Lawmakers sponsored an amendment to the Department of Defense’s spending bill that kept civilian defense jobs from being outsourced.
President Trump’s nominee to head the Office of Personnel Management has requested a withdrawal of his nomination.
The U.S. Army chief of staff says he will not take any action on a ban of transgender service members until he receives a written directive that has gone through the chain of command.
Lawmakers have made their first use of the “Holman Rule,” which enables them to reduce the number of federal workers at specific agencies or cut their salaries as a provision of or an amendment to an appropriations bill.
A group of Republicans has written a letter to House leadership expressing concern over proposed cuts to federal employee retirement programs.
A Senate panel on July 26 approved legislation requiring the Office of Personnel Management to submit an annual report to Congress on the use of official time by federal employees.
Just one week after the Department of Defense announced a stay in the transgender inclusion policy for the military, President Trump announced via Twitter that the U.S. military will not be moving forward on the plan.
Ranking members in the Senate on Monday announced efforts aimed at ensuring that the Department of Energy is protecting its workers in or near the tank farms at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington state from exposure to dangerous chemicals.
The House on Monday rejected a plan to allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to redirect funds to cover an expected budget shortfall that could threaten medical care for thousands of patients.
The decades-long plan to relocate the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters from downtown Washington, D.C., has come to an end.