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Federal Drive Interviews -- Dec. 14, 2012
Friday - 12/14/2012, 9:49am EST
Khem Sharma — division chief, Office of Size Standards, Small Business Administration
In just a few months, the word "small" might take on a different meaning to some contractors competing for government business. The Small Business Administration plans to raise size standards for companies in two groups.
Regulators are celebrating a drug to kill fleas as a breakthrough in international relations. It marks the first time that the Food and Drug Administration and its Canadian counterpart have approved a new veterinary drug simultaneously. The review and approval of Comfortis required close coordination, without either country sacrificing its own way of doing things.
The Justice Department says it recovered a record amount last year in fraud judgments. It collected nearly $5 billion under the False Claims Act. How did the agency do it?
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