Q&A: What does Obama’s budget plan mean for feds?

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The broader effects of President Obama’s 2015 budget proposal are well-known by now: Taxes and spending would go up, while deficits, joblessness and poverty would theoretically decline.

But what about the impact on the federal workforce? Federal Diary columnist Joe Davidson and Washington Post reporter Eric Yoder answered readers’ questions about that topic during a live online chat on Wednesday.

Check out the discussion to see whether they addressed your concerns.

2015 Budget: What the president’s proposal means for feds

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Josh Hicks covers Maryland politics and government. He previously anchored the Post’s Federal Eye blog, focusing on federal accountability and workforce issues.
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