NASWA States Help Furloughed Federal Employees



Federal employees who are not receiving pay during the shutdown may be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits through the Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees program (UCFE). This unemployment insurance benefit is administered by States as agents for the Federal government.

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ALABAMA

 

 

ALASKA

 

ARIZONA

 

CALIFORNIA

 

COLORADO

 

CONNECTICUT

 

DELAWARE

 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

 

MARYLAND

 

GEORGIA

 

HAWAII

 

IDAHO

 

ILLINOIS

 

INDIANA

 

IOWA

 

KANSAS

 

KENTUCKY

  • Kentucky is processing Federal employee claims, visit KY UI Tips for more information

 

LOUISIANA

 

MARYLAND

 

MASSACHUSETTS

 

MICHIGAN

 

MINNESOTA

 

MONTANA

 

NEVADA

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

 

NEW JERSEY

 

NEW MEXICO

 

NEW YORK

 

NORTH CAROLINA

 

OHIO

 

OKLAHOMA

 

OREGON

 

PENNSYLVANIA

 

RHODE ISLAND

 

SOUTH CAROLINA

 

SOUTH DAKOTA

 

TENNESSEE

 

TEXAS

 

UTAH

 

VERMONT

 

VIRGINIA

 

WASHINGTON

 

WEST VIRGINIA

 

WISCONSIN

 

WYOMING

 

Does your state have more information to post here?
Contact NASWA@NASWA.org

 

Additional Information:

  • The official USDOL UI Weekly Claims Report was issued on January 24, 2019, includes both National and State claims information for Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE). National highlights relevant to the shutdown:
    • Initial claims: 25,419 initial UCFE claims were filed in the week ending January 12, an increase of 14,965 from the previous week.
    • Continued claims: 24,681 Federal employees filed for continued UI claims for the week ending January 5, an increase of 11,183 from the previous week.
    • Largest State Totals: The report also includes individual state data. For the week ending January 12, California had the highest number of initial UCFE claims (3144) followed by the District of Columbia (2885), Texas (2666), and Maryland (2,149).

  • UI Claims Totals by State as reported by USDOL (prepared by NASWA)

  • Prior UI Weekly Claims Reports: