The National Science Foundation (NSF) has released its plan for agency operations in the case of a government shutdown.  Of the approximately 2,000 NSF employees, 30 or less are expected to be retained to “protect life and property and for excepted activities,” according to the plan.  If the government shuts down, NSF awardees “may continue on all awards to the extent that they do not require federal staff intervention.”

To read The National Science Foundation Plan for Operations During A Funding Hiatus visit http://ht.ly/4whxZ.