Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy

DeJoy agrees to pause some USPS facility changes until 2025

Postmaster General Louis DeJoy says USPS will pause plans to move of mail processing operations at facilities across the country until January 2025.

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Whistleblower protection legislation stalls amid congressional chaos

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Labor’s Bafundo assumes new role with TMF program management office

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Bill roundup: Committee OKs Border Patrol pay raise, CBP hiring, permanent federal firefighter raise

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Agency efforts to cut redundant programs save $600B over 13 years, GAO says

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Time to turn the government’s tech startup into a grown up

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New bill would mandate legacy IT inventories, modernization plans

The Legacy IT Reduction Act of 2022 aims to bring some transparency to this problem agencies have in knowing how many legacy IT systems they have and their…

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‘Long-overdue’ USPS reform bill set to save agency $50B over decade passes House

A long-awaited reform bill that would save the Postal Service about $50 billion over the next decade took a major step forward in Congress.

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(AP Photo/Eric Gay)FILE - Border Patrol agents hold a news conference prior to a media tour of a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection temporary facility near the Donna International Bridge in Donna, Texas, May 2, 2019. A special Customs and Border Protection unit used sensitive government databases intended to track terrorists to investigate as many as 20 U.S.-based journalists, including a Pulitzer Prize-winning Associated Press reporter, according to a federal watchdog. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Senators warn USPS, CBP fall short on legislation to stop opioids in the mail

Two senators remain concerned these agencies haven’t done more to tighten the flow of drugs, such as fentanyl, from coming into the United States, despite championing legislation that gives them the tools to do so.

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