Even with the Trump Hotel potentially up for sale, GSA and House Democrats have once again clashed over an investigation into whether the president’s ties to a government lease violate the Constitution.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the General Services Administration re-iterates a policy prohibiting employees from sleeping in their offices or the buildings they work in.
“We don’t know whether we’re getting a damn penny out of this thing or not,” Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) said at Wednesday’s subcommittee hearing.
The bill adds more career flexibility for Coast Guard officers.
Labor groups representing Federal Aviation Administration employees warned House lawmakers another partial government shutdown would further harm the agency’s ability to recruit and retain highly skilled staff.
General Services Administration acting Administrator Tim Horne told a congressional subcommittee the FBI headquarters project is cancelled, but not completely out of the running. Horne said the Trump Organization is in full compliance when it comes to the Old Post Office lease.
Two Democrat Senators sent their second letter to the General Services Administration asking how they are going to deal with the “violation” of the terms of the Trump Hotel lease.
Lawmakers and agency heads are looking at ways the General Services Administration can better manage and maintain federal properties and offices.