Return to Work Status
All sites have been cleared to Return To Work:
- EPA (Research Triangle Park, NC)
- NASA Goddard Mail Room
- D.O.C. Mailroom
- National Archives I & II
- U.S.D.A – FSIS On-site Publication Services
- U.S.D.A Central Ship/Recv
- FAA Chicago (AGL) and (AWP)
- HUD – Dept of Housing and Urban Development
- E.P.A Mailroom
- D.O.C. Shipping
- U.S.D.A – Economic Research
For the sites listed above, you will be contacted by your Direct Supervisor to report to work. Please report to work on your regular schedule.
For full details, click this spreadsheet updated January 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm: SSI-OPS-Government-Shutdown_01-30-19-100pm
The President has signed a continuing resolution that funds the temporary reopening through February 15. However, before you can report back to work, an official authorization or a “Start Work Order” needs to be received for your site. Employees are encouraged to stay in touch with their site management for information and to continue to check our website for information.
Note: The list is subject to change based on updated guidance received from the Federal Government.
Additional Employee Resources and Information
During the furlough period, your medical benefits will remain intact. The Benefit Department has distributed follow up documentation related to your benefit elections and how to continue your coverage in your benefit plans. For more information, please contact 703-970-3668.
We have identified below a list of contacts that can assist you should you file for unemployment through your state of residence. We have also included contact information for your state Employment Commission where you can file for unemployment. Please be aware that if you file for unemployment and are later paid for the furloughed days, you will be required to repay to the state any earnings you received through the state unemployment agency.
If at any time during the furlough you need additional assistance in filling out the unemployment paperwork, we strongly encourage you to reach out to your contacts within operations and/or your Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist. You may also use the below information to file an unemployment insurance claim:
District of Columbia
- To file a UI online: https://does.dcnetworks.org/InitialClaims/
- To file a claim by telephone: 202-724-7000
- To file a UI claim online: http://www.dllr.state.md.us/employment/unemployment.shtml
- To file a claim by telephone: 1-800-827-4838
- Spanish: 301-313-8000 or 1-877-293-4125
- Hearing Impaired Only: 711
- To file a UI online: https://fed.des.nc.gov/ofis/citizen/pages/public/Login.aspx
- To file a claim by telephone: 1-877-737-0259