Dianne Feinstein

Sunlight shines on the U.S. Capitol Dome in Washington, Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Bills, amendments linger in Congress with lasting implications for feds

Part of the lengthy to-do list for legislators by the end of the year, several bills and amendments may have significant impacts for the federal workforce.

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Senate Dems introduce bill to prevent Schedule F from resurfacing

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APTodd Semonite, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Army Corps of Engineers turns to private sector in face of budget cuts

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FILE - This April 13, 2016, file photo shows the seal of the Central Intelligence Agency at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. WikiLeaks’ release of nearly 8,000 documents that purportedly reveal secrets about the CIA’s tools for breaking into computers, cellphones and even smart TVs has given rise to multiple theories about whodunit and why. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

Trump’s pick for top CIA lawyer calls for greater cyber, contractor scrutiny

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Loretta Lynch

Attorney General lays out price tag, plan to support Obama’s gun violence reform

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Ruppersberger happy to see progress on Senate cybersecurity bill

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Feinstein asks for executive order on cybersecurity

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Cyber bill tracker

The pressing need for cybersecurity legislation has led to widely divergent paths in the House and Senate. The House has opted for a more incremental approach,…

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Interior Sec. Salazar outlines restructure at MMS

Secretary says agency \”no longer exists\” and details new agency\’s responsibilities.

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China considers easing tensions with Taiwan

Chinese leaders may be willing to realign some of their weapons and ease tensions with Taiwan. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, who visited China and Taiwan earlier made the comments during a Senate hearing. The move may have been coated with hopes that the U.S. suspend or abandon future weapons sales to Taiwan. China broke of military to military talks with the U.S. after the Obama administration announced plans to sell Taiwan up to $6.4 billion in arms.

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