The Fiscal 2014 Budget
November 14 Hale recounts how spending strategies are formed, then tossed.
August 30 House panel’s move for 34 percent slice would cap personnel at early ‘90s levels.
August 8 The Republican senator is the natural leader of the forces for pragmatic sanity in the party.
August 5 Mitch McConnell's team is selling his role as GOP dealmaker.
June 27 Democrats and Republicans divided over federal spending.
June 12 Sequestration cuts are ‘embarrassing,’ could require sharp workforce reductions, official says.
April 25 Gene Sperling thinks Congress can pass a budget this year.
April 23 Additional staff proposed for Homeland Security, VA among other agencies.
April 23 Reid seeks conference with House but may lack GOP support.
April 17 Infrastructure, education, research spending at all-time lows as share of GDP.
April 11 Forced unpaid leave could cost more than it saves, official says.
April 11 Proposed 1 percent federal pay raise called weak, retirement changes criticized.
April 11 Mitt Romney, for example, would do best under Paul Ryan's budget.
April 10 Higher fees and new fees would be phased in over five years.
April 10 President’s fiscal 2014 plan tightens spending levels, but makes room for a few increases.
April 10 White House seeks savings from postal agency's overhaul.
April 10 Politicians, agency leaders, journalists and concerned citizens weigh in.
April 10 In the age of the PDF, budget drops aren't what they used to be.
April 10 New BRAC would be modeled after 1993 and ’95 rounds, official says.
April 10 Proposal would raise the amount employees pay toward pensions by 1.2 percent over three years.