House Democrats say the Oversight and Government Reform Committee will refocus on investigations of the executive branch, questions of cabinet-level ethics and a new twist on issues that concern the federal workforce.
The Office of Government Ethics has a lofty mission: Establishing standards of ethics for those who are entrusted with operating the federal government.
Democrats are asking the Defense Department to follow in the Obama and Bush administration footsteps and keep troop numbers transparent.
For the fourth year in a row DoD wants more exemptions from the Freedom of Information Act.
Whistleblower reprisal cases are going up, but that may mean whistleblowers are feelings safer coming forward.
Recent cases often illustrate how precarious whistleblowers can still be despite several enacted laws to protect their rights.
The Senate Armed Services Committee and its subcommittees are marking up the defense authorization bill in a completely classified setting.
The Defense Department is giving Congress its suggestions for the 2018 defense authorization bill. The proposal gives service members a 2.1 percent pay raise.
A survey finds inspectors general worried about the hiring freeze and budget cuts that could cost more money than they would save.
It’s unclear exactly when Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz will leave office, but his departure as chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committees opens the door to a variety of new candidates, who have the opportunity to shift the committee’s focus back to issues of federal and financial management and government efficiency.