How would you like to find your name on a public list of half a million to 750,000 other civil servants who have been judged NONESSENTIAL to government operations?
Lawmakers have introduced legislation to expand VA Choice privileges, grow cyber talent and promote infrastructure projects.
It may be recess week, but gun debates seem to be consuming House members and there’s still the simmering issue of immigration.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management told agencies they may need to be flexible when applying retroactive pay for federal employees during the most recent government shutdown.
Chalk up one extensive budget agreement with wins for President Donald Trump, congressional Republicans and Democrats alike
If you went to bed at a decent hour last Thursday night, you missed the great 8-hour government stealth shutdown.
Federal News Radio’s Tom Temin says the new, two-year, topline spending ceiling raised eyebrows even as it raised the coming deficits.
The Senate has passed a massive, bipartisan budget agreement and spending bill to reopen the shuttered federal government
The U.S. government stumbled into a shutdown at midnight as a rogue Senate Republican blocked a speedy vote on a massive, bipartisan, budget-busting spending deal
President Donald Trump’s signature on a two-year spending agreement and six-week continuing resolution ended an hours-long government shutdown Friday morning.
Unlike previous two-year, bipartisan budget agreements, the Senate’s latest deal does not use higher federal employee retirement contributions as an offset to a $300 billion spending boost over 2018 and 2019.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report for the Government Accountability Office critiqued the Homeland Security Department’s implementation of the Cybersecurity Workforce Assessment Act.
As Congress works to avert a government shutdown before midnight Thursday, the Department of Homeland Security says the perennial cycle of shutdowns and short-term continuing resolutions has threatened readiness at the agency.
Will Congress pass another CR or shutdown the government again? Federal News Radio survey results show feds pessimistic about either outcome.