Bill Frenzel a global scholar of economics at Brookings Institution, joined the Federal Drive with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss perspective on what\'s happening on the Hill, and whether the government is facing a shutdown.
The House approved a short-term spending measure Thursday after lawmakers rejected a similar bill earlier this week.
On today\'s Federal Drive: OPM releases the 2011 Employee Viewpoint Survey, Democratic senators are examining G.I. Bill education benefits that flow to for-profit colleges and the House passes a continuing resolution that Senate Democrats have vowed to vote down.
Any budget deal in Congress has to be reached a lot sooner than you might think. The House and Senate need more than just enough time to pass it. Because of that Russell Berman, congressional reporter, says not to be surprised if another continuing resolution is needed to keep the lights on at your agency.
April 8 could be S-day. S as in shutdown for hundreds of thousands of nonpostal federal workers. The White House is fuming. Congress is feuding and Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says many federal workers are concerned about an extended time out without pay.
If you want to do business with the federal government, you have to follow the rules. In theory, those rules are designed to make sure agencies, and in turn, taxpayers, get the best for their…
The Honorable Tom Davis talks about on trends facing Government Contractors; as a former congressman and noted technology leader, he shares Government Contractor strategies and vision.
We ask Steve Isakowitz, chief financial officer of the Energy Department and co-chairman of the CFO Council.
Does Congress have another stopgap measure left in it? Can the federal workforce weather one more as well? We ask The Hill\'s Erik Wasson.
Redundancy, the budget, and your pay are all connected. And they all need to be viewed in the long term, Rep. Darrell Issa told Federal News Radio.
House Speaker John Boehner has raised eyebrows by saying the administration has added 200,000 federal jobs. Partnership for Public Service\'s John Palguta said it\'s not the size that matters. It\'s what you do with it.
The GOP wants deep cuts in a continuing resolution, meanwhile President Obama has threatened to veto. Keeping the government funded is what\'s at stake. Budget expert James Horney explains.
When the economy is down, the Patent and Trademark Office receives fewer patent applications. Anthony Scardino, CFO of USPTO explains why that makes it hard to predict what managers should commit from the discretionary funds.
The second F-35 engine was to be built by General Electric and Rolls Royce as an alternative in case the primary engine built by Pratt & Whitney failed.