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Agency-by-Agency Furlough Counts

(BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

April 8, 2011

This story has been updated.

As the government nears a potential shutdown, federal agencies are beginning to release estimates of how many employees could be furloughed. Many employees are still unsure of whether they are considered essential or nonessential, and have been told to report to work on Monday. Here's a tally provided by agencies of how many workers would be furloughed or considered excepted in the event of a shutdown. We're also linking to agency contingency plans as we get them. Check back regularly for updates.

Education: 4,150 workers out of 4,465 full- and part-time employees would be furloughed.

 

Energy: No furloughs in the short term.

Environmental Protection Agency: Of 17,721 employees, 16,061 workers would be furloughed.

General Services Administration: 11,298 workers out of 12,697 employees would be furloughed.

Health and Human Services: 47,693 workers departmentwide would be furloughed.

Homeland Security: Approximately 184,000 employees out of 230,000 workers across the department would be excepted.

Interior: From 52,000 to 55,000 out of 68,900 total employees would be furloughed.

Government Accountability Office: Out of 3,000 employees, fewer than 30 would be considered excepted.

Housing and Urban Development: The department has 9,700 employees. Of that number, 846 would be excepted and 8,854 furloughed.

Justice: Of 117,529 employees, 94,261 workers would be excepted.

Labor:14,449 out of 16,099 workers would be furloughed.

Merit Systems Protection Board: All 216 employees except the three-member Presidentially Appointed Senate Confirmed (PAS) Board would be furloughed.

Office of Personnel Management: 724 employees would be furloughed out of 6,514 total employees.

Postal Regulatory Commission: Out of 71 employees, five appointed commissioners and three tech/support staff would be considered excepted.

Small Business Administration: 2,102 out of 3,230 employees would be furloughed.

Social Security Administration: 20,846 employees out of 68,028 would be furloughed.

Transportation: 17,870 workers out of 58,011 would be furloughed.

Treasury: Of 127,000 total employees, 92,000 workers would be furloughed.

Veterans Affairs: Of 312,628 total employees, 10,234 would be furloughed.

The Office of Management and Budget is including agency contingency plans on its site as well.

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