The Federal Government’s partial shutdown – the longest in U.S. history, at 25 days and counting – has had a huge impact on the Federal workforce, the economy and the private sector for many Americans, from unpaid TSA screeners to contractors with halted government contracts or even Wall Street execs awaiting much anticipated IPOs.
It’s not business as usual.
Here at Technical.ly, we want to know how the people who live and work in Delaware are faring amid the shutdown, particularly those in the entrepreneurship and tech ecosystem. Has your business been affected? Have you lost pay or a contract? Have you had other issues like delays during travel?
If you have a few minutes, please take this short survey, with the option of being an interview subject in an upcoming Technical.ly Delaware article:
For further insight into the shutdown, here are seven ways the U.S. government shutdown is impacting the tech sector, via Fast Company.
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