One of the administration’s signature initiatives — deregulation, or reregulation — is an effort that involves both the White House and many that remain without appropriations.
For going on 20 years, Congress and the public have read with a mixture of horror and fascination the reports coming out of the inspectors general, first for Iraq and then for Afghanistan reconstruction.
Number of furloughed federal workers seeking US jobless aid doubled in week of Jan. 5
In today’s Federal Newscast, bills to improve agency oversight of sexual harassment and give federal interns the same protection as employees pass the House.
Federal News Network is soliciting your questions about your pay, benefits, retirement and other topics during the government shutdown.
As the partial government shutdown stretches into uncharted territory, agencies previously unaffected by the lapse in funding now find themselves reopening services.
Last Friday was the first blank check many workers have ever received from Uncle Sam. But for some long-time feds the payless payday was not the first.
The inspector general for the General Services Administration says the agency improperly ignored the U.S. Constitution’s provision outlawing foreign gifts when it OKed President Donald Trump’s management of his Washington hotel after his 2016 election
President Donald Trump signed legislation Wednesday afternoon that guarantees back pay for federal employees impacted by the partial government shutdown.
The General Services Administration approves the technologies and the vendors and the White House sets the parameters for the security of federal facilities. But GAO says upgrades aren’t happening quickly enough.
The longer the shutdown goes, the more nerves fray. It’s downright crabby out there.
The federal workforce and its partial plight have dominated the news since Christmas. But how much do you know about that workforce?
In today’s Federal Newscast, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is asking the Office of Personnel Management how it’s making sure federal employees furloughed due to the government shutdown are still receiving healthcare coverage.
The IRS will exempt more than half of its total workforce if the partial government shutdown extends into the upcoming filing season, according to updated guidance the agency released Tuesday.