Evidence-based policymaking isn’t necessarily to let others look over the shoulders of federal programs, but rather to help those programs succeed.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer wants the Office of Personnel Management to describe how it will manage and oversee agency buyouts and early retirement offers.
The Air Force is still playing catch up in its pilot pipeline despite adding incentive benefits.
The FCC and the Universal Service Administrative Company say they have plans in motion to reduce fraud and abuse in the Lifeline program, but lawmakers remain skeptical.
U.S. Cyber Command and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers seems open to the idea of changing the leadership structure he currently heads.
The federal flood insurance program was already billions of dollars in the red before Hurricanes Harvey and Irma arrived.
Senate lawmakers let a third set of amendments to be added to the Defense Authorization bill, including the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
The Senate has overwhelmingly approved a sweeping defense policy bill that would pump $700 billion into the military, putting the U.S. armed forces on track for a budget greater than at any time during the decade-plus wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
An interim policy released by the Defense Department keeps transgender troops in the military until a review is finished in February. Then it’s up in the air.
Senate lawmakers will decide Sept. 18 whether or not to allow a third round of amendments to the National Defense Authorization bill.
DHS needs to be more forthcoming with what it knows about the company.
Some civilian agencies were spared from deep cuts included in the president’s budget request, but the IRS and EPA would see significant reductions.
House Armed Services Ranking Member Adam Smith doesn’t see a way Congress can appropriate $700 billion to the military.
The House on Thursday passed a sweeping $1.2 trillion spending bill for the Pentagon, domestic agencies, and foreign aid that GOP leaders say is a conservative win, even though it reversed many of the spending cuts sought by President Trump this spring