. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)FILE - In this May 22, 2020, file photo the Dome of the U.S. Capitol Building is visible through heavy fog in Washington. New virus relief will have to wait until after the November election. Congress is past the point at which it can deliver more coronavirus aid soon, with differences between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Republicans and President Donald Trump proving insurmountable. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

Biden to outline ‘American Family Plan’ at address to joint session of Congress

More parts of the Biden administration’s agenda could come into sharper focus after President Biden’s address to joint session of congress.

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After a decade-long hiatus, earmarks appear to be headed back to the Congressional appropriations process

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Update: House approves temporary measure for proxy voting, remote committee work

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$1.4T spending package crammed with unrelated provisions

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New bill would extend identity protection benefits for feds compromised in OPM breach

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House passes defense budget, CR for civilian agencies through March 23

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Navy says it’s wasted $4 billion on continuing resolutions since 2011

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In the end, Senate lets the MGT Act in the defense bill

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Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.)

9 Republicans now say they oppose proposed cuts to federal retirement

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New cloud buying guide underpins IT modernization bill, cyber EO

The Cloud Center of Excellence this week will release a draft best practices guide that will give agency contracting officers, chief information officers…

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Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas)

Rep. Hurd unveils version 2 of IT modernization bill

The Modernizing Government Technology Act will let agencies keep savings for up to three years to reinvest in IT transformation projects.

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Lawmakers urge President to name permanent Interior IG

Four Republican congressmen urged President Barack Obama to nominate a new inspector general at the Interior Department. Interior\’s last permanent IG stepped down in 2009.

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