Debt ceiling–Contingency planning at agencies?

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Barbara Moskowitz 6 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #136616

    Lisa Rein
    Participant

    Hi everyone, this is Lisa Rein at the Post. Are you guys aware of any planning being done to decide who would work and who wouldn’t if they can’t reach a deal?? We’re trying to figure this out and not getting very far… Plse respond here, or feel free to e-mail me at [email protected].

    Thanks folks!

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    Barbara Moskowitz
    Participant

    No plan at HHS

  • #136622

    ResultsPronto
    Participant

    No talk or directions at my agency. Why would ANY agency need a contingency plan… they just went through and developed one for the ‘shut down’ just a couple of months ago. It kind of blows my mind that the ‘talk’ is that ‘no talk’ of contingency plans means they won’t be needed. C’mon, government isn’t THAT inefficient!

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    ROBERT CHATMAN, II
    Participant

    Agree. We went through this a few month back. We are more focused on keeping our sponsors happy by providing excellent results before deadlines and under budget.

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    ROBERT CHATMAN, II
    Participant

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