In today’s Federal Newscast, a review by the Center for American Progress looks at how much money federal workers could lose during the partial government shutdown.
A bill in Congress would make sure federal employees who work in security, food service, and janitorial services, get reimbursed after the government shutdown ends.
The Census Bureau has six-to-eight weeks of carryover funding to stay afloat during a partial government shutdown.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the IRS changed the annual contribution limit for 401(k) style retirement plans and the Thrift Savings Plan for 2019.
The Census Bureau looks to correct the record on fears and common misconceptions the public has shared about the upcoming population count.
In today’s Federal Newscast, former Navy commander Troy Amundson was sentenced to more than two years in prison for accepting gifts from the now infamous contractor Leonard Francis.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Project on Government Oversight called the move to replace Acting Interior Inspector General Mary Kendall with a political appointee “puzzling.”
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson has questioned the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) method for reporting customer service satisfaction, calling it misleading.
Steven Dillingham, the Trump administration’s pick to head up the Census Bureau, just 18 months out from the 2020 decennial count, faces the challenge of overseeing the first census that households can respond to online.
The troubled U.S. Census Bureau has a new challenge on its hands. Robert Goldenkoff, director of strategic issues at the Government Accountability Office, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more.