From National Public Radio:
Hundreds of thousands of federal employees will either be sent home or have been told to not show up to work at all on Monday, as furloughs due to the government shutdown that began Friday night start to affect workers around the country.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., gave a foreboding warning from the Senate floor on Sunday.
“The shutdown is going to get a lot worse tomorrow,” he warned. “A lot worse.”
Republicans are insisting the shutdown is less “weaponized” than the last time this happened, in 2013 under then-President Barack Obama, but it’s still sure to have a broad effect across the country and get worse the longer it goes.
“Essential services” will continue, and essential workers will remain on the job, albeit without pay.
But there will be a lot of federal workers — thousands — who will see a change.
Every federal agency has a specific contingency plan, in the case of a loss of funding, and you can look through them all here. In 2013, about 800,000 of the 2.1 million civilian federal employees were furloughed in 2013, according to The Washington Post.
Read the complete article here, including a list of different agencies and the affects the shutdown will have on employees and services.