The federal government this week deemed FedBid, a politically connected reverse auction firm, “ineligible” for new government contracts, months after a scandal laid bare how the company tried to destroy the reputation of a senior Veterans Affairs official who ruled against it.
Over the past four years, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, a Democrat, has handed out roughly $1 million in pay raises to exempt, nonunion employees who don’t fall under state wage laws, as Illinois faces bankruptcy.
The State Department failed to properly oversee billions of dollars from a nonprofit that provided medical supplies for humanitarian efforts in Somalia, overpaying $1.6 million to Nour International Aid.
More than two dozen conservative groups pressed the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday to look into whether the federal prosecutor’s office run by attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch violated restitution and crime victim laws in a major stock fraud case.
The Evan Bayh report’s bottom line: The unnamed CIA officers acted reasonably when trying to confirm their suspicions that the Feinstein cadre took documents that the CIA had designated as privileged, a designation the White House counsel backed up.
Federal employees shouldn’t be fired for blowing the whistle on something that could threaten public safety, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
The Army has initiated a review of a former West Point chief of staff after the Pentagon’s top investigator discovered that he implemented accounting activities that exposed the Army financial coffers to waste, fraud and abuse.
The Army’s much-criticized battlefield intelligence network met only “minimum capabilities” when it was sent to the Afghanistan War, an audit says.
Know your farmer, know your food, but most importantly, know where your tax dollars are going.
A half-million dollar taxpayer funded building complex in Afghanistan literally melted away in the desert heat within four months of it’s completion, according to new report released Thursday by the U.S.’ top watchdog in the country.