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The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is a tough grader. Through three rounds of Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act implementation review, no agency has been awarded top marks.
The last-minute push to get an IT reform bill through Congress appears to have hit a wall.
U.S. Representative Will Hurd, whose district covers the Del Rio area, despite his incipient political career has proven to be a valuable asset not only for the GOP, but also for the constituents of the 23rd Congressional District of Texas.
WASHINGTON — Preparing for an uncertain future for trade with Mexico, Texans in Congress are racing to enable cities and businesses to provide unlimited financial support for customs agents in order to reduce backups in the flow of goods and people across the border.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Helotes, is ready to work with Donald Trump after a bruising battle for re-election that saw him fully distance himself from his party's presidential nominee.
Lawmakers and El Paso business leaders Wednesday praised Senate passage of legislation on partnerships between border communities and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
New legislation to codify funding partnerships between the communities, organizations and Customs and Border Protection was passed in the Senate this week.
Federal legislation to beef up staffing and improve facilities at the country’s southern land ports is being viewed with a renewed sense of urgency in light of President-elect Donald Trump’s rhetoric about scaling back major trade pacts.
With about two weeks before the current Congress closes out for good, many in the federal tech community are wondering how to spur movement in the Senate around the Modernizing Government Technology Act.
To Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, an author of the House-passed version of the bill, it's simple. Or perhaps it's that the options are growing slim.
SAN ANTONIO - In a community where every day is a fight to survive or stay out of jail, a group of ambitious east-side kids want to beat the odds. The Eastside Dreamers Academy is raising the next generation of movers and shakers by encouraging them to dream big.
On a recent trip to Washington D.C., 14-year-old Eric Lewis established an impressive stack of business cards.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Helotes, whose vast congressional district includes more than 800 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border and 10 international crossings, has seen the benefits of the North American Free Trade Agreement first-hand.