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Thursday, March 28, 2013
Proposed salary reduction/closure day implementation postponed
Laboratory will delay implementation of the proposed salary
reduction/closure day program until mid-June at the earliest. The
impacts of the Continuing Resolution that was recently approved by
Congress and signed by the President for the rest of the fiscal year are
being assessed. It also is essential to fully understand the
information that will come when the President submits his FY14 budget,
tentatively set for the week of April 8, before making a decision on
LLNL's path forward.
The Laboratory's senior management team has
been instructed to look at their remaining FY13 indirect budgets to seek
additional savings to lessen the impact of any needed closure on
Updates will be provided as more information becomes
available. Director Parney Albright understands that the uncertainty is
difficult and he is committed to communicating information as it becomes
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