Kamala Harris


White House touts ‘significant results’ of task force after 80,000 feds opt to join a union

Federal unions have seen a roughly 20% increase in bargaining unit membership governmentwide, with close to 80,000 feds joining a union between 2021 and 2022.

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/fotostok_pdv)Close up of female hands counting US dollar banknotes at the table in front a laptop computer. Woman accountant with money and notebook.

Congress upholds pay freeze for political appointees, vice president through end of 2022

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Under new Biden initiative, agencies will do more to educate employees about collective bargaining

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Combined Federal Campaign

With donations rebounding during pandemic, CFC ready to build on last year’s successes

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Securing the inauguration from a continuity of government standpoint

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Capitol has to get back to business

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Ben Sasse

These four amendments snuck into the Senate defense authorization bill

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FILE- In this Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 file photo, Residents of a lakeside neighborhood walk across Overcreek Bridge by the remains of a failed dam in Columbia, S.C. Officials say the structure beneath a road collapsed Monday afternoon following days of heavy rain, nearly emptying a lake in a few minutes. No one was injured. South Carolina had problems with crumbling roads and bridges and old drinking water systems and dams long before the historic floods of the past week. Now the state faces what will likely be hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars of bills to fix washed out roads and bridges and destroyed dams. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves, File)

Infrastructure stakeholders want better agency communication, no sunset from FAST Act reforms

Federal infrastructure projects have stalled around the country due to cumbersome permitting processes and funding challenges, which is why a bipartisan…

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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

President Donald Trump’s pick to run the Central Intelligence Agency’s legal department earned bipartisan support on Wednesday after promising to address…

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