Sequestration WARN Act

Sequestration is a budget technique characterized by the implementation of automatic mandatory spending cuts if deficit levels exceed a certain threshold. The Budget Control Act of 2011 utilized sequestration to... more +
Sequestration is a budget technique characterized by the implementation of automatic mandatory spending cuts if deficit levels exceed a certain threshold. The Budget Control Act of 2011 utilized sequestration to encourage Congress to cut federal spending by 1.2 billion dollars. If Congress fails to make the specified funding cuts, sequestration will kick in and  automatic cuts will be made to the federal budget. A good portion of the slated cuts will come from the national security budget.  less -
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Although Funding Bill Offers Agencies More Discretion On Sequestration, Contractors Should Consider Employment Law Implications in...

On March 21, 2013, the House of Representatives approved a spending bill that would provide funding for the federal government through September 30. The Senate had already passed the bill and President Obama is expected to...more

Implementation of Sequestration on Government Contracts

Today, the President issued a Sequestration Order that requires federal agencies to make uniform percentage reductions in each separate item in their budgets. Under that Order, the agencies will be obliged to apply a...more

Legal Alert: Sequestration Arrives With Federal Contractors Still Facing WARN Act Uncertainties

March 1 has arrived without a budget compromise in Washington, DC. Barring a last minute deal before midnight tonight, across-the-board federal budget cuts are expected to go into effect. For employers, this will bring with...more

SEQUESTRATION: Preparing Government Contractors for Uncertainty, Cut-Backs and Contract Termination

Current reports from Congress suggest that “sequestration” will likely take effect as early as March 1, 2013. The sequestration is a key part of the Budget Control Act of 2011, which requires the federal government to...more

Workplace Policy Institute Client Alert: Falling Over the Fiscal Cliff

As the January 1, 2013, "fiscal cliff" deadline fast approaches, the Senate may be close to a compromise "solution" as we push midnight tonight. Whether a deal will emerge that can pass the House and be signed by the...more

The Fiscal Cliff and the WARN Act

Federal spending cuts as a result of the looming fiscal cliff may have an additional impact on federal contractors anticipating layoffs or plant closures. Employers with 100 or more employees are required to provide their...more

An Update on Sequestration and Government Contractors

Overview. “Sequestration” refers to automatic federal spending cuts put in place by the Budget Control Act of 2011. The cuts go into effect January 2, 2013, unless Congress passes legislation to avoid that result. The...more

Client Alert: WARN Act and Sequestration—What Course to Follow?

If you provide goods or services to the Department of Defense as a prime contractor or subcontractor, you may be concerned about the sequestration of funds beginning January 2, 2013 and its impact on your business. Worrying...more

Are We Headed for the “Fiscal Cliff” of Sequestration?

Like Thelma and Louise in the movie of the same name driving their convertible over the cliff, or even more analogous, like a bunch of lemmings blindly following their leaders over the precipice, as a nation we may be headed...more

Sequestration Budget Cuts and the WARN Act

On July 30, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a "guidance" letter regarding whether federal contractors must issue written notices - pursuant to the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) -...more

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