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Third time might be the charm. Maybe. The White House is attempting to push an historic federal cybesecurity bill through Congress.
The House voted on a spending bill that will slash the Food and Drug Administration's budget by nearly 12 percent.
The bill includes $50 million for the General Services Administration's Office of Citizens and Innovative Technologies.
Twenty-three Washington Redskins players finished their third set of players-run practices Thursday morning with the hopes that the 14-week-old NFL lockout will be over before they have to think about working out again without their coaches.
More than 125 U.S. Customs and Border Protection employees have been arrested or indicted on corruption charges since 2004. We get details from The Hill's Jordy Yager
Even though the legislative authority expired in May, GAO determined it still can decide task order complaints because of the Competition in Contracting Act.
Host Mike Causey is joined by Paul Forte and Beth O'Brien from Federal Long Term Care Partners and Federal Times Editor Steve Watkins to talk about long term care and an update on the bills that could impact feds.
June 15, 2011
New regulations would cut federal loans available to students, including federal employees, of some colleges. The Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities' Harris Miller explains.
A new bill would require companies to notify consumers and the government when personal information is exposed in a cyber attack.