WASHINGTON - The White House's budget office says it's notifying federal agencies that the government will shut down Tuesday.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, the director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, said late Monday in a memorandum to agency heads that there was no indication Congress would approve a short-term funding measure before the midnight deadline.
She said federal agencies should execute their plans for an orderly shutdown.
Burwell said the Obama administration urged Congress to move quickly so critical government services could be restored.
She said some critical functions, like the military and air traffic control, would remain open.
Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is telling members of the military he'll work to get Congress to re-open the government as soon as possible.
Obama is addressing troops in a video message after Congress missed a midnight deadline to avert a partial government shutdown.
Obama says troops in uniform will remain on duty as usual. He says he's signed a law ensuring troops get paid on time. He says ongoing operations in Afghanistan and elsewhere will continue and the U.S. will ensure those in harm's way have what they need.
But Obama says Defense Department civilians may be furloughed. He says that compounds the damage from spending cuts that have already affected the military.
Hundreds of thousands of government workers will be off the job Monday, but some essential services will continue.
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