The Republican campaign to impeach the IRS commissioner: What comes next
Three days after a GOP leader in Congress introduced four articles of impeachment against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, the next move on whether to remove him from his job is now up to the House Judiciary Committee.
Congress probing how massive surveillance blimp went rogue
The powerful leaders of the House Oversight Committee on Thursday fired off letters to the secretaries of Defense and Transportation seeking information about the runaway blimp that wreaked havoc when it became untethered and floated north for about 140 miles.
Oversight leaders want answers on runaway blimp
The chairman and ranking member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform want proof the Army blimp that broke free from its mooring this week is worth the money spent on it.
Congress to Review FITARA Scorecards Next Week
Several agency chief information officers are expected to testify next week before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to discuss how their agencies are implementing sweeping federal IT reform legislation passed by Congress last year.
Nontechnical problems doomed joint VA/DOD health record, top official says
Lawmakers from both parties can be relied on to express indignation and exasperation when it comes to the inability of the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to share health data.
Impeachment for embattled IRS head moves forward
A Republican-led resolution to impeach the IRS commissioner will now head to the House Judiciary Committee, following a process that has not been used since 1876.
House committee chairman moves to impeach IRS chief
The Republican chairman of a powerful House committee moved Tuesday to impeach the head of the Internal Revenue Service, saying he violated the public trust and obstructed congressional investigations into the treatment of conservative groups.
Republicans Want to Impeach IRS Commissioner Koskinen
The controversy over the Internal Revenue Service’s treatment of tea-party groups is fading in Washington. But for some House Republicans, it is still heating up.
VA gets interoperability hearing
There is quite a bit of exchange going on, but there are also lots of problems and a great deal of impatience in Congress. Rep. Mike Coffman, chairman of the Veterans Affairs subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, seems to think the VA should consider following the DoD's example and getting a commercial EHR.
Congressional GOP: Decision not to prosecute Lerner won’t deter probes
Republicans said Friday they had no intention of abandoning their scrutiny of the IRS' treatment of political nonprofits despite the Justice Department's decision not to prosecute former agency official Lois Lerner or other IRS officials over the controversy.