The expiration of a government contract could lead to hundreds of people losing their jobs in Albuquerque.
The company that employs those workers, Science Applications International Corp., is expected to lay off about 269 employees on April 9, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification letter filed with the state last month. The layoffs are the result of an information technology services contract with Sandia National Laboratories that is expiring.
Bumping rights do not exist but "resources will be made available for the affected employees in their search for alternative employment inside the company, as well as with other companies," the notice says.
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