Reporters' Roundup: G-Fund chatter, USPS wants Congressional intervention

Tuesday - 5/17/2011, 7:31pm EDT

Mike Causey, Senior Correspondent, Federal News Radio

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Jason Miller, Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

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Jared Serbu, Reporter, Federal News Radio

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These are the stories Federal News Radio reporters are working on today.

  • We're seeing a lot of chatter online and hearing about chatter in Federal offices about what will happen to the G-Fund since the Treasury Department can't issue the securities that back up the G-Fund. Federal News Radio's Senior Correspondent Mike Causey is getting emails and calls about the G-Fund. He joined In Depth with more information

  • The Veterans Affairs Department needs to have a better idea of where it is with using technology to know where it's going. That is the theory behind the recent effort to improve VA's enterprise architecture. And it's also will become the data that runs the Ruthless Shutdown Project. Federal News Radio's executive editor Jason Miller tells In Depth about the Ruthless Shutdown Project.

  • The Postal Service is telling Congress that the way things are, it will start to default on its financial obligations this September. They need Congress to deal with USPS's retiree health care and pension issues. Federal News Radio's Jared Serbu joins In Depth with more information.