Trey Gowdy

  • Former OGE director lays out legislative proposals for solving ‘ethics crisis’

    Walter Shaub, who publicly clashed with the Trump administration during his time as government ethics director, wants to give his former office more teeth.

  • 10 House Republicans and 18 senators speak out against federal retirement cuts

    Ten House Republicans reiterated their concerns for the recent fiscal 2018 budget proposals that would make significant changes to the federal retirement system for current and future employees and retirees. Eighteen senators, nearly all Democrats, also wrote their own letter to Senate leadership voicing their opposition.

  • 6 federal workforce bills to watch this summer

    The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will consider a series of bills this week that could impact the federal workforce. Among them is legislation that would give participants more options to withdraw investments from the Thrift Savings Plan.

  • Under new leadership, what’s the future of the House oversight committee?

    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.

  • 3 takeways from HealthCare.gov IT hearing; First task order for continuous monitoring is out

    In this week’s edition of Inside the Reporter’s Notebook, Executive Editor Jason Miller shares news and buzz in the acquisition and IT communities that you may have missed.

  • Federal IT officials shirk responsibility for HealthCare.gov problems

    The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee pressed federal Chief Information Officer Steve VanRoekel, federal Chief Technology Officer Todd Park, Department of Health and Human Services CIO Frank Baitman and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services deputy CIO Henry Chao to acknowledge the oversight failings, and for someone to declare they were in charge of the program.