With more of what to expect from Congress, The Firewall Editor in Chief David Hawkings joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Many civilian agencies, with the exception of the Departments of Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs, would see double-digit spending cuts under the President's 2020 budget proposal.
President Donald Trump's 2020 budget request looks familiar. Deep cuts to civilian agencies are accompanied by a 5 percent increase to defense spending, accomplished through a dramatic expansion to the overseas contingency operations (OCO) fund.
The Trump administration for the third consecutive year has recommended cuts to federal employee retirement and health benefits as part of its 2020 budget request.
President Donald Trump's 2020 budget would bypass defense funding caps by adding nearly $100 billion to DoD's wartime spending account.
President Donald Trump's skinny budget for 2020 will be released soon and it promises an adherence to congressional budget caps.
In today's Federal Newscast, the cybersecurity firm Anomali Labs says it's found a malicious server hosting two separate phishing campaigns targeting government contractors looking to do business with the Labor and Transportation departments.
Congressional appropriators are concerned about the Department of Veterans Affairs' plans to implement and pay for the VA MISSION Act, which may likely place more veterans in the hands of more costly private providers.
In today's Federal Newscast, the National Treasury Employees Union asked the Office of Personnel Management when federal employees can expect to see the 1.9 percent pay raise recently signed into law.
In today's Federal Newscast, Representative Mark Takano (D-Calif.) is launching an official investigation into the influence of three members of President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago golf club, on recent personnel and policy decisions at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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.
After asking what a 5 percent cut would look like, the Defense Department will present the president with its findings after Thanksgiving.