These Agencies Have the Most Feds Returning From Furlough

The Treasury Department will have 90 percent of its employees returning from furlough. The Treasury Department will have 90 percent of its employees returning from furlough. J. David Ake/AP

Over the course of the 16-day government shutdown, roughly 900,000 federal employees were forced to take time off.

After the first week, some -- mostly Defense Department employees -- were brought back to work. With Congress finally agreeing on a deal to reopen all of government, the remaining 500,000-plus employees still at home will return.

In addition to the Pentagon, the Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security departments won't face a huge adjustment when all its employees return.  Which of the medium and large agencies face the most dramatic reopenings? Below is a list of where the largest percentages of workers will be returning from furloughs:

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