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Thursday, October 3, 2013

SIte offices exceptions

"Livermore Site Office (6 Excepted employees), Los Alamos Site Office (6 Excepted employees), Sandia Site Office (5 Excepted employees), Kansas City Site Office (3 Excepted employees), Nevada Site Office (7 Excepted employees), Savannah River Site Office (4 Excepted employees), NNSA Production Office (9 Excepted employees), Naval Reactors (158 Excepted employees)." http://energy.gov/articles/department-energy-implementation-activities-case-lapse-appropriations

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The numbers look reasonable to maintain at that level. So just what non-essential function do the remainder of the staff perform?

Anonymous said...

What do the non-essential people do at a site's office - they put the red dye onto the tape.

Anonymous said...

They could close both site offices forever and the labs's productivity would improve.

Anonymous said...

Government workers don't have to work to get backpay, while LLNL employees will have to take vacation or no pay. Thanks, Congress

Anonymous said...

Government workers don't have to work to get backpay, while LLNL employees will have to take vacation or no pay. Thanks, Congress

October 7, 2013 at 7:07 AM

Don't thank Congress for this! Thank LANS/LLNS or better yet Ambassador Linton Brooks for dealing us this "bad hand".

Anonymous said...

If past shutdowns are any indication, the contractor will be paid retroactively. When LLNS does get paid, will that money be used to replace the vacation we were forced to take or will it simply be pocketed as a fortuitous windfall?

Anonymous said...

will that money be used to replace the vacation we were forced to take or will it simply be pocketed as a fortuitous windfall?

October 7, 2013 at 12:42 PM

No one is "forced" to take vacation. If you can't live with a week or so without pay, you are a lousy manager of your life.

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