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Noise from Capitol Hill is starting to sound like a broken record

Federal Drive with Tom Temin got the latest from Bloomberg Government Deputy News Director Loren Duggan.

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Several Transportation Department agencies back to work this morning following a brief shutdown

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(AP Photo/J. Scott ApplewhiteFILE - In this Aug. 3, 2020, file photo dark clouds and heavy rain sweep over the U.S. Capitol in Washington. At least a government shutdown is off the table. But as lawmakers straggle back to Washington for an abbreviated pre-election session, hopes are fading for a pandemic relief bill, or much else. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Fiscal year coming to an end with time running out for Congress

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You can add Afghanistan to the list of things pushing Congress towards a continuing resolution

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(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)Peace Monument

In the House, it could shape up to be a big week for infrastructure spending

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A deep dive into where Congress is at on the infrastructure bill

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Last week of legislating before Congress departs for August recess

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House committees are spending the week working on ‘the normal kind’ of budget bills

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House Democrats working towards infrastructure package

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If you thought federal contract spending shot through the roof last year, you’re right

Last year was a good one to be a federal contractor because of the pandemic and a few other things. Federal contract spending went up by double digits.

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Did DHS ‘go rogue’ with FirstSource III solicitation?

The Department of Homeland Security is facing two protests of its FirstSource III request for proposals after two companies questioned the requirements.

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Congress seems to get deeper and deeper into its own maze

Looking at Capitol Hill this week, you can almost see two Congresses: The one working through ordinary items like confirmation hearings, and the one deeply stalemated over the big questions like how much money to commit to anything.

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