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West Seattle residents call for help with increasing violence at Junction Plaza Park

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:38 min | Last week

West Seattle residents call for help with increasing violence at Junction Plaza Park

"In west Seattle, are calling on the city to take swift action. Cara Costume, it reports increasing crime and violence have taken over a beloved park there and the community has had it always been like a gorgeous little part there. Junction Plaza, part for more than a decade, has been a lovely area in the West Seattle junction. Now many say those days are gone. People avoided during the cove. It shut down. The city's human services department installed a hygiene station, and that's attracted a crowd that's created chaos and violence right here here in in the the heart heart of of West West Seattle, Seattle, and and the the problems problems at at the the park park persist. persist. It It is is dirty, dirty, dangerous dangerous folks folks over over there do threaten people in my neighborhood. Just threatened with a hunting knife. Actually, Max Curry lives near the park and manages the nearby Cupcake Royale. I would like to be able to feel like you know, my customers are Threatened on September 6, a man spending time at the park took stones and broke out seven windows of the nearby QFC after the store confronted him for shoplifting. What we want human services to Dio has come to the park, evaluate mental and the drug issues and help people get into the services that they need for people like Bird, Richardson. He says he's homeless and frequencies area and says many here are struggling to this is this's degraded. The Junction Association hopes their new Web page will make the difference to force change.

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"human services department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:40 min | Last week

"human services department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Ahead and recapping our top story, police say, looking for three suspects after four people were shot. At a spring Garden park last night. Two of them died. All that ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Brandon Brooks and I'm Carol Mackenzie Tim McLaughlin at the editor's desk. President Trump says the head of the CDC was confused when he told Congress a vaccine wouldn't be available to the public for another year. Joining us live on our line to the White House to talk about this. CBS News, White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Steven Good morning. So basically, the president said the CDC director didn't really know what he was talking about. Yeah, with specific respect. Two things the vaccine deployment the timeline for it. And whether a mask could be more effective than a vaccine at ending the pandemic. The CDC director Robert Redfield, told a Senate panel yesterday that a vaccine could be ready for limited distribution by the end of this year, he said, November or December it's an optimistic timeline. But he said it wouldn't generally be available to the public. That is people like you would meet Carol until the middle of next year late second quarter third quarter 2021. The senator's appreciated the insight. The CDC has offered a roadmap for states for in terms of vaccine distribution that was released yesterday, along with a White House document that comes from this operation warp speed, which is you probably know a combination of the Defense Department and the healthy Human Services Department. Working together to distribute vaccines when they are available, and the president was not happy to hear that. His CDC director, told lawmakers that it might not be until the middle of next year that a vaccine is generally available to the public and the president said at the briefing last night. He believes that Robert Redfield made a mistake when he said that quote it's just incorrect information. The president says a vaccine could be available as early as next month. For a limited distribution. And he says that the mechanisms are being ramped up for distribution more widely immediately thereafter, So that's the first point on this disagreement between the president and one of the nation's top health experts. On vaccine deployment The second has to do with wearing a mask and Dr Redfield said that he held a mask in his right hand. And he said this mask gives me more protection than a vaccine because it offers a greater guarantee that it will work. Then a vaccine. The president said he disagrees with that as well on that Perhaps maybe Redfield misunderstood the question, he said. You have two questions. Maybe he misunderstood both of them. The president was asked yesterday's news conference whether he still has confidence in a CDC director. He says he does, and Redfield issued a statement yesterday, reiterating his view that wearing a mask is one of the best defenses we have against Cove. It 19 And Stephen. There has been a positive test of the White House. What do you know about that? Not a great deal. This was also something that was came out yesterday. In fact, the rumor was sparked because a reporter who went into the White House for a test Members of the what we call the travel pool, the people that the small number of people who actually go into close quarters with the president received covert tests at the White House. The White House requires it. So this one reporter was taking her test and she tweeted that she had a conversation with the military nurse who was administering the test. Test ran late yesterday, she said, because there were a couple of positives. Obviously everyone's antenna went up by the end of the day, the president said. There was atleast one case he was aware of at the White House, someone who was not associated with him, he said. Someone who didn't perhaps interact with Could have been staffer. We don't know. Right. Thank you, Stephen. That's CBS News. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. Joining US live this morning W medical report now sponsored exclusively by independents, BlueCross K. Y. W medical editor Dr Brian McDonough Telehealth has been one of the few positive outcomes of covert 19. People love it as long as over public facing tools like Facebook, Tic Tac and others are not used. The government has allowed everything from zoom to FaceTime to facilitate communication and care. Squarely in the cross hairs of this renewed debate is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPPA, tasked with protecting and securing the privacy of individual health information in the midst of an international public health crisis hit, who would seem at odds with government efforts across the globe to permit the release of otherwise private individual health information? The government has loosen the grip for now. But once we get past Cove it what will be done to protect privacy while addressing a law that was put on the books when social media was not even a tool in people's imagination? Dr Brian McDonough. KOW NewsRadio Now the k Y W scoreboard sponsored by Rosengarten Roofing schedule, You're free roof estimate at roof, nick dot com.

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CDC, HHS readying “large-scale” distribution of COVID-19 vaccines

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

CDC, HHS readying “large-scale” distribution of COVID-19 vaccines

"The health and Human Services Department and centers for Disease Control send a letter to governor's asking them to consider waiving certain requirements for a new vaccine distribution centers. The federal government is partnering with the MMA Kissing corporation, the Dole out hundreds of millions of vaccine doses through state local health departments. Medical facilities and doctor's offices. The Trump Administration says it wants distribution sites fully operational by November.

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What Are The Impacts Of Disbanding Seattle's Navigation Team?

News, Traffic and Weather

03:55 min | Last month

What Are The Impacts Of Disbanding Seattle's Navigation Team?

"Seattle Police Department is trying to figure out how to implement newly approved budget cuts from the City Council. On Monday, the council voted in favor of cutting the department's budget by 14% for the rest of the year. Counsel suggests making cuts to the SWAT harbor Patrol and mounted officers as well as eliminating the navigation team, which responds to homeless camps comes Matt Markovich and marry Nam discussed the impact of those cuts. They're cutting the navigation team, but there's a lot more to that team. Mayor Durkin hacks. He has until Wednesday of next week to decide if she wants the veto that Monday action by the council That included those s Seattle police department cuts but also cut aspects of the outreach workers that go out with him and some cleanup crews. Now we caught up with what the city calls system navigators at Albert Davis Park in Lake City. Part of the navigation team. A year ago, the city would not even allow a tent in a city park. But because of Cove it, city officials are allowing that to happen. Now, Many City council's members say the navigation team is all about sweeping homeless camps like this one. And defunding. The police department aspect of the team was nearly unanimous this week, but a closer vote 5 to 4 vote. They chose to also defund the outreach portion of the team that tries to get people in those shelters and services. And some of the crew's that cleanup the camps in the removed biohazards. Over the last several months, There's been a shift in strategy with the city outreach workers entering these camps without police. The city Human Services Department says it's been effective. They had 400 referrals into shelter in 80% increase over the previous quarter and 104 we were able to identify 149 individuals in rolling into shelter. The only felt I'm just very long. Five months were from litigation. So for our little neighborhood is in use is absolutely devastating because we could Zero support. From any of the city officials and the neighbors across from the Lake City Park. Tell me they've seen countless set countless emails to elected officials about the crime from the homeless camp. And have heard nothing. But they praise the efforts of the outreach workers trying to get the people in the camp in the shelter. Now, one of those campers that lived at the park told me he wants to stay put because his co bit He doesn't want to go to Congress shelter any kind of shelter because he'd rather stay outdoors. And that was the settlement across a lot of homeless camps that we've been to the last couple weeks because the narrowest of margins was passed well, actually Council voted by the narrowest margin to eliminate outreach workers. We're hearing that there is some talk behind the scenes that they could possibly Change that we're going to find out again. We're all waiting for Mayor Durkin decide on Wednesday. If she's going to veto this huge package that defunded SPD Mary that we are seeing more of these homeless encampments pop up not just in downtown Seattle but in neighborhoods across the street from parks near schools now, so what are the current conditions? That would prompt a camp removal. And then who would do that? If the navigation team is eliminated? The current condition is there. No sweeps or camp removal is right now because of Cove it because what CDC guidelines And the city basically backtracked on its policy of allowing people to go in camps as long as tense aren't oven obstruction or a health hazard hazard to other people. Like being right in the middle of a sidewalk, then they're going to be allowed to stay. That's kind of the orders of navigation team happens if the navigation team is gone, both police officers an outreach We don't know what's gonna happen in terms of a violent camp violent camp. The police will go in and deal with crime issues in some of these camps. But again, it's gonna be upto officers. I may not have been trained how to deal with these homeless camps. They may be going into these camps in the future Couples MAD Markovich and marry Nam

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Trump administration orders hospitals to bypass CDC in reporting COVID data

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:56 min | 2 months ago

Trump administration orders hospitals to bypass CDC in reporting COVID data

"Starting today, The Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to start sending Corona virus patient information directly to the Department of Health and Human Services, bypassing the CDC. CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey talked about it today on K R L D. The administration says that The CDC tracking system includes data that is too old with about a week lag and administration says that America needs this data in real time. So they say they're focusing data direction on a more centralized database in tracking system through the Health and Human Services Department. Obviously, though, this raises concerns by Democrats and critics of the Trump ministrations approached. How it's the sorting through all the status thing that it's an attempt to politicize that data. And perhaps even with help would hold it. Well. Our doctor is concerned about this. Doctors say that the CDC is the right agency to report this to Ah, there raising concerns, of course, about how this data will be used. Ah, and who will reach and that's something that has gone ah, against a long history of hospital. Reporting requirements directly to the CDC regarding outbreaks like the Corona virus. So are the hospitals actually gonna comply? Rh? Will the CDC still get some numbers? Well, that's a good question. This begins today, and hospitals have been directed to no longer send their data to the CDC and instead to the Department of Health and Human Services, Perhaps No habits will still continue to do this. There are a lot of hospitals in United States, This is could be a big maneuvering project for data for big data, especially so it's likely we'll see more lingering reporting to the CDC as, uh, the trump penetration works toe. Push them or into the age against direction. Steve, do we know who inside the White House decided on this change? Was it the president himself? You know, it's not totally clear. This does seem like ah level in his administration that he wouldn't necessarily focus on. Obviously, he didn't focus too much on details, but it does Ah, fall in line with the pressure he's been putting on the on the CDC. Ah, criticizing their approach to handling the pandemic for Being too strong and obviously knew reporting especially yesterday in the president of you with captain marriage that he believes, perhaps with his own word that we've all done too good with testing, suggesting that he believes more testing more data means were showing more cases when, in fact, that may not be the case that a CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey, on Today's edition of the K R L D Morning

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What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

The Keto Answers Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.

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Virus whistleblower tells lawmakers US lacks vaccine plan

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Virus whistleblower tells lawmakers US lacks vaccine plan

"Government whistleblower Rick bright is warning of horrific times ahead if the US does not establish a national coordinated response for the virus pandemic bright tells house panel twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history officials don't act quickly he says there needs to be a national testing strategy more masks more gallons more everything and a plan to insure an eventual vaccine can get to everyone we don't have that yet and it is a significant concern right says he was fired from leading a government biomedical research lab after sounding the alarm about the trump administration's lack of pandemic planning he worked under the health and Human Services department and secretary Alex Cesar says everybody push the same thing bright snow different everything he's complaining about was the chief and says brights complaints don't hold water Sager make ani Washington

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"human services department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The customers weren't ecstatic somebody walked in and said it's like Christmas morning but in the bay area businesses remain shuttered San Francisco's mayor extending at home orders until may eighteenth the tension in the Golden State between health concerns and the economy is reflected across the country according to a national pew research center poll more than two thirds of Americans are concerned about their saints being re opened to quickly back in California state and local leaders more restrictions that could be reinstated if covert nineteen cases where let's take these new freedoms and use our responsibility to make sure that we can get through this in San Francisco Camila Bernal reporting well dozens of trials are going on around the world to find a vaccine for covert nineteen and now healthcare giant Johnson and Johnson says it hopes to produce one billion does this next year the company's chief scientific officer said today the company's upscaling manufacturing and should start producing the vaccine later this year we will have some vaccine available this year but it all depends on them it'll depend on the authorities the FTA an older student side with it can be used earlier before the clear efficacy data are available a Johnson Johnson and Johnson says it's been working on a vaccine since January and is partnering with the biomedical advanced research and development authority a division of the health and Human Services department well it's already Monday.

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Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

"Lawyers for a government whistleblower who was punished for opposing the drug president trump touted as a coronavirus remedy say federal investigators are recommending he be reinstated Dr Rick bright led the biomedical advanced research and development authority before suddenly being transferred last month after speaking out I was pressured let politicking coronas and drive decisions over the opinions of the best scientists we have in government his lawyers say investigators have found reasonable grounds that the health and Human Services department violated the whistleblower protection act in removing bright and are asking that HHS to reinstate him at the White House to me he's a disgruntled guy and I had heard great things about I mean right had been given a job performance review of outstanding before being transferred Sager mag ani Washington

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Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Lawyers: Investigators recommend whistleblower is reinstated

"Lawyers for a government whistleblower who was punished for opposing the drug president trump touted as a coronavirus remedy say federal investigators are recommending he be reinstated Dr Rick bright led the biomedical advanced research and development authority before suddenly being transferred last month after speaking out I was pressured let politicking coronas and drive decisions over the opinions of the best scientists we have in government his lawyers say investigators have found reasonable grounds that the health and Human Services department violated the whistleblower protection act in removing bright and are asking that HHS to reinstate him at the White House to me he's a disgruntled guy and I had heard great things about I mean right had been given a job performance review of outstanding before being transferred Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump administration launches 'Operation Warp Speed' to accelerate vaccine development

Noon Business Hour

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Trump administration launches 'Operation Warp Speed' to accelerate vaccine development

"Bank we we've heard medical experts say this could take anywhere from a year to eighteen months maybe even longer to get some sort of a vaccine is the White House doing anything to potentially expedite that timeline well to be clear most of the medical experts are still saying that that time line holds even Dr Anthony Fauci who says maybe this is gonna get done faster than people would think says that one year he's been saying that since this past January so one year would be this coming January the White House the president particular would like to expedite that as quickly as possible so the white house's lawn something that they're calling operation a warp speed they have not publicly announced this but this is an effort that if used to be a run out of the health and Human Services department the president was asked about this in the oval office just a little bit ago when he was asked who is in charge of this and the president said will ultimately I'm in charge there are not a lot of details as to whether they're trying to develop their own vaccine or if they're simply saying that once a vaccine is found somewhere in the world they will try to expedite the approval process for that through the FDA as quickly as

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Dallas County announces 10 more COVID-19 deaths, the biggest increase in a single day

America in the Morning

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Dallas County announces 10 more COVID-19 deaths, the biggest increase in a single day

"Ten people died in Dallas County yesterday the highest one day total so far health officials reported ten deaths bring the total there to forty two the ten range in age from thirties to their eighties Dr Phil of Wong is head of the Dallas County health and human service department and says it's tricky to predict how long folks will need to stay away from one another but says it appears that social distancing is working or trying to be prepared for the worst but hope for the best but then at the same time you know make it the best sort of assessment and planning that we can Dr Wong also says new antibody test could make it easier to tell who's been infected with the virus even if they were a symptomatic the county is also reporting an additional eighty nine cases for a total of one thousand eight hundred and seventy seven

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Dallas County reports 10 new COVID-19 deaths

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Dallas County reports 10 new COVID-19 deaths

"Today is the deadliest day for coronavirus in Dallas County the county is reporting ten more people have died and range in age from their thirties to their eighties the total number of dead in the county is now forty two doctor Philip Wong is head of the Dallas County health and Human Services department he says well new cases are still being reported in Dallas numbers are not increasing at an overwhelming rate we are definitely seeing evidence that this is slowing things down you know we've been sort of steady in our number of new cases reported each day the county is also reporting an additional eighty nine cases for a total now of one thousand eight hundred and seventy

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Hospital staff concerned about running out of supplies

Joel Riley

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Hospital staff concerned about running out of supplies

"The health and Human Services department inspector general surveyed more than three hundred hospitals in the pandemic finding out about what you'd expect the department found hospital staff are concerned not only with the lack of personal protective equipment and ventilators but also about running out of necessities like food thermometers and cleaning supplies not having enough help the staff and waking up to a week for test results the survey was conducted in late March by newly appointed inspector general Christie Grimm

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Fauci says he feels safe despite threats, is focusing on job

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Fauci says he feels safe despite threats, is focusing on job

"One of the trump administration's most visible faces on the coronavirus fight now has body guards after receiving online threats Dr Tony felt she's become a target of some trump supporters who say he's tried to undermine the president with Frank talk about the virus besides threads about she's also had uncomfortable encounters with admirers the justice department has granted a health and Human Services department request to gift voucher a security detail he tells NBC's today show P. feel safe I've chosen this life I mean I I know what it is though he says parts of the job are disturbing he's just forging ahead and just put all of the stuff aside maybe the bigger concern for the seventy nine year old felt she now was a hoarse voice after spending every day briefing people on the virus I just need to keep my mouth shut Sager mag on the Washington

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Dr. Fauci to receive additional security following threats

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Dr. Fauci to receive additional security following threats

"London Dr Anthony Fauci will get his own security detail after receiving threats to his safety CBS news has confirmed that steps are being taken to provide protection to Dr Anthony Fauci the face of the U. S. response to the corona virus pandemic after he has reportedly been the target of threats and harsh criticism mostly online officials at health and Human Services department have asked the U. S. Marshall service to specially deputized agents at HHS which would broaden their authority and allow them to provide security for doctor fell she that CBS news correspondent Pat Milton

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Dr. Fauci to receive additional security following threats

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Dr. Fauci to receive additional security following threats

"Meantime Dr Fauci is getting his own security detail after receiving threats to his safety CBS news has confirmed that steps are being taken to provide protection to Dr Anthony Fauci the face of the U. S. response to the corona virus pandemic after he has reportedly been the target of threats and harsh criticism mostly online officials at health and Human Services department have asked the U. S. Marshall service to specially deputized agents at HHS which would broaden their authority and allow them to provide security for Dr

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"human services department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"For cash I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop the cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually behind it isn't clear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to serve their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack a hospital or health facility K. I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is going to last in Amazon well you know their business is blowing but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price Skechers listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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"human services department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop is cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long it's gonna last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a tiny challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price gouge here's a listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household staples medical supplies in high demand products.

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"human services department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop a cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but it fits the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long it's gonna last in Amazon well you know their business is booming but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price gouge here's a listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household staples medical supplies in high demand products.

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"human services department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop is cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is gonna last in Amazon now you know their business is boring but not without just a tiny challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price scavengers a listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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"human services department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop is cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long it's gonna last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price gouge here's a listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household staples medical supplies in high demand products.

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"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop as cybercrime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread of the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but it fits the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack a hospital or a health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is going to last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price scavengers listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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"human services department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Cash I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop as cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use the pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but it fits the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs who apparently tried to serve their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long it's gonna last in Amazon well you know their business is blowing but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price gouge here's a listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past weekend was on sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household staples medical supplies in high demand products and their performance centers.

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"human services department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash cap and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop is cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it is a clear but it fits the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to serve their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack a hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is gonna last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price scavengers listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past weekend is on sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash cap and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop the cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use a pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it is unclear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs who apparently try to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack a hospital or a health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is going to last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price scavengers listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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"human services department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"human services department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Don't know over a year now and they just became a sponsor so thrilled because it's fast it's easy to use again you get an extra three months for you have to go to the special address ExpressVPN dot com slash camp and as you can tell by now this certainly isn't the typical format of my show and what's going on definitely isn't typical either now if there's a silver lining to anything well maybe is that people who are often at odds they get together on a path to go forward but what doesn't stop the cyber crime even now scammers are looking for any way that they can use the pandemic to take advantage of you and unfortunately news just out that cybercriminals are also going after bigger targets like the US health and Human Services department and its efforts to respond to the spread the government said multiple acts of cyber intrusion well it's not exactly clear what happened but based on the information available looks like it was a coordinated DDO S. attack which stands for a distributed denial of service that's where bots flood the system with overwhelming traffic now it temporally slowed the site didn't paralyze it and who actually is behind it isn't clear but if it's the kind of cyber attack that would be sponsored by a nation state now again the impact on the government it was minimal back to business but whatever that means under these current situations but here's something crazy that I read online too a handful of ransomware gangs were apparently tried to stir their softer side they said okay here on the dark web we need to have an edict that while this global pandemic is going on we're not going to attack our hospital or health facility okay I guess very noble of them I don't know and businesses around the country are closing and no one really knows how long this is going to last in Amazon well you know their business is boring but not without just a ton of challenges as we all might expect they were trying to put a stop to price scavengers listing for products that promise to kill the corona virus and this past week Amazon sending email to third party sellers regarding a new policy that they're temporarily privatizing household.

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Coronavirus: White House concedes US lacks enough test kits

WSJ What's News

05:17 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus: White House concedes US lacks enough test kits

"Today. The trump administration told Americans that the nation is ramping up. Its ability to test for the new corona virus but as of this morning the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said only about thirty two thousand tests had been conducted. That's far below the capacity of some other countries. Our team took a look at some of the early missteps and miscalculations that limited testing for the virus and is now making it harder for the nation to fight it joining me now. Is Wall Street Journal reporter Chris? Weaver Chris why wasn't the? Us Better prepared so initially. What we've found is that the CDC in the state public health departments basically told private lives that you know. Look the getting into corona virus testing in early February that they had it under control and the initially developed a test that turned out not to work when they began distributing it around the country so there was a technical glitch that led to a setback. There took them a couple of weeks. Take another shot at developing the test. And by the time they had had begun to pop up around the country kind of layered on top of that the food and Drug Administration which has a special power to regulate testing during emergencies stepped in and said that for any lab that wanted to do tests for corona virus. They had to submit a special application. That would allow them to do it. Under normal circumstances many of these labs don't have to do anything. It's not like marketing a drug where you've got to go through a lengthy approval process. You just have to develop and validate the test that you're doing just at your own lab using the basic science. The guides laboratory operations and you could start doing it without the FDA at all so places took this kind of a signal not to begin efforts to ramp up tested at the light commercial and hospital clinical laboratories around the country. That would your ordinary. You know your typical blood tests cholesterol test or whatever so that decision at the FDA sort of limited the development of capacity in that part of the lab continue of here in addition to that the overall engagement with the private sector by the government. And I think that includes both dealing with encouraging labs to ramp up sooner and also making sure that the supply chains that would be needed to facilitate wide-scale test in just never happened. And when more labs in these last two weeks finally did begin to come to the market there have been giants supply shortages. That have made it really difficult for them to get off the ground and this also influenced when and how the public learned about these setbacks at times contradicted what we were hearing from administration officials. Yeah you know. Part of the failure involves not just planning and and kind of technical glitches. But you know as we reported there seem to be a big failure of imagination on the part of the federal government where people both in the White House and the health and Human Services Department as well as you know more more sort of technocrats at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention failed to envision the potential for this outbreak. Getting out of control and they seem to think that they were GonNA succeed containing it until it was quite a bit too late. And this is all against the backdrop of administration officials at the highest levels like the secretary of Health and Human Services. Alex is our and president. Donald Trump sending the message that the testing program was going great. And you know for instance President trump looted that. You know it could be that the whole thing was gone in a day as a result of a miracle at one point while while this was going on our sources are saying that only in the first week of March did they begin to recognize the urgency of the situation and start calling for were tested those causes of kind of led to the ramp that we're now seeing the concern of the public health world. Is that it might be too little too late as the virus split spread kind of below the radar for weeks right into that point how does US testing capacity right now compared to other nations impacted by the Corona Virus? Do even know the full scope. What we're dealing with. We all know probably know nation does but I think South Korea is the example. That's been held out most often Truly is possible to awful lot more than we do. And the comparison as of now is that South Korea's detest around twenty thousand people a day and has been tested between ten and twenty thousand. You know by comparison the CDC's most recent reported the sport aid was thirty two thousand US citizens have been tested so far and you know one of the things that we learned in. The course of our reporting is just because test kits are available. Doesn't mean that you know the actual capacities there. If you answer Larry elements like the swabs or some of the other other off the shelf chemicals. You need to complete the test and not available. Also we'll be following those shortages to Wall Street Journal reporter Christopher Weaver. Thank you so much for joining me. Sure ex

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Hackers try to disrupt Health and Human Services Department’s COVID-19 efforts

The KFBK Morning News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Hackers try to disrupt Health and Human Services Department’s COVID-19 efforts

"Johnson breaking this morning ABC news has learned that hackers reportedly infiltrated the department of health and Human Services and it at temp to slow down the corona virus response efforts sources confirmed to ABC news the department of health and Human Services experienced a cyber attack last night related to the help organizations coronavirus response to hacker or hackers aimed at slowing down operations according to sources the origin of the attack and who carried it out is still under investigation and remember ABC news

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Covid-19: Why won't the WHO officially declare a coronavirus pandemic?

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Covid-19: Why won't the WHO officially declare a coronavirus pandemic?

"Appear on ABC's this week health and Human Services department had Alex Hayes are refused to referred to the operator as a pandemic we're not changing anything that we're doing because of whether somebody labels at this that or the other were following the science the evidence in the epidemiology we couldn't do one thing differently if somebody slap that word on it by the way there is a reason why he's not refer you to a pandemic is not been yet declared a pandemic there's certain criteria where you had it and the last thing you want to do is ratchet up all the nonsense that we've

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"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"human services department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Makers is we'll do I'm not talking about the rest of us. I'm talking about people who actually have the power in some instances to to change the way, we do stuff. I think they're they're aware the actually the Trump administration's aware of this. And and and a lot of this is described in a report that HHS just health and human services department put out, but I, you know, I the problem is you suggest is you have the Democrats on the other side, and they're really they're trying to move the opposite direction. Obamacare went the opposite way trying to mandate all kinds of benefits and and all kinds of mandate coverage. And the Democrats want Medicare for all. And it's exactly the wrong thing is going in the wrong direction. Now, ObamaCare proofed as unaffordable as it is now approved to be to be able to cover. They have low deductibles as well. And if you, you know, the bronze plans for ObamaCare ever fifteen thousand dollar deductible for a family of four and. Expensive that could have you have car for the plans that could be as high as twenty five or thirty thousand dollars a year. So so so even even with a high deductible plan because of all the the mandate in this notion of prepaid health, they they still they they're not getting to the principal which would be to have to have the insurance cover unpredictable, potentially very costly, costly expensive, and to take the rest of the money and have the person spend it as if it were their own anti shopping services and that forces, I'm a doctor. I'm a physician as a physician that would force me or any anybody. I worked for to be responsive to that. Consumer Justice Justice any any other sales per anybody else selling the product has to be responsive to to the consumer. And and to tell you what the prices are. And what you're gonna pay. And and and tell you why we're better than the next one, and it would turn into a real market. So amazing that aforementioned back surgeon owns and runs a very large practices. Multiple offices all over a very large American city, and you talked about Medicare for all he's on the verge of saying Medicare for no one in my practice. It's nothing to do with the patients and everything to do with the government. Right. Well, the the problem that the system that we have the way it's been set up. It it demands having extraordinarily extraordinary controls. It it requires an enormous amount of regulation, and it's extremely costly to administer because we're we have government paying for a lot. Or we have the we have our healthcare plans paying for a lot of routine ordinary services that we've -solutely amount of time. Dr Klein, I appreciate you physician on attorney Roger decline watch. We stuff it's available out there. We appreciate your time, sir. Yes. Thank you very much for coming up. You're welcome. We are across this amazing nation of house. I'm Simon Conway. I'm sat in the chair for Joe what did you make that? This is the Joe pags show..

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"human services department" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"human services department" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"J news time twelve eleven Detroit city official who has. Served, the city for four decades now stepping down Charlie, Beckham who most recently was group executive. Of neighborhoods will retire in September the seventy one year old has worked. For six mayors beginning. With Coleman young, on Michigan, matters Beckham told host Carol. Kane the city's bankruptcy was necessary certainly bankruptcy was something that we had to go through Dave Bing and I had many conversations about that some Indus agreement but we, needed to hit rock bottom so that we can start fresh and that's what bankruptcy does for you I mean. We eliminated seven billion. Dollars worth of debt you know. Most of our money in, the general fund was going towards paying the debt and. We could make pension payments and so you had to hit the bottom to come back, and then you need. A good leader like Mike Duggan the pulls you out of that with good sound fiscal management to. Bring Detroit back? To, where it is now so it. Was controversial it was something that nobody liked it was obviously precedent. Setting but it, was something I, think we had to go one of the things that Kevin did. As he outsource a number of departments including trash. Which is better today some people say he should, have done more of that during a time when he had the opportunity. Do, you agree well some things worked and some didn't, the trash certainly was one of the. Things that has worked out but you know as an example we find. Out the health department. That was not, a good, decision we have since brought. It back to the city there was some other things Human resources department human services department. That we farmed, out actually just, eliminated we gave away Belle isle at the time and turn it. Over to the state so some things were good. Like the trash pickup others Better today, though as a result of that well you know I. I ran bell alpha number years when I was recreation department I would beg to. Differ we had things going, pretty good on Mary Jane Belau was a. Question of management don't get me wrong stage doing a decent job right now but what they found out that it's as. Hard as I told them, it would be to management is, twenty two different operations Bilal is not, an easy part to. Do this one way on one way off that creates a lot of unique problems it's. Nice over there now but we think in early two thousands on, the Kilpatrick and my administration that was pretty good then two and I know we're going to be. Talking about a bunch of other things one little fact about your don't think people know as he start you're one of the first African American engineers hired at General Motors, right early in the early? Days, I was, nineteen, seventy this long time ago and you're making your way up, the corporate ladder there when. Call Magnon called over to jam and asked you To be the first African American chief engineer at General Motors and that was. My goal and my target and Coleman and my brother decided they, needed those talents in the city and that's when it started in, nineteen? Seventy you have been doing, a lot of operational things in departments and running things in the city that's been you're probably run more see departments than just about anybody at this point And the chief administrative officer chief, operating officer recreation public lighting general services department you name, it I've done it that's longtime city official Charlie Beckham with. Carol Kane you can see Michigan matters Sunday. Morning starting at eleven thirty on CBS sixty to a loss for the Tigers and inductions yesterday. For Tigers, in the hall of fame update sports next WWE news time twelve fourteen Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchi.

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"human services department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"human services department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The health and human services departments looking at four basis three in texas one in arkansas retired army colonel and cbs news military consultant jeff mccausland and says the pentagon has been asked to have the facilities ready as early as july the pentagon has said it will have no role in the actual operation of the temporary shelters or camps which will be controlled by health and human services so that would suggest at least that military personnel will not be if you will securing these particular camps providing security on the perimeter and frankly insuring that children don't run away once they are taken there the new jersey man accused of mowing down cyclists and pedestrians last halloween along the hudson river bike path is due back in federal court today trying to avoid capital punishment marla diamond with more saifullah's saipa has been charged with six more counts of attempted murder prosecutors say the who's becky living with his wife and three children in paterson new jersey carried out the halloween attack to appease isis even asking that the terror network's flag be hanged in his hospital room at bellevue prosecutors could pursue the death penalty but sipe hobbs federal public defender says that would expose the victims families to a lengthy trial and possibly years of appeals in a letter to the judge in january david patten wrote the most straightforward way to achieve closure would be for the government to accept a plea of guilty and a sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole at federal court in.

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"human services department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"human services department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Getting the latest business and vengeful news you don't have to change your saudi arabia's crackdown shows no signs of leading up to we get their give him a potential calculus who got right now what are the tobacco companies doing to make up for that tell us that story develops online or with the that means that they're policing themselves bloomberg radio the bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom now that the white house has a newly released republican memo shows the problems with the handling of the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential allege should the gop controlled house intelligence committee released the once classified memo which alleges surveillance abuses in the russia investigation president trump says it shows a lot of people should be ashamed of themselves white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the memo raises serious concerns about the integrity of decisions made it the fbi and the justice department democrats charge the memo makes public sensitive information and the fbi which warned against the release says there are omissions which impact the accuracy of the memo jerry bowed lender washington after facing allegations of sexual harassment dating back to two thousand five the head of the humane society has resigned and the dow dropped six hundred sixty six points friday investors fearing of federal report shows wages increased could be the first sign of inflation i'm christopher cruise you're listening to bloomberg law i'm jim girls who had thirteen minutes before the hour new york in minnesota are suing the trump administration over its one billion dollar cut to the funding for state health care programs that served almost one million low income americans they health and human services department waited until a day before.

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"human services department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"human services department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The health and human services department says socalled cost schering subsidies will cease immediately because they had like formal legal authorisation from congress subsidies opened lower copays and deductibles for lowincome people democrats warned trump quote will pay the price for disrupting coverage hours earlier president trump used an executive order that critics say will dismay lobov mature as well bloomberg served chapman reports washington the president proposed to allow business associations to shop across state lines for insurance policies that do not have to read obamacare's requirements on what must be covered insurance companies will be fighting to get every single person signed up and you will be hopefully negotiating negotiating to go sharing and you'll get such low prices and people will have great great healthcare by the millions and millions supporters of obamacare fear that these plans will attract relatively healthy people leaving care with those who need comprehensive coverage for which premiums will have to rise in washington herbs chapman bloomberg radio president trump will announce his decision on whether the bank albuquerque nuclear agreement with the around mid day today to senior administration officials joe bloomberg that trump is expected to refuse to certify the accord troublemakers declaration in a speech later today around twelve would be on wall street on bloomberg carry that speech large northern california communities continue to be battered by wildfires but death toll is climbed to thirty one making it the deadliest week wildfires in california history italy's prime minister has won a vote in parliament on reform of the electoral system bloomberg's john filling in rome reports at averts the risk of a government crisis and early elections reform now goes to the senate where the government has a smaller majority for a vote later this month the change favors parties that form a coalition thus penalizing the populist five style movement which has decided to go it alone in rome john for lane bloomberg daybreak global news 24 hours always a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob michael thanks for an upset brings us to 509 on wall street time for your bloomberg.

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