Experts say the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) would venture into uncharted territory if a partial government shutdown continued through February.
The politicians, who are still getting paid, assured civil servants — those forced to stay home and those required to work — they will get back pay someday.
Mike Hettinger, the president and managing principal of the Hettinger Strategy Group, makes the case for why Congress should consider a 20-year-old bill from former Sen. Pete Domenici (R-N.M.).
Government shutdowns are the norm today, but it wasn’t always that way. A 1980 interpretation of the Antideficiency Act changed the way both the executive and legislative branches handled lapses in appropriations, and they haven’t looked back since.
The long partial government shutdown has had little effect on the flying public. The Transportation Security Administration has received a lot of attention, but what about those the public doesn’t see?
Few contractors ever dreamed the partial government shutdown would start to approach a full month. David Berteau of the Professional Services Council provided some insight.
Despite the shutdown’s duration, Congress was able to get a promise from President Donald Trump to sign a bill guaranteeing federal employees would get paid once appropriations are restored.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) wants to know why the National Parks Service reopened the Old Post Office Tower within the D.C. Trump Hotel during the government shutdown.
Abraham Grungold, a Florida-based U.S. Postal Service employee and financial coach shares his guide for getting through a prolonged government shutdown.
Federal employees used to donating their time and money to support charities in their communities are now seeking assistance for themselves, after 800,000 federal employees missed a paycheck Friday.
Republican lawmakers optimistic Trump administration would not use disaster money to fund border wall
The House passed a bill Friday that would guarantee back pay to more than 800,000 federal employees who missed a paycheck Friday.
Jonathan Alboum, chief technology officer for the public sector at U.S. Veritas Technologies, had high level technology and acquisition jobs at the Agriculture Department.
In today’s Federal Newscast, analysis shows the loss of salary from federal workers, and the loss of income substitution provided through USDA because of the government shutdown will have a significant effect on the nation’s economy.