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
Vendors are saying that a new bill would go far toward addressing some of the biggest failings of SBA’s HUBZone program.
EPA advocates say recovery efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are proof of how important it is to have a fully-funded public health agency.
Communication and transparency during the government reorganization process is going well for some, and not for others.
The House Oversight Committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow the Secret Service to raise the salary and overtime pay cap for agents tasked with protecting President Donald Trump and his family.
The Defense Department is asking Congress to make fundamental changes to the up or out system.
Amendment set for Senate debate this week would focus DoD’s attention on fixing weaknesses in “feeder systems” that supply vital financial data.
Defense Secretary James Mattis sent a letter to Congress outlining exactly what a three month continuing resolution does to the military.
In the Senate, there is a new argument over State Department funding.
The Office of Management and Budget released its fiscal 2016 e-government implementation report to Congress in late August.
Want to scare a retirement-age federal worker to death? Give him or her a high-five, as in the proposal to base their annuity on the employee’s highest five-year average salary and years of service.
Financial literacy, parental leave and contracting issues are all being addressed by amendments to the 2018 defense authorization bill.
The new report includes 22 recommendations, including the creation of a National Secure Data Service, and asking Congress to lift certain bans on data use and collection.