A fund in the House defense appropriations bill is raising a lot of questions about congressional jurisdiction and the possibility of sequestration.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says federal and Social Security retirees may be in for a cost-of-living adjustment that’ll trump January's proposed 1.9 percent pay raise for federal workers.
House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) says civil service reform is coming. The committee heard proposals for possible changes to federal employees' pay and benefits Thursday.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will examine a recent Congressional Budget Office report Thursday morning, which says government spends 17 percent more compensating its employees compared to the private sector.
Media reports suggesting that the Air Force might require some pilots to stay in uniform beyond their agreed-to separation dates are not true, said the service's top officer.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order further taking aim at what the administration calls the regulatory burden on businesses and citizens.
The Defense Department's innovation hub chief is optimistic about his organization's chances during the presidential transition.
Despite a crazy election, members of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees found stability in the results.
Defense-minded voters have been left with relatively little to go on as the nation nears the end of a presidential campaign that’s included only scant discussion of military issues.
The crucial partnership on military basics between the Defense Department and Congress is badly frayed, and the military will be the worse for it.
NAPA and Heritage release papers promoting evidence-based policymaking while the Reason Foundation highlights the lack of public-private competition under Circular A-76.
Justin Johnson, senior policy analyst for defense budgeting policy at the Heritage Foundation, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin the crucial partnership on military basics between the Defense Department and Congress is badly frayed, and the military will be the worse for it.
Congress bought itself more time to work out a fiscal 2017 budget by passing a continuing resolution, but an intractable fight remains on the defense spending front.
Insurance expert and author Walton Francis joins host Mike Causey to talk about how the pending Postal Service Reform Act, could affect the health care benefits of both postal and non-postal workers. September 28, 2016