Automatic Engine Shut Off to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Deaths.” Jun 20, 2019. Kelley Uustal Trial Attorneys. “Toyota Has the Most Keyless Ignition Related Deaths, But Takes no Action.” Jun 7, 2019. KidsAndCars.org. Kids Left in Cars Morgan Hines. Aug 2, 2019. “There's science behind why parents leave kids in hot cars.” USA Today. Scottie Andrew and AJ Willingham. July 30, 2019. “More than 38 kids die in hot cars every year, and July is the deadliest month.” CNN. John Bacon. Jul 28, 2019. “'He will never forgive himself': Wife defends husband in devastating hot car deaths of twins.” USA Today. Eric Stafford. May 6, 2019. [“Children Can Die When Left in the Back Seat on a Warm Day—and 800 Already Have. “Children Can Die When Left in the Back Seat on a Warm Day—and 800 Already Have.” Car and Driver. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. “Child Heatstroke Prevention: Prevent Hot Car Deaths.” U.S. Department of Transportation. Motorcycle Helmets “Motorcycle helmet use laws by state.” May 2022. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. “Facts + Statistics: Motorcycle crashes.” Insurance Information Institute. Adam E. M. Eltorai et. al. March 16, 2016. “Federally mandating motorcycle helmets in the United States.” BMC Public Health. Truck Safety “How Many Miles Do Semi Trucks Last?” Rechtien. Non-motorist Safety “Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2020 Preliminary Data.” Governors Highway Safety Association. “Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State: 2020 Preliminary Data.” [Full Report] March 2021. Governors Highway Safety Association. John Wenzel. Jan 6, 2020. “Bollard Installation Cost.” Saint Paul Sign & Bollard. Richard Peace. Feb 20, 2019. “Why You Don't Want a Superfast Electric Bicycle.” Electric Bike Report. 911 System Upgrades Mark L. Goldstein. January 2018. “Next Generation 911: National 911 Program Could Strengthen Efforts to Assist States” [GAO-18-252]. Government Accountability Office. National 911 Program. December 2016. “2016 National 911 Progress Report.” U.S. Department of Transportation. CD021: Trailblazer vs. ThinThread Followup “Michael Hayden, Principal, Strategic Advisory Services.” The Chertoff Group. “Board of Directors.” Atlantic Council. Tim Shorrock. Apr 15 2013. “Obama's Crackdown on Whistleblowers.” The Nation. The Law H.R.3684 - Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Senate Version Law Outline DIVISION A: SURFACE TRANSPORTATION TITLE I - FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS Subtitle A - Authorizations and Programs Sec. 11101: Authorization of Appropriations Authorizes appropriations for Federal-Aid for highways at between $52 billion and $56 billion per year through fiscal year 2026 (over $273 billion total). Authorizes $300 million for "charging and fueling infrastructure grants" for 2022, which increases by $100 million per year (maxing out at $700 million in 2026) Authorizes between $25 million and $30 million per year for "community resilience and evacuation route grants" on top of equal amounts for "at risk coastal infrastructure grants" Authorizes a total of $6.53 billion (from two funds) for the bridge investment program Sec. 11102: Obligation Ceiling Caps the annual total funding from all laws (with many exceptions) that can be spent on Federal highway programs. Total through 2026: $300.3 billion Sec. 11111: Highway Safety Improvement Program Adds protected bike lanes to the list of projects allowed to be funded by the highway safety improvement project Adds "vulnerable road users" (non-motorists) to the list of people who must be protected by highway safety improvement projects If 15% or more of a state's annual crash fatalities are made up of non-motorists, that state will be required to spend at least 15% of its highway safety improvement project money on projects designed to improve safety for non-motorists. Each state, by the end of 2023, will have to complete a vulnerable road user safety assessment that includes specific information about each non-motorist fatality and serious injury in the last five years, identifies high-risk locations, and identifies possible projects and strategies for improving safety for non-motorists in those locations. Sec. 11119: Safe Routes to School Creates a new program to improve the ability of children to walk and ride their bikes to school by funding projects including sidewalk improvements, speed reduction improvements, crosswalk improvements, bike parking, and traffic diversions away from schools. Up to 30% of the money can be used for public awareness campaigns, media relations, education, and staffing. No additional funding is provided. It will be funded with existing funds for "administrative expenses". Each state will get a minimum of $1 million. Non-profit organizations are eligible, along with local governments, to receive and spend the funding. Non-profits are the only entities eligible to receive money for educational programs about safe routes to school. Sec. 11130: Public Transportation Allows the Transportation Secretary to allocate funds for dedicated bus lanes Sec. 11133: Bicycle Transportation and Pedestrian Walkways Adds "shared micromobility" projects (like bike shares) to the list of projects that can be funded as a highway project Electric bike-share bikes must stop assisting the rider at a maximum of 28 mph to be classified as an "electric bicycle" Subtitle B - Planning and Performance Sec. 11206: Increasing Safe and Accessible Transportation Options. Requires each state, in return for funding, to carry out 1 or more project to increase accessible for multiple travel modes. The projects can be... The enactment of "complete streets standards" (which ensure the safe and adequate accommodation of all users of the transportation system) Connections of bikeways, pedestrian walkways, and public transportation to community centers and neighborhoods Increasing public transportation ridership Improving safety of bike riders and pedestrians Intercity passenger rail There's a way for State's to get this requirement waived if they already have Complete Streets standards in place Subtitle D - Climate Change Sec. 11404: Congestion Relief Program Creates a grant program, funded at a minimum of $10 million per grant, for projects aimed at reducing highway congestion. Eligible projects include congestion management systems, fees for entering cities, deployment of toll lanes, parking fees, and congestion pricing, operating commuter buses and vans, and carpool encouragement programs. Buses, transit, and paratransit vehicles "shall" be allowed to use toll lanes "at a discount rate or without charge" Subtitle E - Miscellaneous Sec. 11502: Stopping Threats on Pedestrians By the end of 2022, the Secretary of Transportation needs to create a competitive grant pilot program to fund "bollard installation projects", which are projects that raise concrete or metal posts on a sidewalk next to a road that are designed to slow or stop a motor vehicle. The grants will pay for 100% of the project costs Appropriates only $5 million per year through 2026 Sec. 11504: Study of Impacts on Roads from Self-driving Vehicles By early 2023, the Transportation Department has to conduct a study on the existing and future effects of self-driving cars on infrastructure, mobility, the environment, and safety. Sec. 11529: Active Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program Creates a grant program authorized for $1 billion total that will fund walking and biking infrastructure projects that each cost $15 million or more and connect communities to each other, including communities in different states, and to connect to public transportation. The Federal government will pay for 80% of the project costs, except in communities with a poverty rate over 40% (the Federal government will pay 100% of the project costs in impoverished communities). TITLE III - MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY Sec. 23010: Automatic Emergency Braking: Automatic Emergency Braking A Federal regulation will be created by November 2023 which will require new commercial vehicles to be equipped with automatic braking systems and there will be performance standards for those braking systems. Sec. 23022: Apprenticeship Pilot Program Creates a three year pilot program, capped at 3,000 participants at a time, for people under 21 to be trained by people over the age of 26 to become commercial truck drivers. Drivers under the age of 21 are not allowed to transport any passengers or hazardous cargo Sec. 23023: Limousine Compliance With Federal Safety Standards A Federal regulation will be created by November 2023 requiring that limousines have a seat belts at every seating position, including side facing seats. TITLE IV - HIGHWAY AND MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY Subtitle A - Highway Traffic Safety Sec. 24102: Highway Safety Programs Prohibit the Federal Government from withholding highway safety money to the states that refuse to require helmets for motorcycle drivers or passengers who are over the age of 18. Sec. 24103: Highway Safety Research and Development Creates a grant program (by November 2023) that will fund states that want to create a process for notifying vehicle owners about any open recalls on their cars when they register their cars with the DMV. The state receiving the money is only required to provide the notifications for two years and participation in general is voluntary. Creates financial incentives for states to create laws that prohibit drivers from holding "a personal wireless communications device" while driving, has fines for breaking that law, and has no exemptions for texting when stopped in traffic. There are exceptions for using a cell phone for navigation in a "hands-free manner" Creates financial incentives for states to create laws that require curriculum in driver's education courses to include information about law enforcement procedures during traffic stops and the rights and responsibilities of the drivers when being stopped. The states would also have to have training programs for the officers for implementing the procedures that would be explained to drivers. Sec. 24113: Implementation of GAO Recommendations Requires the Secretary of Transportation to implement all of the national-level recommendations outlined in a 2018 GAO report by the end of November 2022. Subtitle B - Vehicle Safety Sec. 24201: Authorization of Appropriations Authorizes a little over $1 billion total for vehicle safety programs from 2022 through 2026 Sec. 24205: Automatic Shutoff By November 2023, the Transportation Department will have to issue a regulation requiring fossil fuel powered vehicles with keyless ignitions to have an automatic shutoff system to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. The amount of time that must trigger the shut off will be determined by the regulators. If the regulation is issued on time, this would go into effect most likely on September 1, 2024. Sec. 24208: Crash Avoidance Technology The Secretary of Transportation must issue a regulation establishing minimum standards for crash avoidance technology that must be included in all vehicles sold in the United States starting on a date that will be chosen by the Secretary of Transportation. The technology must alert the driver of an imminent crash and apply the breaks automatically if the driver doesn't do so. The technology must include a land departure system that warns the driver that they are not in their lane and correct the course of travel if the driver doesn't do so. Sec. 24215: Emergency Medical Services and 9-1-1 Repeals the part of the law that required the Transportation Department to publish criteria that established timelines and performance requirements for anyone who got a grant to implement the Next Generation 9-1-1 project. Sec. 24220: Advanced Impaired Driving Technology By November 2024, the Secretary of Transportation will have to finish a regulation that requires passenger motor vehicles to be standard equipped with "advanced and impaired driving prevention technology" The technology must be able to monitor the performance of a driver and/or their blood alcohol level and be able to prevent or limit the car's operation if impairment is detected or if the blood alcohol is above the legal limit. This will apply to new cars sold after November 2030 at the latest. Sec. 24222: Child Safety By November 2023, the Secretary of Transportation must finish a regulation requiring all new passenger vehicles to have a system alerting the driver visually and audibly to check the back seat when the car is turned off. Says it will be activated "when the vehicle motor is deactivated by the operator" Hearings The Road Ahead for Automated Vehicles House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Highways and Transit February 2, 2022 Overview: The purpose of this hearing is for Members of the Subcommittee to explore the impact of automated vehicle deployment, including automated trucks and buses, on mobility, infrastructure, safety, workforce, and other economic and societal implications or benefits. Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,765 - The Historic Vote For Judge Jackson - Cucked Senate GOP Leadership Craters; Pfizer Investigations - The Legitimacy Of The Emergency Use Authorization

Bannon's War Room

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We discuss the border, judge Jackson, COVID, and more.  Our guests are: Mike Davis, Mike Lindell, Dr. Naomi Wolf, Ben Harnwell Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 4/07/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,765 - The Historic Vote For Judge Jackson - Cucked Senate GOP Leadership Craters; Pfizer Investigations - The Legitimacy Of The Emergency Use Authorization

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 51:42


We discuss the border, judge Jackson, COVID, and more.  Our guests are: Mike Davis, Mike Lindell, Dr. Naomi Wolf, Ben Harnwell Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 4/07/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews