I did a search and visited a few government websites, but I still can't seem to find all the agencies affected by the shutdown.

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    I can't see any reason to justify the downvotes. But even more baffling are the close votes. The question is as to the point as it can possibly be. I also did a search for this and could not find any official list of agencies affected by the shutdown, so the answer is not obvious.
    – armatita
    Jan 23 '19 at 9:46
  • The question in the title is answered at Why is 3/4 of the US federal government unaffected by a shutdown?. The part regarding racial breakdown seems to be rather broad to be answered definitely.
    – Panda
    Jan 23 '19 at 11:32
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    @Panda I don't think the title question is answered in your link. The OP specifically asks for agencies, which I would assume includes non-governmental entities such as non-profits (but admittedly I'm not knowledgeable of the nomenclature). Further I would assume this change in scale to be relevant given this question final objective (as stated by the OP). Which incidentally I don't see as "too broad". Given the number of people that could be affected, which of those are actually being affected, grouped by ethnicity. Difficult to say maybe, but not too broad.
    – armatita
    Jan 23 '19 at 12:56
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    Even if the question doesn't include NGOs, the linked answer is incomplete for the purpose of this question. There exist independent agencies like the Office of Personnel Management, and it also does not list the status of the Executive Office of the President, which is also not a department level entity. Jan 23 '19 at 15:37
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    @IllusiveBrian Not to mention that closing "questions" as duplicates is about closing "questions" as duplicates, not answers. This question deserves to be asked in it's own right. Closing this question as a duplicate of another just because that different question happens to contain an answer with the information requested doesn't do much for people searching this question in Google. Jan 23 '19 at 19:15

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