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Federal Drive Interviews -- Jan. 2, 2013
Wednesday - 1/2/2013, 8:04am EST
federal business intelligence analyst
A bill to delay sequestration and extend tax cuts heads the president's desk today, after a down-to-the-wire vote in the House last night. Brian Friel joins us now with details on the deal and what this means for federal workers and government contractors.
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director of financial markets and community investment
Government Accountability Office
The Consumer Product Safety Commission still doesn't have all it needs to carry out its mission. That's according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office. It says the agency responsible for testing product safety needs more information sharing powers and the ability to test new products faster.
The Hill newspaper
Sterling Beard of The Hill newspaper talks about the ups and downs of the bill the president is expected to sign today delaying sequestration and extending tax cuts.
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