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Federal Drive interviews - June 28
Thursday - 6/28/2012, 10:59am EDT
Chris Inglis — deputy director, National Security Agency
Half of the employees at the National Security Agency joined up since the Sept, 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. That means there's noticeably less gray hair at NSA headquarters than in most federal offices. NSA Deputy Director Chris Inglis tells Federal News Radio such a young workforce has put NSA in an unique position.
Sen. Chuck Grassley — (R-Iowa)
Imagine not being able to get the painkillers you need after surgery or a tranquilizer to limit seizures. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) says hospital emergency rooms throughout the country are reporting shortages of these drugs. He thinks federal drug enforcement agents may be inadvertently contributing to the problem by doing their jobs too well.
Danielle Ivory — reporter, Bloomberg Government
A new program to help small, female-owned companies win federal contracts hasn't worked out as expected. In fact, as Bloomberg Government reporter Danielle Ivory writes, women vendors have gotten less than the price of a drone from these set- asides.