The Navy has a few tricks up its sleeve to award contracts in a time when new starts aren’t allowed.
The Internal Revenue Service can do better, but the need for more money is inescapable.
Amid budget uncertainty, agency chief financial officers are using data analytics to determine where the agencies can most effectively streamline programs.
After a record hurricane season, the Coast Guard is in need of new funding to keep itself afloat in 2018.
The answer to the question in the headline is that we should all care, because it is certainly no way to run a business, or a government.
Democrats and Republicans have been talking about a potential two-year budget agreement,. With 10 days left of CR, still no clear results.
Sometimes the federal government seems like a kaleidoscope of numbers when it comes to its budgeting.
The Trump administration’s request for an additional $18 billion over 10 years to build a border wall is riling up some Democrats, as Congress continues negotiations over a spending deal by Jan. 19.
Chief human capital officers have been looking at their performance management practices and are tweaking those for the 2019 budget submission.
In today’s Federal Newscast, OMB Director Mick Mulvaney is pushing for a clean funding bill before the current continuing resolution expires on Jan. 19.
With all of the proposals in recent years to cut the workforce, make it easier to fire people, change federal pay and more, it was safe to assume we would see a lot of action on civil service issues.
Soon members of Congress will return to the Hill to tackle the great issues of 2018 — besides getting re-elected, that is.
NASA reaches third round of funding for “tipping-point” technologies and is looking for investors to upgrade its commercial application capability.
The Defense Department is prepared to deal with issues if Congress can’t pass a spending bill or it agrees to another continuing resolution.