Dave Ramsey talked about the debt debate in Washington and what it might mean for federal workers.
Congressman Jim Cooper (D-TN) plans to introduce legislation that would prohibit members of Congress from being paid in the event of a default on the national debt.
The FAA must furlough around 4,000 of its roughly 47,000 employees because Congress adjourned for the week without passing a reauthorization extension for the agency.
We have posted several surveys on our site in recent weeks to get feedback from FedSmith.com site visitors as to what their flying habits are like now that the TSA’s security procedures have been in place for a while. The overwhelming theme in the responses indicated that the procedures act as a deterrent to would-be air travelers.
Senator David Vitter (R-LA) has introduced legislation that would terminate minting the $1 presidential coin by repealing the Presidential Dollar Coin Act of 2005.
The Transportation Security Administration is installing new software on its Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) machines, also known as the body scanners, that is designed to improve individuals’ privacy by eliminating passenger specific images.
Five Republican Congressmen have sponsored legislation that would prohibit the National Labor Relations Board from dictating where a private business can and cannot locate jobs in the United States.
Senator Tom Coburn, M.D. (R-OK) has released a new report called “Back in Black” that outlines how the federal government can reduce the deficit by $9 trillion over the next ten years and balance the federal budget.
In a letter to Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), American Postal Workers Union President Cliff Guffey said that the ad campaign the APWU has been running about how the Postal Service is funded is factually accurate and the ads will not be pulled. Not only did the union move forward with running the ads, but it is expanding the ad campaign with phase two launching this week.
Twenty different groups signed a letter addressed to OMB Director Jacob Lew and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner seeking answers to several questions about how a debt default would affect federal employees.