Lawmakers have introduced legislation to expand VA Choice privileges, grow cyber talent and promote infrastructure projects.
Congress mandated the military cut its senior executive service by a quarter in the 2017 defense authorization bill.
It may be recess week, but gun debates seem to be consuming House members and there’s still the simmering issue of immigration.
In today’s Federal Newscast, despite facing recent scrutiny, some veterans organizations still feel Dr. David Shulkin is the best person to run the Veterans Affairs Department.
Kaspersky Lab seeks to overturn the provision in the 2018 NDAA that prohibits agencies from using the company’s products or services.
The Office of Management and Budget wants agencies to establish two-year strategic goals as part of the new management agenda.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Democratic lawmakers are worried the President’s desired military parade would cost too much money.
Chalk up one extensive budget agreement with wins for President Donald Trump, congressional Republicans and Democrats alike
If you went to bed at a decent hour last Thursday night, you missed the great 8-hour government stealth shutdown.
Federal News Radio’s Tom Temin says the new, two-year, topline spending ceiling raised eyebrows even as it raised the coming deficits.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management released the first Quadrennial Federal Workforce Priorities Report.
GAO’s Elizabeth Curda tells Federal News Radio what enhancements VA can make to ensure success of its new disability appeals process.
The U.S. government stumbled into a shutdown at midnight as a rogue Senate Republican blocked a speedy vote on a massive, bipartisan, budget-busting spending deal
The White House wants to change how more than 1.5 million federal workers are paid