Monday, October 7, 2013

Furloughed Fed Employees Threatened With Jail For Checking Emails

According to the Weekly Standard, furloughed employees are being warned that it is a "criminal offense" to use federal resources, including the accessing email, while on furlough.

(Weekly Standard) Although the notice is directed to SBA employees, presumably the directive is applicable to furloughed employees of all government agencies. The full notice reads as follows:

Please be advised, during the furlough period, non-excepted employees will no longer be permitted to utilize SBA email or other federal resources. Please know that use of federal resources while on furlough status is prohibited by law and is considered a criminal offense. Employees must NOT represent the agency in any formal or informal capacity.

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued a document on October 4, 2013, entitled "Guidance for Shutdown Furloughs" for all government employees. The guidance does not specifically address the email issue, and makes no mention of "criminal offenses." The closest the document comes to addressing the issue appears under a section entitled "Working during Furlough"...

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche