Whatever you call today, it is still an official government holiday. That means that a lot of federal workers are off today, but many are not.
This is supposed to be a government holiday, but unless you have kids in school or either work in a bank or need to visit your credit union today, you might be on the job.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey asks, are you among the many who don’t have to work today, or the few holding down the fort?
When Columbus “discovered” America (which was actually teeming with people) he was part government worker, part-contractor and his mission, at first, was a failure. So how come the holiday today?
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How can government save money? For starters, Feds could work on Columbus Day, Sterling Whitehead write in the GovLoop blog.
If Christopher Columbus tried to discover America today he would face a lot of rules and red tape. Mike Causey speculates that if he had to go through what modern feds do, he might still be awaiting sailing orders.
After a few brutal weeks of economic news we should all welcome a time out. Even though this is a holiday for most federal workers, there are three good news items in the works. Check out Senior Correspondent Mike Causey’s column and send it on to a friend.