WASHINGTON -- Despite a declining workload, the 1994 budget for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is shrinking just $100 million, or 5%, to $1.95 billion.

The agency's staff, however, is expected to shrink 17%, or 2,573 jobs, to 12,529, by the end of 1994, chief financial officer Steven A. Seelig said at an open meeting of the board Tuesday.

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