The federal government has officially shut down after a budget stalemate in Congress. What will this mean for the federal workforce?
A note from the Office of Government Ethics reminds federal employees that even if they are furloughed, they must continue to comply with all ethics laws and regulations.
Will you continue to get your Social Security payments if the government shuts down?
The looming possibility of a government shutdown is getting more and more media attention as the end of the month approaches. But just how likely is a shutdown to affect the federal workforce?
Will the furloughs have an impact on your federal retirement annuity?
OPM offers some administrative guidance federal employees can use in the event of a furlough.
Two Senators have introduced legislation that would ensure that military members do not go without pay in the event a government shutdown occurs.
AFGE filed a lawsuit today against the government which claims that requiring federal employees to work during a shutdown without pay is a violation of the Constitution.
OPM said in a statement that checks and direct deposits for federal retirees will still be distributed as usual on the first business day of the month.
Rep Jim Moran (D-VA) has introduced legislation that would guarantee retroactive pay for federal employees who are furloughed in the event of a government shutdown.