In today’s Federal Newscast, while some members of Congress are trying to make sure federal employees can get paid during a potential shutdown, don’t expect every member to feel sorry for them.
A survey of Federal News Network readers found 51 percent of respondents say their and their co-workers’ feelings about their job and their agency would get worse.
Pentagon chief Jim Mattis resigning after clashes with Trump over Syria, other issues
The news out of Washington today that there is still no agreement on a deal to keep the government open until Feb. 8, 2019 is making a lot of federal workers nervous. What happens if there is no deal before tomorrow night? Is there anything to worry about? And how long could this standoff last?
Nebraska CIO Ed Toner looked back on his four years of state service applying private sector expertise to reform efforts, resulting in $30 million in consolidation savings.
The House has passed its own continuing resolution that would fund all of government through Feb. 8 and provide $5 billion toward the southern border. The CR is reportedly a tough sell in the Senate, setting up further anxiety and uncertainty ahead of Friday’s partial shutdown deadline.
Marie Mak, director of Contracting and National Security Acquisitions Issues at GAO, told Federal News Network’s Eric White how FEMA can utilize contractors more.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security act establishes a council to come up with policies and processes for agencies to evaluate risks to the IT supply chain.
Alan Chvotkin, the senior counsel and vice president of the Professional Services Council, said vendors are tired of facing the budget Yo-Yo over the late decade.
Be honest, how many of you bet a colleague, or yourself, that the president wasn’t going to give feds a bonus holiday Christmas Eve?
The General Services Administration must conduct a more thorough search of records it has on the FBI headquarters in Washington, a District Court judge ruled Monday, after a watchdog group filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
While Congress has taken steps Wednesday to introduce another continuing resolution and avoid a partial government shutdown, the IRS is prepared to furlough the vast majority of its workforce if lawmakers fail to fund agencies past the Friday midnight deadline.
The Senate cleared the first hurdle in preventing a partial government shutdown on Dec. 21.
When the old National Protection and Programs Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security got a new name, a lot changed.