Fiscal 2024 budget guidance from the Office of Management and Budget tells agencies to invest in rebuilding the workforce, the move toward zero trust and several other management priorities.
Programs at HHS, USDA and the Education Department remained fairly steady during continuing resolutions, GAO found.
The Inflation Reduction Act would give the Postal Service $1.29 billion to purchase electric vehicles, and $975 million to GSA to support emerging sustainable technologies.
Just yesterday afternoon, the Senate gave final passage to the Inflation Reduction Act after a full weekend of votes on amendments.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes the single largest investment of water infrastructure ever in federal government, and the EPA wants to get the funds out appropriately.
If national security and national economic competitiveness are driven by new technology than the U.S. is at risk of falling behind.
The Senate Appropriations Committee is proposing $850 billion for national security.
The AGILE Procurement Act in the Senate intends to make it easier for the government to buy commercial goods and services.
Another continuing resolution on Oct. 1 is looking inevitable, says WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.
Two senators from opposite parties recently urged the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the phenomenon of TikTok.
The budget reconciliation package announced Wednesday night by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) would give the IRS $80 billion over the next 10 years, with a focus on tax enforcement.
The Technology Modernization Fund received $100 million from the House for fiscal 2023, which is $200 million below the Biden administration’s request.
The Senate will continue debating the Chips Bill this week. Find out more about that and other important happenings on Capitol Hill, Tom Temin talked with Bloomberg Government deputy news director Loren Duggan.
TSA is confronting turnover challenges as air travel approaches pre-pandemic levels.