In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report highlights how the most recent 35-day partial government shutdown hurt agencies.
GAO is taking a closer look at whether some of the efforts agencies took during the last shutdown meet the criteria for very narrow exceptions under the Antideficiency Act.
Federal Occupational Health, a fee-for-service agency housed within the Department of Health and Human Resources, saw a dramatic turnaround in its Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey scores between fiscal 2015 and 2018.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, wondered if after the upcoming summer buying season, shutdowns will be more common.
Most feds have since recovered from the record 35-day government shutdown that ended in late January. But not everyone has, or will.
The most recent record 35-day government shutdown is now just a painful memory for many fed families, but it is still very real for some.
Some of the 800,000 feds that felt the impact of the record long government shutdown in their pockets may still be playing financial catch-up.
Senate Finance Committee ranking member Ron Wyden (D-Ore) said the IRS, faced with more questions and a “more complicated” filing season this year, expects to receive an unprecedented 14.6 million requests for filing extensions before the filing season deadline.
In the wake of the partial government shutdown, financial planning has been on the minds of federal employees everywhere. Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday at 11 am EST for a discussion on financial planning pre- and post-retirement.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics laid out what kind of aid furloughed employees are allowed to receive during a government shutdown.