A new bill jointly introduced by Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH), and Rep. Michael Turner (R-OH) seeks to improve the collection process surrounding data on sexual violence within federal agencies.
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Following the unveiling last week of President Donald Trump’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget proposal, the General Services Administration (GSA) – the agency tasked with supporting the basic administrative functions of the rest of the federal government – appears to be among the agencies that could see dramatic changes.
According to a new report issued by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), continued reliance on continuing resolutions would likely trigger across-the-board federal spending cuts, or sequestration.
Following a four-month review process, the Interior Department this week presented its recommendations to the White House for scaling back the amount of land designated as national monuments.
In a speech delivered yesterday to the National Petroleum Council, a body comprised of 200 representatives of the oil and natural gas industry selected by the Department of Energy to advise on any matter pertaining to oil and natural gas, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke decried the lack of loyalty to himself and to President Trump, according to reports by the Associated Press.
FedScoop released its list of the top technologies to watch in 2018 in the federal government space.
This week, the University of Pennsylvania released the results of its research into the mysterious attack on U.S. diplomatic workers based at the U.S. embassy in Cuba.
An integral theme of President Donald Trump’s 2016 bid was the notion of “draining the swamp.”
To say the process to fund the federal government is complex is an understatement. Considering that spending, including both mandatory and discretionary, totals more than $4 trillion dollars annually, that makes sense.
Five months after the election of President Donald Trump, progress filling agencies with his political appointees has been decidedly slow, as highlighted by a recent piece in the Washington Post.
During a meeting today, President Donald Trump indicated his goal is to sign a tax reform bill before Christmas, a statement that increases the pressure on Congressional Republicans who have thus far found difficulty agreeing on what specific shape various aspects of a tax overhaul proposal should take.
This week, President Donald Trump unveiled his Fiscal Year 2019 (FY19) budget plan, setting his administration’s agenda for the coming year on a host of issues.
President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Capitol Hill today to meet with Republican lawmakers in a discussion with wide-ranging implications on legislative proposals, most notably on the shape of any forthcoming tax reform proposal.
In a recent letter from the Office of Government Ethics – the federal government’s top watchdog – the agency’s acting director noted the White House had provided minimal guidance pertaining to the Trump administration’s “oversight and implementation of Executive Order 13770, which establishes an ethics pledge for certain executive branch appointees, including White House personnel.”
Missed the live stream of the 28th annual National Memorial Day Concert Sunday, May 28th? Watch all the splendor from the West Lawn of the US Capitol now, courtesy of PBS.
In an eventful 2017, these are some of the stories that defined the year.