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TSP Saw 26 Percent Spike in Hardship Withdrawals During Shutdown

The agency is working with lawmakers on bills to remove penalties from transactions during lapses in appropriations.

President Trump waves as he walks from the Oval Office to announce a deal to temporarily reopen the government on Jan. 25.

How the Trump Administration Is Handling Pay and Benefits for Shutdown-Impacted Feds

New guidance details what you need to know about retroactive paychecks, getting back to work and leave accrual.

Agriculture Department food inspectors are also starting to feel a pinch.

It's Not Just TSA: Call Outs, Resignations Plague a Range of Shuttered Agencies

"It’s already started," one official says. "I can only see it getting worse."

Federal employees protest the partial shutdown on Wednesday.

The Government is Spending $90 Million a Day to Pay People Not to Work

The government’s debt to furloughed workers has already surpassed the payroll costs related to the 2013 shutdown.

How to Seek Help and Advice

The key is asking clear and direct questions.

Shutdown Roundup: Aviation Unions Warn of System Break, Feds' Government Credit Card Problems and More

Air travel union chiefs wrote a letter saying that their members "are being asked to work without pay and in an air safety environment that is deteriorating by the day."

Federal employees and their allies rallied against the shutdown in Washington on Jan. 17.

The Pain of the Second Missed Paycheck

As the government shutdown drags on, workers’ hardship grows—and soon could become a political break point.

A TSA employee stands at a booth to learn about a food stamp program at a food drive at Newark Liberty International Airport on Jan. 23.

Reversing Course, Trump Admin Allows Feds Working Through Shutdown to Take Leave Without Penalty

New guidance comes just days after OPM warned of “consequences” for “AWOL” employees.

TSA employee Princess Young visits a food pantry for furloughed government workers affected by the federal shutdown on Jan. 23 in Baltimore.

Agencies Are Shutting Down More Activities, Furloughing More Workers as Funds Run Dry

Depleted funds from prior years and collected fees could sink agencies that had kept themselves afloat.