We now know what's going to be occupying Congress for the next few weeks or months. For a look inside that infrastructure bill and a few other matters, Bloomberg Government Congressional Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick.
The Biden administration is expected to propose a 2.7% federal pay raise for civilian employees in 2022, well above the 1% bump workers received this year.
The Senate is out of session for a couple of weeks. So nobody can filibuster, or not filibuster anyone else.
On this episode of On DoD, Carmen Malone, the deputy assistant DoD inspector general for audit joins Jared Serbu to discuss the department's 2020 financial audit findings - and why there are glimmers of hope that DoD might eventually pass an audit.
The Office of Management and Budget will lead “a coordinated approach" to fold agency strategic plans and priority goals into the Biden administration’s fiscal 2023 budget request and its President’s Management Agenda.
USPS loses $10 billion a year. Nothing's changed in years, Congress hasn't acted. Maybe they should listen to DeJoy?
Both parties in the House have agreed to participate in the new earmarks process that proponents say include some safeguards to prevent abuses.
House Homeland Security Committee Ranking Member John Katko (R-N.Y.) says CISA needs “a lot more money and need a lot more resources” to meet its mission, and could easily see Congress giving CISA a $5 billion budget in the coming years.
To keep the State Department staffed and prepared to handle this expanded cyber diplomacy role, House and Senate Democrats are calling for a $12 billion increase in foreign affairs spending.
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security members questioned CISA leaders about plans to improve federal cybersecurity efforts.
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government Accountability Office still faces a higher demand for its oversight work.
Dave Bottom, the SEC’s chief information officer, said a new IT cost manager will review and analyze the agency’s spending on cloud services on a day-by-day basis.
Once they're past the extra spending bill that includes pandemic relief, Congress could start to regard the regular old budget - you know, the stuff that keeps your agency going.
The Senate approved $650 million for agency cybersecurity upgrades, and another $350 million for the U.S. Digital Service and the Federal Citizen Services Fund to address workforce and other modernization needs.