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.
The White House is now on the record as being in favor of reimbursing federal employees’ pay in the event of a shutdown.
The threat of a shutdown is looming as many readers know. According to Jim Moran (D-VA), federal employees are unlikely to get paid after the shutdown is over.
Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) and Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX) have introduced legislation that would ensure military service members continue to get paid in the event of a government shutdown.