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Defense officials say a CR after the current one - expiring March 5 - could hurt 7,300 civilian jobs.
The continuing resolution expires in March, and we still have no definite word on what will happen next. How can agencies be effective with their new year goals, if the money isn't guaranteed? We ask the Partnership for Public Service's John Palguta.
The idea of retroactively cutting money that has been approved but not yet spent is one of several options under consideration. We get an update from The Hill's Ian Swanson.
Incoming House Speaker John Boehner says his party's goal is to give the government back to the people. But first, reminds the managing editor of The Hill, they'll need to figure out a way to fund it in 23 working days or less to avoid a shutdown.
As the new Congress and President Obama try to out-austere one another, what will happen with the 2012 budget? And, will there even be a 2011 budget or yet another continuing resolution?
AFGE's Jackie Simon explains what the CR says about your pay freeze?
Erik Wasson, staff writer for The Hill, joins the Federal Drive with the latest information
Congress passed a stopgap spending measure that funds government through March 4. The bill is on its way to President Obama to be signed into law.
The Senate is set to vote on another continuing resolution today. This one would last until March 2011.Erik Wasson, staff writer at The Hill has more information.
The House and Senate have passed a short-term continuing resolution that will keep the government operating until Dec. 21, 2010.