In today’s Federal newscast, the Pentagon’s inspector general is investigating whether DoD is complying with a law meant to protect domestic suppliers.
In order to avoid a government shutdown, Congress still needs to agree on the nitty gritty details of the 2020 appropriations bills.
The agreement permits the government to resume borrowing to pay its bills and sets an overall $1.37 trillion limit on agency budgets approved by Congress annually. It also ends automatic spending cuts and eliminates the prospect of an October government shutdown.
Thursday’s vote addressed a worrisome set of Washington deadlines as Trump’s allies and adversaries set aside ideology in exchange for relative fiscal peace and stability.
Four members of the House Armed Services Committee wrote to President Donald Trump that any further delays to the cloud procurement known as JEDI would harm the Pentagon.
Eugene Scalia has a decades-long record of challenging Labor Department and other federal regulations, as well as a famous last name
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Federal Labor Relations Authority and OPM said a 2018 Supreme Court decision opens up existing law to a new interpretation.
The main sticking point between the House and Senate versions is the topline number. The Senate bill authorizes an additional $17 billion for the Defense Department, which the House argues would be used for pet projects like the border wall.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Barr said the Trump administration will take action in the coming days that he believes will allow the government to ask the controversial question.
A Navy admiral picked to become his service’s top officer will instead retire, an extraordinary downfall prompted by what’s being called poor judgment regarding a professional relationship