Planning for sequester: Tell us what your agency is doing

Federal agencies from the Environmental Protection Agency to the federal courts are now engaged in detailed planning for the automatic spending cuts known as sequestration. If Congress does not reverse the cuts by March 1 — and it’s looking more and more likely that it won’t — agencies will need to shave $85 billion in spending over the rest of the fiscal year.

We’ve been covering this issue and how it affects federal workers and the public.

Please help us educate our readers about what’s really happening with planning at your agency. No detail is too small.

Here’s our call for information, where you can fill us in. Thank you, feds!

Lisa Rein covers the federal workforce and issues that concern the management of government.

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