Amy Morris

  • Where Did Amy Go?

    Our own Amy Morris will be appearing on Federal News Tonight on NewsChannel 8. She’ll be talking about curing the FERS Flu and the backlog at the Social Security Administration. The show starts at 7:30…

  • Stopgap measure passes Congress

    Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio In an effort to keep the federal government running for at least the next few days, Congress passed a stopgap spending measure today. This became necessary after a massive funding…

  • Amy on NewsChannel 8

    Our own Amy Morris will be appearing on NewsChannel 8’s Federal News Tonight, tonight at 7:30 p.m.

  • DoD’s NSPS under fire

    By Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio The system which controls how 200,000 Defense Department employees are hired, compensated, promoted and rewarded is now under review. The National Security Personnel System (NSPS) has come under fire…

  • Some good news for the TSP

    By Amy Morris Executive Editor, FederalNewsRadio Turns out, amid the troubling economic news, a glimmer of sunshine for members of the federal Thrift Savings Plan, the retirement plan for federal employees. Q: What’s the good…

  • iPhone Facilitates Government Efficency

    The iPhone is cool for sure, but it’s also a useful tool to make the government more efficient. There are several applications for the government employee designed to make their work life easier. Q: Give…

  • No Longer Taking a Pay Cut to Serve

    Take a close look at the nation’s National Guard and Reserve units and you’ll find a lot of civilian feds. From enlisted to officer, plenty of feds make up a substantial chunk of the Guard…

  • Beneath the Green Dome: Part 2

    The Capitol Building is going green. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi handed the directive to Dan Beard, the Chief Administrative Officer. He started the Green the Capitol project in the cafeteria. But that’s just the beginning.…

  • Marine Corps Marathon

    Check out photos of Federal News Radio host Amy Morris running in the Marine Corps Marathon this past Sunday.

  • Bill would block BRAC traffic at the parking lot

    It’s being called a potential traffic catastrophe. Thousands of federal workers, and their cars, are being shifted to already crowded roads in Northern Virginia as part of BRAC. Now, there are efforts to stop it.