Members of the House oversight committee say they are entitled to lease information based on the Seven Member Rule.
Congress will consider legislation to form a inter-agency council that would develop recommendations to help the government prepare and respond to extreme weather events.
One potential proposal calls on Congress to require OGE to post more information online.
Longer probationary periods for employees in the competitive service and Senior Executive Service are among the many topics the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will consider this week.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) introduced legislation on Tuesday that would move a yearlong conversation around data-based public policy into practice.
The Commerce Department is planning to use U.S. Postal Service workers to help with its 2018 end-to-end tests.
FEMA officials and lawmakers says a provision in a 29-year-old law may be hurting relief efforts.
Critics say burrowing is not based on merit, and is a way for an administration to leave its sympathizers in place for years after it is gone.
Taking center stage this week is tax policy, as we expect to get our first look at the House’s version of a comprehensive tax reform package.
Though federal employees avoided $32 billion in potential cuts to the current retirement system in the 2018 budget resolution, Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) said he’s still keeping an eye on familiar proposals that lawmakers may tie to new tax reform policies.
Members of Congress will not use the budget resolution process to make significant changes to the federal retirement system.
The agency says it is on track to implement new hiring policies, and doubled down on its tax ID fraud defenses.
The House Science, Space and Technology subcommittee on Oversight promises to hold more hearings on the cybersecurity threat of Kaspersky Lab products to the government.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) thinks Congress can help lower the 21 percent military spouse unemployment rate.