The audit from the department's inspector general focused on $725 million awarded to the state and city through the Homeland Security Grant Program from fiscal years 2010 through 2012.
For the fiscal 2017 budget requests, federal agencies will be required to ensure that funding requests in support of federal facilities align with the Obama administration's climate preparedness and resilience goals, according to July 1 blog post.
Days after the Obama administration and federal workers unions came out against a House proposal to slash the Internal Revenue Service budget in fiscal 2016, the agency's auditor released a report saying reduced budgets have and will continue to keep the IRS from doing its job properly.
The dramatic budget cuts laid out in the House Appropriations Committee's spending bill for the Internal Revenue Service would hinder the agency's ability to do its job, says a June 16 letter from Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan to the committee.
The Internal Revenue Service would see massive budget cuts under a fiscal 2016 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill released by the House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday.
The Defense Department should document and assess the lessons it learned from deep, sequestration-related budget cuts in fiscal 2013, because those cuts could come back in fiscal 2016, says a May 27 Government Accountability Office report.
The federal government wants to know how best to train and develop the contracting workforce that supports government's Digital Service teams.
Both chambers of Congress last week passed a bill that would authorize more funds to finish construction on a highly troubled Veterans Affairs Department medical center in Denver.
Federal funding for research and development fell dramatically in fiscal 2013 compared to the previous fiscal year, which includes about $10 billion in cuts to the Defense Department, says the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics.
The head of the Defense Department rebuffed Republican lawmakers' attempt to use Overseas Contingency funding to bolster the DoD budget while still reducing spending for non-defense agencies.