Oversight

Supreme Court Wrestles Over Biden’s Immigration Enforcement Policy

The Biden administration instructed immigration agents to focus on deporting undocumented immigrants who have been convicted of felonies or pose a danger to public safety. Texas filed a lawsuit saying the change was illegal.

GovExec Daily: The White House Continues to Ask for COVID-19 Funding

Courtney Bublé joins the podcast to discuss the latest pandemic news.

GovExec Daily: Will the Lame Duck Session Prevent a Government Shutdown?

Eric Katz joins the podcast to discuss Congress and the CR expiring in a few weeks.

4 Things for Contractors to Watch on Capitol Hill Now and into 2023

Professional Services Council president and CEO David Berteau rates the chances of Congress passing a fiscal 2023 appropriations package and looks at and the possible fallout of the midterm elections on contract spending.

How the Hatch Act Fared in the Lead-Up to the Midterm Elections

Allegations and violations this year were not much different from previous years, according to the Office of Special Counsel. 

The House Republican Plan to Slash One of Democrats’ Signature Laws

Lawmakers set to lead key committees when the GOP takes control of the chamber say they are looking at ways to drain funding from climate initiatives and other Inflation Reduction Act programs.

Former Tax Chiefs Urge the Senate to Quickly Confirm Biden's IRS Nominee

The new commissioner should be a part of setting priorities and making plans, say former tax agency heads.

Arizona's Governor and the Federal Government Are Battling Over Shipping Containers at the Border

Using old shipping containers isn’t a permanent or effective solution to secure the southern border, as state and Yuma officials know. Now, the political stunt is embroiled in a legal battle with the federal government.

Senator to Elon Musk: 'Fix Your Companies. Or Congress Will'

After Elon Musk mocked Sen. Ed Markey’s concerns about Twitter verifying fake accounts, the senator told the mogul to get it together or Congress would step in.

Biden Says Midterm Elections Turned Out to Be ‘A Good Day’ for Democracy

While Republicans have fallen short of a ‘red wave,’ they are still projected to win a slim House majority

GovExec Daily: Agencies Need to Take Better Care of their Working Dogs

GAO's Steve Morris joins the podcast to discuss the recent report on canine safety at agencies.