Government Shutdown

(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)The Capitol is seen in Washington, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021, as Congress returns to a busy schedule and Democratic lawmakers are laboring to shoulder President Joe Biden's massive $3.5 trillion

Court fight continues over government-shutdown double back pay

In today’s Federal Newscast: The court fight continues over government shutdown double back pay. A New York congressman is urging CISA to examine air…

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You heard right: The next potential government shutdown is coming into view

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Advice from the GAO on how to deal with the coming continuing resolution

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Night falls at the the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, with the deadline to fund the government approaching. Republicans in the Senate are poised to stall a must-pass funding bill as they force a debate on rolling back the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandates for some workers. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Federal Court of Appeals looks to handle question of monetary damages for feds who worked for free during shutdown

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What full-year appropriations halfway through the year means to contracting

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anniversary of the attack Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022.

House approves short-term bill averting federal shutdown

The House has approved legislation financing federal agencies for another month

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Why services contractors have a difficult landscape to cross

The continuing resolution, having now eaten up nearly five months of the fiscal year, is starting to affect the market valuations of publicly traded federal…

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That competitiveness bill the House passed would deliver a lot of money to the government itself

House Democrats passed a nearly 3,000 page bill last week aimed at American Industrial competitiveness. There’s a lot in there for federal agencies, including the Commerce Department. But does it have legs? We get more now from Bloomberg deputy news director Loren Duggan.

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