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Agency Instability at GSA

In April 2010, it will be two years since the General Services Administration has had a permanent leader. Federal News Radio's Jason Miller examines what effect the lack of permanent leadership is having on the agency - and other agencies in the federal government in our series, Agency Instability at GSA.

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