Let’s put the politics of the 2013 government shutdown aside and look at the practical questions. Like the government employees that are affected, contractors want to know if they should come to work. And if they do come to work, will they get paid? Will the options be exercised? Will their contract be terminated for
The Contractor’s Guide to Surviving a Government Shutdown, Part II
By Steven A. Neeley on
Once again, the government stands on the precipice of a shutdown. As the clock counts down—the deadline for a budget or another continuing resolution is midnight on Friday, April 8, 2011—agencies have started preparing for the consequences. Contractors should be prepared as well.
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