Among the permanent damage of the shutdown, according to CBO: $3 billion in lost economic activity, $2 billion in tax revenue.
Coast Guard says it worked with DHS, administration to find “one-time” workaround that will ensure next Monday’s military paycheck arrives on time.
In an executive order Friday, the president directed that base and locality pay for 2019 stay at 2018 levels.
Federal employees wondering whether they’ll see a pay raise in 2019 were in for a year-long roller coaster ride rather than a straight answer. One week before the 2019, it’s still up in the air. Here are some highlights from 2018.
With furlough exceptions focused on protection of life and property, “partial” government shutdown paints a picture of two governments.
DoD says roughly 15,000 state-side personnel will receive cost of living adjustments in 2019, down from 28,000 this year.
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The Pentagon says it’s upholding the original intent of the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill by insisting that a key component of the bill is not an entitlement, and only a retention incentive.
The Pentagon’s inspector general says the Army intentionally misrepresented how much money it would need to pay civilian salaries in order to dodge other headquarters cuts
The Defense Department rolled out the biggest budget request in its history Monday, seeking $686 billion for fiscal 2019.