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FCW : April 15, 2013
BackStory 42 April 15, 2013 FCW.COM Who's staying home? For more on furloughs, visit FCW.com. The sequester and continuing resolution mean furloughs are now all but certain for many feds Here's who is avoiding furloughs (so far) Government Accountability Of ce Implemented a hiring freeze General Services Administration Most funding comes from customer fees and rent NASA Cuts elsewhere could eliminate more than 20,000 contractor jobs Nuclear Regulatory Commission Cutting grants and delaying IT infrastructure upgrades Of ce of Personnel Management Implemented a hiring freeze Small Business Administration Early retirements have allowed agency to avoid furloughs Social Security Administration Implemented a hiring freeze State No furloughs until at least June 30 Veterans Affairs Generally exempt from sequestration, though administrative costs are cut + DOD announced on March 21 that the CR may alter its furlough plans. ˚Shutting down the department on seven speci c days Defense+ 22 800,000 employees affected maximum furlough days 90,000 employees affected IRS7maximum furlough days FAA 11 47,000 employees affected maximum furlough days FBI14 36,000 employees affected maximum furlough days Federal Courts 16 20,000 employees affected maximum furlough days EPA 13 18,000 employees affected maximum furlough days Housing and Urban Development˚ 7 9,100 employees affected maximum furlough days 4,700 employees affected Labor 6maximum furlough days OMB 10 480 employees affected maximum furlough days Agriculture 15 maximum furlough days 34,000 employees affected
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