The House passed a two-week spending measure Tuesday that – if passed by the Senate and signed by the president – would stop your agency from shutting down after Friday. That would set the next funding deadline at March 18.
The Republican-led plan is aimed at buying more time for Congress to hash out a final spending plan for this budget year.
Stan Collender of Qorvis Communications sets the scene for what we can expect over the next several days and weeks.
Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) talks about the budget battle. Will Congress find common ground, before it’s too late for your agency?
Tom Shoop, the editor-in-chief of Government Executive Magazine discusses morale at agencies and how feds should prepare for a potential shutdown.
WFED’s senior correspondent Mike Causey says these times are unlike any others he’s witnessed.