Despite Threats, Feds Who Called Out During Shutdown Unlikely to Face Discipline

Government Executive | January 29, 2019

Federal employees forced to work without immediate pay during the partial government shutdown faced warnings of possible discipline if they called out instead of reporting to duty, but agencies now appear to have backed away from those threats. Employees at an array of shut down agencies increasingly told their employers they were sick or could not afford to come to work without pay during the record-setting appropriations lapse. Those workers ramped up pressure on lawmakers and the White House to finally reopen government, including Transportation Security Administration employees who caused disruptions to airport security lines and Federal Aviation Administration staff who forced a ground halt at LaGuardia Airport in New York City.

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Digital transformation refers to whole-scale change where digital technologies are applied to all aspects within a social structure. Information and communication technology is the domain where the impact of digital transformation is felt most, followed by education, transportation, international affairs and economic development.

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Digital transformation refers to whole-scale change where digital technologies are applied to all aspects within a social structure. Information and communication technology is the domain where the impact of digital transformation is felt most, followed by education, transportation, international affairs and economic development.

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SuperCom | December 07, 2020

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KBR, Inc. | November 30, 2020

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