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Possible Government Shutdown Looms

In the run-up to last year’s contentious elections, Congress was unable to agree on FY 2017 appropriations for most of the government’s departments and agencies, instead passing a stopgap measure (called a “continuing resolution” or “CR”) to keep federal departments and agencies operating at...

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Charles Konigsberg

Charles Konigsberg, President of the Federal Budget Group and Founder of FedWeb.com, has served as Assistant Director at the White House Office of Management and Budget, General Counsel and minority Chief Health Counsel at Senate Finance Committee, Minority Chief Counsel at Senate Rules Committee, Staff Attorney at Senate Budget Committee, and is Author of America’s Priorities: How the U.S. Government Raises and Spends $3 Trillion Per Year.

2017 Congressional Calendar

(Note: House is in recess numerous Mondays and Fridays; check majorityleader.gov)

  • Jan 3: Congress convenes
  • Jan 16: MLK, HSE recess thru 1/19
  • Jan 20: Inauguration
  • Jan 26-27: HSE recess
  • Feb 9-10: HSE recess
  • Feb 20-24: Pres Day recess
  • Apr 10-21: Easter/Passover recess
  • May 5-15: HSE recess
  • May 29-Jun 2: Mem Day recess
  • Jul 3-7: July 4 recess
  • Jul 31-Sept 4: Summer recess
  • Sept 21-22: Rosh Hashanah recess
  • Col. Day: Oct 9; SEN thru 10/13
  • Oct 16-20: HSE recess
  • Nov 10: Vets Day recess
  • Nov 20-24: Thanksgiving recess
  • Dec. 14/15: Target Adjournment