President Joe Biden must send the Pentagon budget request to Congress before May 10 to avoid delays and a stopgap funding measure for the next fiscal year, the chair of the House Armed Services Committee said.
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, four whistleblowers, and federal prosecutors reached a settlement to resolve claims the company violated the False Claims Act while participating in a federal housing foreclosure prevention program, according to a filing with a Texas federal court.
EMCOR Government Services Inc. will perform a nearly $62 million blanket purchase agreement awarded by the General Services Administration for facilities maintenance and management services in Washington despite a challenge by Trademasters Service Inc., the GAO said in a decision released Monday.
The battle to unionize an Amazon fulfillment center in Alabama now shifts to the National Labor Relations Board, as the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union moves to challenge its lopsided loss and pursue allegations that the company engaged in unfair labor practices.
Congress returns the week of April 12 as House and Senate Democratic leaders begin a push to enact President Joe Biden’s long-term economic strategy built around massive infrastructure and manufacturing investments.
President Joe Biden sought to elevate funding for civil rights offices across more than a half-dozen federal agencies in his first budget proposal, a move advocates say could mark a tangible step toward equality if Congress agrees.