A shutdown directly affects almost the entire federal workforce. After the 2013 shutdown, most people assumed the Congress would never go there again. Why would they?
Secretary James Mattis’ look into the transgender policy is mandated by White House guidance, it’s not freezing the ban.
Attacks on the legitimacy of the Congressional Budget Office are damaging to the policy process, incorrect and unfair, says a conservative economic analyst.
Nearly 13 years later, the DHS IG still disapproves of funds allocated to New Orleans by FEMA after Hurricane Katrina.
A new Congressional Budget Office study reviews a variety of possible options for the future of the federal retirement system.
The Pentagon’s new Cyber Excepted Service will extend the probationary period for new employees to three years and give hiring managers more flexibility to recruit candidates.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) demands answers from the Navy within two weeks about what it’s done to address $21 million in waste by an unauthorized police force.
The evaluation comes more than five months after GSA’s Contracting Officer Kevin Terry and general counsel ruled that President Trump was not in violation of his lease.
A majority of federal employees who took a Federal News Radio survey said the president’s recent threats of a government shutdown had them feeling more concerned than usual.
If history is any guide, a large share of the Hurricane Harvey recovery costs will be borne by the federal government.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said it might be time to do away with the Congressional Budget Office.
Reps. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) and J. Luis Correa (D-Calif.) expressed their “continued frustration” with the Homeland Security Department’s rollout of a unified system to track employees’ training and performance.
President Donald Trump once again threatened the possibility of a government shutdown, this time over funding for the construction of a wall along the southern border.
The budget and the looming debt ceiling top Congress’ to-do list, but will members get bogged down with items like the population of Statuary Hall?