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Chris Core, commentator
With only a week left before federal spending authority runs out, both parties have sought to preemptively blame the other if a shutdown does occur. The Hill's Erik Wasson explains what's next.
For the the most part, the Virginia General Assembly rejected bills that were based on ideology.
One last round of cuts has taken the jobs of 23 full-time Frederick County employees, 15 vacancies, and balanced the fiscal 2012 budget in time for March 8.
Harold Holzer, vice president for External Affairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, explains how President Lincoln might address the current budget troubles facing the federal government.
With a potential shutdown, feds looking for monetary relief would have to finalize it before operations cease.
Federal financial managers are coming to terms with financial compliance; limited money for new systems or upgrades; and the continuing need for achieving clean audits, financial transparency, and compliance. How are those financial managers facing these challenges is the subject of the Federal News Radio Discussion: Accounting in Austerity.
There's a new reality show in the works with a cast of millions. If everything goes wrong, says Senior Correspondent turned TV critic Mike Causey, it will debut in early March with a cast of millions who will get paid nothing for their trouble.
The Professional Services Council held a conference to provide information about preparing for a government shutdown.
Federal employees are barred from voluntarily working unpaid during a shutdown, explains Cisco's Alan Balutis.