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See Who Would Get Furloughed in a 2015 Shutdown – Pay & Benefits – GovExec.com

The shutdown deadline is just two days away, and while it looks like Congress will temporarily stave off the disaster of an appropriations lapse, agencies are not taking any chances.

The Office of Management and Budget has released federal entities’ shutdown contingency plans, which detail which programs and offices that would remain functional, as well as which employees would be forced to work without immediate pay and which would receive furlough notices. The plans were initially compiled in August, per OMB guidance requiring new contingency plans every other year. The first deadline for that new obligation passed at the end of last month, but agencies have updated their plans in recent weeks and OMB just made them public.

Full Story: See Who Would Get Furloughed in a 2015 Shutdown – Pay & Benefits – GovExec.com.

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What’s Not Shut Down During the Shutdown | NextGov

A rundown of government websites and social media profiles that are still up and running.
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GOV Unplugged: Your Guide to What’s Shut Down During a Shutdown | NextGov

Federal websites, data feeds and social media posts have all been switched off.

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