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WFED's Mike Causey discusses the likelihood of a federal furlough.
The poll results for: What's the biggest impact for feds from the 2010 vote?
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, Janet Kopenhaver of Federally Employed Women and Tom Shoop of Government Executive joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss the repercussions of the recent Washington Post poll results that shows public negativity toward federal workers.
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Furlough thousands of federal employees just as they're asked for their opinions on the federal workplace: what could possibly go wrong?
It's been seven days since 800,000 feds learned they wouldn't be furloughed without pay. While that was tough on many of them, it had its upside. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says it gave him visibility that Jay Leno or Dianne Sawyer took years to achieve. So how did you handle the shutdown threat?
Cyber-attackers could view a shutdown as the perfect opportunity to infiltrate government systems. ISC squared's Hord Tipton joins us with analysis.
AFGE president John Gage says it is unconstitutional for the government to order federal employees to work without pay, even during a shutdown. He told Federal News Radio a possible compromise won't stop the union from suing to prove the point.
Given the nonperformance of Congress, federal workers better learn to live with furlough threats. So whether we dodge the bullet or not this time, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has a checklist you should clip and save...for the next time.
A breakdown of the number of employees to be furloughed at each agency in case of a partial government shutdown.