Congress has passed a spending bill funding the government for the remainder of the fiscal year and eliminating the possibility of a partial shutdown.
A budget agreement has finally been reached in Congress. The author lists five points about the agreement that are relevant to the federal workforce.
An agreement has been reached in Congress to fund the government for the rest of 2017, moving closer towards avoiding a partial government shutdown.
A short term funding resolution has been passed by Congress to keep the government funded through May 5.
Legislation introduced in the House would guarantee federal employees’ pay in the event of a government shutdown.
The Office of Management and Budget has published a list of contingency plans for federal agencies in the event of a government shutdown later this week.
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.
One Senator wants to make sure federal employees get their full paychecks if the government shuts down later this month.