Seemingly as the nation attempts remember those thousands killed on September 11th, the House is throwing up a token effort to remember those federal employees killed that day. Maybe, on its face, the House is merely trying to recognize the sacrifice of the nearly 3,000 federal employees who died since 1992. No matter the reasoning, The House has set a consent vote on H.R. 2061 Civilian Service Recognition Act of 2011 on the calendar. As amended in the Committee of the Whole, this bill would allow the head of an executive agency to pay for the expenses incident to the presentation of the United State flag for employees of a federal agency.