In today’s Federal Newscast, the Labor Department will pilot a faster approach to discretionary suspension and debarment with its Inspector General and its Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
The Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) said it would have to cut workforce, already operating without voting board members, if the President’s proposed 10% budget cut went through next year.
Philip Wallach, senior fellow for governance at the R Street Institute, breaks down how the federal budgeting process could be improved.
The Army Corps of Engineers is asking Congress to sign off on new tools in their fiscal 2020 budget that would help them reduce a $98 billion backlog of civil works construction projects by involving the private sector.
Even in the latter centuries, fire remains a non-discriminating agent of destruction. Like Notre Dame, over the years, the federal government has had its share.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a version of the Federal Employee Paid Leave Act is introduced into the Senate.
Despite a proposed nearly $700 million budget decrease and several consolidations, the Justice Department wants more FTEs in fiscal 2020.
In today’s Federal Newscast, it appears the Navy will be dropping all charges against leadership involved in the USS Fitzgerald’s fatal collision with a merchant ship.
The Government Accountability Office achieved its optimal workforce capacity this year, but it’s still having trouble keeping up with lawmaker requests around new technologies and cybersecurity.
The Trump administration’s proposal for creating a Space Force as a new military service encountered bipartisan skepticism in the Senate
In today’s Federal Newscast, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) introduces new legislation requiring federal regulators to encourage financial institutions to work with consumers and other business impacted by a shutdown.
The fiscal 2020 budget request cuts about $300 million from NIST across most areas, including manufacturing and scientific measurements.
House lawmakers are skeptical 2020 budget requests will be enough to tackle attrition, morale and recruitment challenges for TSA or the U.S. Coast Guard.