Furloughed employees, union leaders and elected officials gathered blocks from the White House on Jan. 10 to express the need to end the shutdown.
Recently, the Homeland Security Department (DHS) has begun circulating internal and external documents warning agency employees to rethink their finances.
Not sure how the shutdown impacts your pay and benefits? We’ve done the research to answer common questions about unemployment, retroactive pay and more.
Tressa Rivera’s story puts a human face on a national issue that has been picked apart, reported and re-reported. She’s grappling with the shutdown and its financial implications, while also managing unexpected emergencies and lingering family issues.
With so much hearsay and speculation about the behind-the-scene negotiations, here’s what the important decision-makers have said about the shutdown.
With the shutdown’s future remaining uncertain, many people are in the dark about when they’ll receive their next federal paycheck. Here are some tips for navigating the confusion.
Think President Trump and Congress will resolve the situation before week three? Don’t hold your breath – there’s no clear end in sight.
As the midnight Friday deadline draws closer, the cards are falling into place for a surprise resolution to the long-term federal budget impasse that has threatened a shutdown.
As a previously neglected topic of focus, the potential for cost efficiency in printing has begun to stir agencies to action. The introduction of MPS into the workplace will create savings where they previously hadn’t been considered.
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