The $624 million Justice Federal Credit Union in Chantilly, Va., announced plans to offer its members employed by the Justice Department and Homeland Security Department "unsecured, low interest rate loans and deferred payments" if the federal government shuts down.

Friday is the last day of the 113th Congress and lawmakers have not passed a budget.

"Supporting the Justice community is a vital part of our mission," Justice FCU President/CEO Peter Sainato said. "We were there for our members during the last government shutdown and stand ready to offer special assistance for them once again."

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