Continuing resolutions temporarily evade shutdowns, but they may also hurt the Department of Defense’s readiness long-term.
A just released report from the VA IG office finds six material weaknesses within the agency.
When Alliant II is released for contracting, will it speed the process?
Though the Office of Management and Budget Friday morning said the president is “actively working to prevent a shutdown,” OMB Director Mick Mulvaney said that if it happens, a government shutdown will look much different than the 16-day lapse in 2013 during the Obama administration.
How to keep military bureaucracy from squelching new and better solutions
Essential employees will still go to work, but everyone else will be sitting at home.
In today’s Federal Newscast, with the possibility of a government shutdown growing, members of Congress want to make sure federal employees and the members of the military receive reimbursement.
After years of cajoling by Congress, the Defense Department has finally begun a full audit of its financial statements.
Even though the number of bid protests is on the rise, the absolute number of them represent only a tiny fraction of contracting activity.
Zuma mystery spills into questions on NASA’s LEO program.
The Maritime Administration may not be the best-known federal agency, but this unit of the Transportation Department has a lot of influence on both civilian and naval shipping.
In today’s Federal Newscast, NASA officials tell a House space subcommittee its plans for making sure its astronauts are safe when using a commercial space launch vehicle.
If Congress were to follow on with more continuing resolutions, current spending could exhaust money that’s available and lead to sequestration. Short of that, life is not easy for agencies.
After GAO investigators bought guns online, they worked out a new blueprint for how ATF regulates such sales.
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