Furloughed feds by agency

Friday - 4/8/2011, 3:34pm EDT

This story will be continually updated as information becomes available.

By Julia Ziegler and Jolie Lee
Federal News Radio

If the government shuts down, about 800,000 federal employees will be subject to furlough, the Office of Management and Budget said this week.

Here is a breakdown of the number of furloughed federal employees by agency, linking to the agency's shutdown contingency plan. (More contingency plans available at the OMB website.)

Agency Employees subject to furlough Total agency workforce % subject to furlough in agency
Agriculture 88,891 100,833 88%
Commerce 30,018 46,761 64%
Consumer Product Safety Commission 529 552 96%
Defense All military personnel will continue in normal duty status. Number of civilians furloughed unclear but they will be in furlough status.
Education 4,150 4,368 95%
Energy 14,160 15,085 94%
Environmental Protection Agency 16,061 17,721 91%
Executive Office of the President 1,346 1,781 76%
Federal Communications Commission 1,751 1,788 98%
General Services Administration* 11,298 12,697 89%
Government Accountability Office* 2,970 3,000 99%
Health and Human Services 47,693 76,348 62%
Homeland Security
(Click for further breakdown by departments)
33,138 189,362 17%
Housing and Urban Development 8,854 9,700 91%
Interior 46,484 54,777 85%
Justice 23,318 117,579 20%
Labor 13,212 16,116 82%
National Archives 2,427 3,633 67%
National Endowment for the Arts 162 170 95%
National Science Foundation 1,970 2,000 99%
Office of Personnel Management 724 6,514 11%
Securities and Exchange Commission 3,631 3,969 92%
Small Business Administration 2,076 3,249 64%
Social Security Administration 20,846 68,028 31%
State State tells Federal News Radio it is still working on compiling the total number of employees who would be furloughed.
Transportation* 17,870 58,011 31%
Treasury 1,291 1,999 65%
U.S.AID 1,562 (in U.S.) 2,011 (in U.S.) 78%
Veterans Affairs 8,354 312,628 3%

*From National Journal

-Federal News Radio's Vyomika Jairam contributed to this story.

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