In today’s Federal Newscast, two members of Congress want the White House to save all records on the firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick.
Officials said Friday that DoD’s newest combatant command will stay at its temporary home in Colorado Springs for the next six years; it’s expected to take about that long for a new basing decision to be made and new facilities to be built.
Dead people are getting coronavirus stimulus payments, and a bipartisan group of lawmakers has asked the Treasury Department, IRS and Social Security Administration what they can do to stop it. While improper payments remain a…
In the last couple of weeks, GAO has reissued reminders on open recommendations. It’s a long list.
The Postal Service, a month out from its next postmaster general taking office, will also see its second-in-command leave the agency.
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FEMA’s goal of strengthening its financial transparency stems from the agency’s 2018-2022 strategic plan, which seeks to improve grants management and improve data analytics.
A provision proposed for the 2021 National Defense Authorization bill would undo a 2018 law, having to do with when departing defense officials can support lobbying.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers asked the Defense Department for more details about its plans to continue to provide a technology and cyber leadership program after the Pentagon ended its 30-year-old CIO development curriculum.
A group that includes many National Park Service former employees and supporters is urging the Trump administration to go slow when it comes to reopening America’s public wilderness.
The Census Bureau has launched a new survey designed to track the effects of the pandemic.
The Small Business Administration was given a seemingly impossible task when lawmakers appropriated two tranches of money to loan businesses in March and April.
The Postal Service on Friday estimated that a $10 billion loan guaranteed under the CARES Act would give the agency enough cash to operate through May 2021. That loan buys the agency more time to…
Louis, DeJoy, the next postmaster general, will have to come up with a long-term business plan for an agency that’s long been in dire financial straits.