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Impacts of the 2013 Government Shutdown
U.S. Senate (au)
On Oct. 1, 2013, the federal government experienced a lapse in funding and began a government shutdown. Approx. 800,000 federal employees were initially furloughed in agencies across the government. This report, issued 10 days after the shutdown began, shows that it already had a significant impact. Agencies were forced to suspend or cease many vital operations. Case studies of operations and activities immediately affected by the shutdown include: Consumer Product Safety Comm. (CPSC) port inspectors; Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA); Closure of federally-run parks and other attractions, causing substantial economic harm to communities across the country that benefit from tourism activities surrounding these sites; and National Marine Fisheries Service determination of fishing quotas and permit approvals for the start of fishing seasons across the country. This is a print on demand report.
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