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Why will Federal government agencies in the Washington, D.C., area be closed Monday?

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal agencies in the Washington, D.C., area will be closed Monday as the region continues to dig out from a record-breaking snowstorm. Non-emergency employees will be granted excused absences, while employees who telecommute may be expected to work from home. Emergency employees will be expected to report. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Sunday afternoon. A spokeswoman tells The Washington Post the decision was made for safety reasons. The office reported earlier this month that the government loses about $100 million in productivity and opportunity costs every time it closes its D.C.-area offices. more
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Federal agencies in the Washington, D.C., area will be closed Monday as the region continues to dig out from a record-breaking snowstorm. Non-emergency employees will be granted excused absences, while employees who telecommute may be expected to work from home. Emergency employees will be expected to report. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Sunday afternoon. A spokeswoman tells The Washington Post the decision was made for safety reasons. The office reported earlier this month that the government loses about $100 million in productivity and opportunity costs every time it closes its D.C.-area offices. more
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This Means . . . * Federal agencies in the Washington, DC, area are closed. Nonemergency employees (including employees on pre-approved leave) will be granted excused absence for the number of hours they were scheduled to work. This does not apply to employees on leave without pay, leave without pay for military duty, workers' compensation, suspension, or in another nonpay status. * Telework employees may be expected to work from their telework sites, as specified in their telework agreements. * Emergency employees are expected to report for work on time. * Employees on alternative work schedules are not entitled to another AWS day off in lieu of the workday on which the agency is closed. more
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This Means . . . * Federal agencies in the Washington, DC, area are closed. Nonemergency employees (including employees on pre-approved leave) will be granted excused absence for the number of hours they were scheduled to work. This does not apply to employees on leave without pay, leave without pay for military duty, workers' compensation, suspension, or in another nonpay status. * Telework employees may be expected to work from their telework sites, as specified in their telework agreements. * Emergency employees are expected to report for work on time. * Employees on alternative work schedules are not entitled to another AWS day off in lieu of the workday on which the agency is closed. Posted on December 20, 2009 at 4:35 PM Sources: http://www.opm. more
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal agencies in the Washington, D.C., area will be closed Monday as the region continues to dig out from a record-breaking snowstorm. Non-emergency employees will be granted excused absences, while employees who telecommute may be expected to work from home. Emergency employees will be expected to report. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Sunday afternoon. A spokeswoman tells The Washington Post the decision was made for safety reasons. The office reported earlier this month that the government loses about $100 million in productivity and opportunity costs every time it closes its D.C.-area offices. Sources: http://www.wtop.com/? more
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Federal agencies in the Washington, D.C., area will be closed Monday as the region continues to dig out from a record-breaking snowstorm. Non-emergency employees will be granted excused absences, while employees who telecommute may be expected to work from home. Emergency employees will be expected to report. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Sunday afternoon. A spokeswoman tells The Washington Post the decision was made for safety reasons. The office reported earlier this month that the government loses about $100 million in productivity and opportunity costs every time it closes its D.C.-area offices. Sources: http://www.wtop.com/? more
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