Archive: shutdown

Kayla Kania Spoke at Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Annual GovCon Symposium

Kayla Kania, a partner in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group, spoke at the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s Annual GovCon Symposium on June 25th. Kayla served on the panel, “Navigating a Shutdown: Tips & Tricks.” The panel was moderated by Pilsbury’s John Jensen, and other panelists included: Steven Day, SVP, PNC Jack Moore, Managing Partner, […]
June 25, 2019

The Government Shutdown and the IRS

Employees Get Furloughed but the Tax Law Goes On! When the government shut down on October 1st, the IRS, along with most federal government agencies, temporarily shuttered activities, waiting for either an appropriation bill or a continuing resolution to emerge from Congress.  With 91% of the IRS’s 95,000 employees on furlough, you may be asking […]
October 4, 2013
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Another Government Shutdown? What Government Contractors Should Know!

It seems hard to believe, but less than six months after the last budget showdown and shutdown, government contractors find themselves once again facing the prospect of a government shutdown. If the House, Senate and White House can’t come to an agreement over the budget and Obamacare, the stalemate may continue. With only a few […]
September 27, 2013

UPDATED: A Contractor’s Guide to Surviving the Government Shutdown

  Government Shutdown Seems Inevitable The latest budget negotiations between the House, the Senate and the White House ended without a deal being reached.  As a result even previously optimistic souls are now predicting the shutdown will happen.  The current continuing resolution expires today (Friday, April 8th).  Please see this breaking news story from the Washington […]
April 8, 2011
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