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The director of OPM during the Shutdown of '95 sees some similarities and some differences from this year's situation. Jim King explains.
With only a week left before federal spending authority runs out, both parties have sought to preemptively blame the other if a shutdown does occur. The Hill's Erik Wasson explains what's next.
Friday midnight is the deadline for a possible government shutdown but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the Great Government Shutdown of 2011 would not be like your father's shutdown of 1995-96 which also included a blizzard. He says there is more good news, and even more very bad news, for government workers this time around.
With a potential shutdown, feds looking for monetary relief would have to finalize it before operations cease.
Federal financial managers are coming to terms with financial compliance; limited money for new systems or upgrades; and the continuing need for achieving clean audits, financial transparency, and compliance. How are those financial managers facing these challenges is the subject of the Federal News Radio Discussion: Accounting in Austerity.
There's a new reality show in the works with a cast of millions. If everything goes wrong, says Senior Correspondent turned TV critic Mike Causey, it will debut in early March with a cast of millions who will get paid nothing for their trouble.
The Professional Services Council held a conference to provide information about preparing for a government shutdown.
Federal employees are barred from voluntarily working unpaid during a shutdown, explains Cisco's Alan Balutis.
A panel of experts said contractors should prepare for a potential government shutdown by figuring out how their specific contracts would be affected in such a scenario. Step one, they said, is for vendors to talk with their agency contracting officers.