While there was a lot of talk about reform, it may take longer than some expected to overhaul the military personnel system.
Defense agency reorganizations in a bill from Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) are major concerns for federal contractors.
Another lawmaker wasnts federal agencies to re-locate out of the Washington metropolitan area. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) introduced a bill authorizing OMB and GSA administrator to chose where agencies should move.
Military officers needs explicit permission from Congress to transition from part-time reservist to full-time active duty, but Air Force secretary Heather Wilson said that hinders retention.
Rep. Mac Thornberry’s (R-Texas) latest proposal for acquisition reform presses DoD to implement the initiatives Congress has already passed; borrows heavily from “809 panel” for new ones.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment Lucian Niemeyer tells members of Congress about how six years of sequestration effected military buildings.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry wants to cut the Fourth Estate by 25 percent. But lawmakers and former DoD officials are not sure it can happen.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) wants the Defense Department to cut its Fourth Estate spending.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Defense Department will be sending up to 4,000 troops to U.S.-Mexico border to assist the Homeland Security Department.
The reforms touch on perishable goods, asset forfeiture and modernizing the agency.
With the 2017 tax filing deadline coming up Tuesday, the House plans to take action on as many as a dozen bills that would impact the way the IRS does business.
The law intended to offer clarity for acting positions but has little enforcement mechanisms, the Project on Government Oversight’s policy associate said.
Kansas Republican Rep. Lynn Jenkins said the new tax code is spurring modernization at the outdated agency.
Sponsors of the Grants Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency (GREAT) Act are waiting for a Congressional Budget Office score before bringing the bill to the House floor.