The Obama administration wants a web developer to create an app to guide tourists to public lands across the country.
The proposal would automatically extend existing funding levels whenever Congress fails to pass appropriations. Would Republicans support such a measure?
NTEU national president Colleen M. Kelley plans to retire this summer after four terms as head of the second-largest federal-employee union.
"There is potential criminal activity," a top investigator with the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration testified on Thursday.
A Reagan-era executive order requires the federal workplace and workforce to be drug-free. The rules are especially strict for personnel with security clearances.
About 85 percent of Homeland Security's roughly 240,000 employees would have to work without pay in the event of a shutdown.
A GAO report and Senate hearing look at protocol that dissuades feds from pointing out waste or abuse.
A recent federal review found that two VA officials violated federal law by steering more than $90 million in funding away from its intended purpose to pay for another project.
The Republican wants to prevent illegal immigrants from receiving a tax credit for the working poor if Obama's immigration actions take effect.
The House could vote as soon as Monday evening to give the VA wide discretion to rescind awards paid to its employees.
Republicans cannot block Obama's controversial immigration actions with a DHS shutdown alone. Here's why.
The Democrat-sponsored legislation would put lawmakers' salaries in an escrow account until the potential Homeland Security shutdown ends.
IRS budget cuts and staff reductions have led to poor service for taxpayers, writes Federal Diary columnist Joe Davidson.