January 9, 2019

What the Government Shutdown Means for Contractors

What began as the third shutdown of the Federal government in 2018 became the first shutdown for the New Year. Paul Wilkinson, EVP Corporate Strategy and BD of 1901 Group shares what the shutdown means to contractors and how to take advantage of the downtime in an interview with Peter Suciu, ClearanceJobs.
Lindy Kyzer, Senior Editor at ClearanceJobs also shares her insights on what contractors and government employees should do during the government shutdown.

What the Government Shutdown Means for Contractors,
By Peter Suciu, Read the article here.

“It is different from agency to agency and even variable based on individual contractors. If a contractor performs a mission critical role it is deemed essential, and there is funding on that specific vehicle and we will continue to work until there is no funding on the contract…”

– Paul Wilkinson, EVP Corporate Strategy and BD at 1901 Group

What Contractors and Government Employees Should Do During the Government Shutdown
By Lindy Kyzer, Read the article here.

“We take this an opportunity to execute a training plan and keep the employees up to speed. Then the employees are ready to return to regular work when the shutdown ends.”

– Paul Wilkinson, EVP Corporate Strategy and BD at 1901 Group