In today's Federal Newscast, the IRS is getting billions more for enforcement, and some feds in the West and Pacific Northwest expect some locality pay to be in their future.
The Honoring Our PACT Act would expand disability compensation and health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxic substances during their military service.
The select committee on the modernization of Congress has lately been pursuing, among other things, a very un-modern idea. Namely, how to enhance civility and collaboration. On Thursday it conducted a hearing on this and other matters. For an update on the committee's work, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke the committee chairman, Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-Wash.), and the vice chairman, William Timmons (R-S.C.).
Government attorneys appealed a Texas judge's finding that the Navy's strict religious accommodation process violates the religious freedoms of 35 sailors who refused the vaccine.
President Biden signs an infrastructure bill Monday, which passed in the House last week after a long and messy debate. Bloomberg Government Deputy News Directer Loren Duggan has this week's outlook on how to keep the government afloat.
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center wants to see if AI algorithms can navigate the Federal Acquisition Regulation and build an RFP themselves.
TRICARE beneficiaries who get their drugs through home delivery or through a retail pharmacy will pay anywhere from $1 to $8 more in copayments starting in 2022.
The IRS plans to surge its hiring to fill its depleted ranks. The agency told Congress last year it has 33,000 fewer employees than it did a decade ago.
The Comprehensive Paid Leave for Federal Employees Act expands paid time off to all federal workers, allowing them up to 12 weeks to recover from a personal illness or care for a sick parent or family member.
The Budget and Accounting Act set up the system by which presidents proposed budgets to Congress a century ago. But does the current process reflect that original vision?
The accord marks a major step in the party’s push to meet Biden’s goal of bolstering an economy that was ravaged by the pandemic and setting it on course for long-term growth.
Results from this year's Best Places to Work rankings show federal agencies receiving high marks in their handling of the pandemic, but leadership effectiveness scores still showed much room for improvement.
The CBO's director of Budget Analysis may not be a household name. But her work has made her a member of this year's class of inductees to the National Academy of Public Administration.
What a year to be director of the Congressional Budget Office. No one imagined what would soon strike the country.