If the federal government partially shuts down at midnight Tuesday, Tom Scott will be forced to stay home on furlough or come into work unsure when his next paycheck will arrive.
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Number of federal civilian workers in Georgia as of June 2013: 77,434
The state’s biggest civilian employers:
Department of the Air Force: 14,991
Department of the Army: 12,476
Department of Health and Human Services: 9,098
Department of Veterans Affairs: 8,893
Department of Homeland Security: 5,367
Source: federal Office of Personnel Management