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One of the challenges now is how to keep morale up as your agency, and even department funding goes down. We get tips from FMA's George Smith.
The White House and Congress agreed to both a short-term deal and a longer-term one funding the government through 2011 and cutting more than $35 billion. OMB issued new guidance telling agencies to resume normal operations which means feds should report to work as usual.
$2 billion in cuts was passed in a temporary one-week continuing resolution to keep the government open. Find out what those cuts are.
If a shutdown does happen, feds will be faced with logistical nightmare. John Koskinen, an executive with Freddie Mac and former Deputy Director for Management at OMB,shares his experience during the 1995-96 shutdown.
Stan Soloway, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, explains to what extent industry would hurt from a partial government shutdown.
Eric Payne is a consultant at a local government contractor. He writes about staying positive on GovLoop.
Tom Cole (R-Okla.) and Earl Blumenauer (D-Oreg.), both members of the House Budget Committee, reflect on budget talks so far.
A breakdown of the number of employees to be furloughed at each agency in case of a partial government shutdown.
Federal Drive hosts Amy Morris and Tom Temin answered shutdown questions this morning on Fox 5.
Unemployment benefits as well as other help is available for federal employees to help pay their bills in the event of a shutdown.