The federal government plans to reimburse Indiana for the half million dollars it paid to National Guard state employees during the shutdown.
Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, was one of a bipartisan group of senators who helped jump-start talks to reopen the federal government.
Both of Indiana's senators voted to approve the bill, but many of the state's representatives voted against it.
The deal would fund the government until January 15 and raise the debt ceiling through February 7.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told most of the Department of Defense' furloughed employees to return to work Monday.
The federal government has been shutdown for four days, with no end in sight, and a former Congressman says the longer it lasts, the worse things will get.
State Democratic Party Chair John Zody says Indiana's congressional delegation needs to stop pointing fingers and stop the government shutdown.
The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents 14,000 workers in Indiana, is trying to force Congress to pay federal workers.
The state says it has enough cash reserves to keep programs including the Women, Infants, and Children program.
Some of the employees who would be out of work were already furloughed earlier this year because of sequestration.