The government may shut down April 29th. A bill to ensure federal employees are paid has not been approved. Congress will only have a few days to approve funding after convening in late April.
The possibility of a shutdown is again facing federal employees as the fiscal year draws to a close. What will happen to your pay if there is a partial government shutdown?
Three Congressman are introducing legislation that would ensure that federal workers will be guaranteed backpay in the event of a government shutdown.
A bipartisan pair of Congressmen distributed a letter to House colleagues yesterday to build support for paying federal workers in the event of a shutdown.
Will DHS employees get paid if the agency shuts down? OPM offers guidance on what would happen to employee pay and benefits should it happen at the end of the month.
A government shutdown does not appear likely to occur. But, as current legislation funding the government expires on December 11, and no new funding legislation has been passed, a shutdown is still possible. What will be the impact on federal pay and benefits if this should occur?
The House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation over the weekend to provide retroactive pay to federal workers, but news about the bill has been quiet since it was sent to the Senate.
Will federal employees who are furloughed during the shutdown be paid for the time away from work?