News released today about the latest payroll tax cut debates indicate that a pay freeze for federal employees to help pay for the tax cuts is not yet off of the table in the negotiations.
The Senate is currently debating a possible payroll tax cut extension, and one plan being discussed includes an additional three year pay freeze on the federal workforce.
In response to the super committee’s thus far failed attempts to cut $1.2 trillion in federal debt over ten years, the Tea Party has released its own budget plan that aims to reduce federal spending by $9.7 trillion over the next ten years.
A new report issued by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform argues that it is time to cut off Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from their government provided support for good.
Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) has released a new report criticizing proposed cuts to the Government Accountability Office.
According to a new report released by House Congressional leaders, the Transportation Security Administration has lost its focus on air transportation security and instead has become an “enormous, inflexible and distracted bureaucracy.”
The Partnership for Public Service has released its list of the best places to work in the federal government for 2011.
Rick Perry has released a plan outlining how he would reduce the size of the federal government if he was to be elected President.
OPM has released the new premiums for the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) categories. The new rates will be effective the first pay period beginning on or after January 1, 2012.
GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney recently released his fiscal plan. Some of the cuts proposed would directly affect federal employees.