From infant formula to the devastating war in Ukraine, nothing is to big or small for Congressional attention this week. You can throw veterans and Veterans Affairs into the mix.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform passed legislation that would create an internship center at the Office of Personnel Management.
The bill would bring 60,000 TSA employees, including transportation security officers, under the same personnel system as other federal employees under Title 5 of U.S. Code.
The inspectors general for two intelligence agencies were each overpaid by tens of thousands of dollars between 2016 and 2020.
The Postal Service is facing yet another challenge to plans for its next-generation vehicle fleet — this time from Congress.
Congress says DoD's budget isn't big enough for price increases, however lawmakers hold the purse strings
Could an overturn of Roe vs. Wade affect the federal workforce? WTOP Capitol Hill reporter Mitchell Miller explained on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
In today's Federal Newscast, the House of Representatives is trying to recruit more diverse and high-quality candidates, and get them to stay there.
The Biden administration's budget proposal for 2023 would give magnificent, double-digit increases to some large agencies, notably Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services and Commerce. But can Congress deal with it in any meaningful way by Oct. 1?
A newly formed Disinformation Governance Board remains shrouded in secrecy a week after the Biden administration’s announcement of the new effort was met with widespread criticism
The Department of Veterans Affairs hired thousands of health care employees through a streamlined hiring process since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it's calling on Congress to make some of these hiring flexibilities permanent.
The IRS, in its request for information, is specifically looking for technology that “will perform a complete digital intake for all incoming mail,” including envelopes and their contents.
The defense industrial base faces many challenges, like inflation and Ukraine, that need to be dealt with this fiscal year.
Members of Congress know the budget process, their primary mission in life, is a mess. But some efforts are brewing that at least some members hope will get the 2023 budget process under control.