What led to the this week’s government shutdown and what needs to happen in the next three weeks to avoid another one? Find out when Greg Stanford, director of Government Affairs at the Federal Managers Association, joins host Mike Causey on this week’s Your Turn. January 24, 2018
Monday was a crazy day for hundreds of thousands of federal workers, military personnel, government contractors and those who cover, feed and house them.
Federal agencies and leadership take to apps such as Facebook and Twitter to remind public and employees that they’re open for business
Excepted employees who filed suit in 2013 shutdown say pay problems can be avoided with simple legislation from Congress
The federal government may be open for business again, the military members have been told it’s unclear when they will receive back pay for the past three days.
End of government shutdown good news for federal workers, but some worry another could be right around the corner.
The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are now open for visitors, with New York state picking up the tab for the federal workers
President Donald Trump has signed a bill reopening the government
As the House and Senate appear ready to lift the government shutdown on its third day, one question remains — who will get paid, and when?
All of the problems that are caused by governing by continuing resolution are still there.
Military personnel will get their next paycheck in full, but things are a little more complicated for DoD civilian employees.
Democrats align with a plan to reopen the federal government Senate breaks filibuster
The president signed a three-week continuing resolution until law, that reopens the government and keeps it open until at least Feb. 8.
Bloomberg Government’s Loren Duggan outlines the issues keeping Congress from passing a CR, budget.