Navy Recall of Furloughed Civiian Workers

Seal-A411075[1]The following is information from the U.S. Department of the Navy for civilian workers currently furloughed:

All currently furloughed Navy Department employees should return to work tomorrow or as soon as practical with the exception of the employees in the categories listed below:

1 – Chief Information Officer (CIO) functions, not previously excepted from furlough based on the Contingency Plan Guidance for Continuation of Essential Operations in the Absence of Available Appropriations of September 2013.

2 – Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) functions not previously excepted. Should not be any below the Secretariat/Echelon I level.

3 – Legislative Affairs and Public Affairs functions not previously excepted or required in support of internal communications to members of the active service.

4 – Auditor and related functions, including Inspector General (IG), not previously excepted. Employees supporting Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) activities are excepted and can report to work.

5 – Work done in support of non-DoD activities and Agencies (except the U.S. Coast Guard) not previously excepted. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) employees are excepted and can report to work.

Employees in these categories will receive calls from their supervisors today explaining the situation. If you have questions, please contact your chain of command.


One Response

  1. This is a hard moment fo America and for his troops. A hard moment on whom all are called to offer their activity without pay for the interest of nation. The answer must be the demonstration ll are part of America and all his citizens who, as sons, are glad to offer their activity gratuitely claudio alpaca

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