The Justice Department in February sent out notices warning employees that they could be furloughed for 14 days.
On Monday, Holder issued a memo that said the department would not furlough federal correctional officers working for the Bureau of Prisons. He said the department was able to shift $150 million within accounts to avoid unpaid leave for those employees.
The memo on Thursday said Justice would continue its current restrictions on hiring.
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