The Trump administration continues to make even more civil servants
The practical effect is that more civil servants will do their job without salaries but will also work to mitigate the impact of closure in the everyday lives of Americans not directly affected by the closure.
Only about 25% of the government was affected by the suspension, as Congress has already funded the Pentagon and other agencies. But there are an increasing number of important tasks performed by this quarter, which includes the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Finance and the Department of Homeland Security, among others.
The biggest and most incredible of these keys is that internal revenue will officially recall tens of thousands of workers – 36,000 of them ̵
1; for processing tax returns and refunds. This move contradicts previous guidelines, but news will be welcome for Americans relying on recoveries. Less for IRS workers forced to work without pay if the exclusion continues. This means that more than half of IRS employees – 57% – will work despite the closure.
They are not the only employees of the IRS that have been downloaded. When the mortgage industry faces the prospect of making smaller mortgages, as IRS Revenue Service employees were twisted, potentially slowing home purchases, the mortgage industry complained and the IRS decided to return service and allow these few workers to collect wages by diverting the fees the service collects.
The senior employee of the Mortgage Bankers Association told the Washington Post that he had turned directly to employees in the Treasury. was the question that Robert Brokmitt, Chief Executive Officer of the Mortgage Bankers Association, told Post, which he directed at the Treasury. These workers will be paid with user charges.
The federal courts, which are not controlled by the administration, have twice said that existing funds can help their labor force to give up pay. The latest guidance is that the judicial services will end the money on January 25, when these staff will work without pay.
One group that did not work is food and drug inspectors who have not checked for food after the start of partial exclusion. But on Monday it was announced that inspectors would return for free to start checks again.
The FDA Administrator praised the inspector's workforce for being the "top of the copy" of consumer safety when declaring a Twitter move.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced on Tuesday that it would recall an additional group of New York Times staff adding thousands of unpaid workers to air traffic controllers and other FAA employees who had been working since the closure.
Food, law enforcement and tax inspections – the list of the most important or recalled employees is growing. It also includes the National Park Service, which reminded some rangers to keep the parks open as some were filled with garbage and litter despite the closure.
When hunters appeared to be unable to use federal hunting bases, the US Fish and Wildlife Service ordered some workers to go back to work using funds transferred from previous budget appropriations for the next month, according to the NPR.
Alaska office at the Land Management Bureau found a way to stay open to get the necessary public comment sessions on a new pipeline.
There is a big difference between sessions for public discussion and food controls or law enforcement activities. But as the conclusion continues with nothing on the path of a constructive debate on how to put an end to it, it is that part of the government finds ways to remain open even though they have no funding. The idea is workers to eventually receive a payback.
It is very much written about how this longest closing of the government damages federal workers who have either mitigated or worked without pay, and the human and financial tax of so many people to dive into economies or, as offer their government, offer you to make commitments instead of paying your rent. Those who are called back will have a harder time doing this barter.
The last time the government shut down, Mick Mulvany, who was then Director of the Office of the Budget and Management, and now acts as Head of the White House Headquarters, the Trump Administration will treat the closures differently and protect them from this to be "weapons", as he claims the Obama administration has made this exclusion look worse than it actually was.
More government officials are reminded to reduce the impact on the rest of the country. This only shows that more and more government is "essential".