Congress barely avoided a government shutdown on Friday by passing a continuing resolution just hours before the previous CR was set to expire. But they didn't buy themselves much time.
Transition funding for the incoming Biden administration, like all other federal appropriations, is coming from a continuing resolution, which expires in less than two weeks.
Both houses of Congress are working this week. They've got internal housekeeping items to attend to, but also some bills critical to keep the government functioning.
Contractors doing business with the intelligence agencies must deal with a 2021 budget request that's hundreds of millions of dollars lower than the fiscal year that just ended.
Congress has not finished debating what to do about another stimulus bill for pandemic response.
The pandemic has damaged the economy. No question about it. But it's also stimulated record levels of federal contract spending.
For how all the latest Congressional activity might sort out, Bloomberg Government Editorial Director Loren Duggan spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Like the full moon you know will be rising soon, the continuing resolution for the 2021 fiscal year, it starts next week, is finally taking shape in Congress.
For the first time in a couple of dozen blue moons, Congress may not pass the National Defense Authorization Act before the end of the fiscal year. The House and Senate versions have some politically serious differences.
The curtain opens on a Congress deeply divided, now the question is whether they'll pass a budget for the year starting October 1.
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center is searching for a consortium manager to handle businesses.
Not much got done in Congress over the last two weeks, and tomorrow is the first day of the last month of the fiscal year.
The most trustworthy IT network is a zero trust network. A growing number of agencies are evaluating how to turn their networks in that direction.
They're gone. Both the House and Senate are basically in recess until Labor Day, with only perfunctory goings on.