The federal government plans to reimburse Indiana for the half million dollars it paid to National Guard state employees during the shutdown.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told most of the Department of Defense' furloughed employees to return to work Monday.
Federal employees deemed "non-essential" workers were put on furlough Tuesday because of a partial government shutdown.
Some of the employees who would be out of work were already furloughed earlier this year because of sequestration.
Members of the Indiana National Guard are facing one day of furloughs per week between now and the end of September.
Crane employees are being forced to take 11 unpaid furloughs days from July to September.
Civilian employees have until June 4 to make a case for why they should be exempt from the furloughs.
Crane employees are facing one day of unpaid furlough per week because of sequestration.
Indiana National Guard personnel are bracing for what could be a $7 million pay cut.