Senate leaders have brokered a long-sought budget agreement that would shower the Pentagon and domestic programs with an extra $300 billion over the next two years
Will Congress pass another CR or shutdown the government again? Federal News Radio survey results show feds pessimistic about either outcome.
Recent cases often illustrate how precarious whistleblowers can still be despite several enacted laws to protect their rights.
Top Senate leaders close in on a bipartisan agreement to avert a government shutdown.
If you’ve been a government employee for more than month, you know what a shutdown is, and if you haven’t just wait.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) introduced a bill to expand federal expedited hiring authority for military spouses. He hopes the bill will be folded into the 2019 defense authorization bill.
The House passed a six-week extension for civilian agencies and full-year appropriations for the Defense Department. The Senate is nearing a two-year spending cap deal.
Giving agencies better access to accurate, timely death records could help curb improper payments to deceased employees.
With new legislation, Americans could find it more difficult to know the calorie counts of some items on restaurant menus.
The Veterans Affairs Department recently clarified its disciplinary data, which the department posts publicly on its website every two weeks.
Is there too much power concentrated in Washington? Here’s what feds think about downsizing D.C.
Here we are, barely three weeks after the last shutdown, and already staring down the next. What do you think will happen this time?
The number of people involuntarily separated from the services is trickling to a halt.
Congress probably won’t have enough time to pass a budget before this Thursday’s deadline. But what will happen?