Lawmakers probably won’t have time to slip ideas to better space procurement in this year’s defense policy bill.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services told employees it would delay the possibility of furloughs until the end of August. Employees will receive another furlough notice in the coming days reflecting the new potential date, the agency said.
The bipartisan House provision, advocated by Rep. Jim Langevin, would also work with federal departments to develop a U.S. national cyber strategy.
Talk about a mixed bag. There’s pandemic and a record season, the federal contracting spending, how ready is your company for all of this?
The Senate will craft a stimulus bill very different from that of the House, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could get bailout help from Congress this week.
Suzette Kent, who recently left after more than two years as the federal CIO, said lawmakers need to reconsider how they fund technology modernization efforts so they are not just a one-year effort.
says it could use another $10 billion to deal with the fallout of coronavirus and keep its industrial base companies afloat.
An IG inspection found half a billion dollars in unfunded maintenance items at DoD health care facilities, including at least seven that could cause death or serious injuries.
A bipartisan group of House members say civilian employees should earn a 3% federal pay raise next year, a figure that matches what military members are on track to receive in 2021.
Congress is in a tug-of-war itself over immigration policies, and the bargaining chip is a $1.2 billion bailout that must come by Aug. 3 or else.
The House Appropriations Committee’s draft spending bill sets aside $6 billion to modernize federal buildings and moves the Department of Homeland Security one step closer to a consolidated campus in the Washington metro area.
The Senate added 62 bipartisan amendments to the bill and will debate six more.
Lifecycle costs at agencies that operate ships, aircraft, satellites can be predicted and kept under control.
The Moving Forward Act would require USPS to replace its fleet of Grumman Long-Life Vehicles with at least 75% “electric or zero-emission vehicles.”