"OPM" is a heavily searched topic today after the Office of Personnel Management granted federal employees in the Washington D.C. area permission to leave work two hours early on Wednesday due to inclement weather. Non-emergency workers have been dismissed two hours early, while any emergency or "essential" personnel must stay through their normal hours. "Emergency employees and telework employees are expected to remain on duty, unless otherwise directed by their agencies," the OPM said in a statement posted on its Web site.
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