Washington procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo said the Small Business Administration has been directed by Congress to make some changes that have unintended consequences.
Following a couple of dizzy years of policy and legislation, just what is the state of federal information technology going into calendar 2019?
The Trump administration maneuvered unobligated funding and found a way to pay Coast Guard military members back in December. But the service doesn’t have the funds now to cut Jan. 15 paychecks.
The IRS’s decision to begin this year’s tax filing season on time, and to start issuing tax refunds despite a partial government shutdown, appears legally sound, according to former government officials, but raises logistical questions from lawmakers and current agency employees.
New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet recounted his state’s unique governing environment, his invaluable advisory board, 2019 IT priorities and his future without his mom’s political support.
Two bills were introduced this week in the House and Senate to combat chaos in federal employee lives triggered by the government shutdown, days away from becoming the longest in history.
The Army wants to keep its Medical Research and Materiel Command, despite a 2019 law taking it away.
As the federal partial shutdown drags on, much of the attention is on union employees and lower-paid people. But it’s not easy for federal senior executives, either.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a bill introduced by Rep. John Curtis (R-Utah) would authorize congressional payroll administrators to dock pay for members of Congress for as long as a government shutdown continues.
If something bad happens it’s because his or her political opponent, or opposition party, allowed, encouraged or otherwise made the bad event inevitable.
White House tries to hold jittery GOP in line over wall, government shutdown
House Democrats in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia said they’re reminding their colleagues during the government shutdown: most federal employees live outside the Washington metropolitan area.
Congress usually finds itself playing catch up with industry when new technology is introduced and becomes popular. Some members want to make sure they don’t fall a step behind the IoT revolution.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a review by the Center for American Progress looks at how much money federal workers could lose during the partial government shutdown.