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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.

Agency Instability: GSA nominee remains in limbo

Martha Johnson seen by many as the most qualified candidate to be GSA administrator in a decade. But her nomination remains on hold in the Senate because Sen. Christopher Bond is unhappy with GSA's plans for a new federal building in Kansas City. Some call Bond's use of the hold authority an abuse of power.

Thursday - 01/14/2010, 07:34am EST

Agency Instability: GSA begins to feel toll of not having permanent leader

Current and former officials says day-to-day operations are working well, but morale and long term strategy are suffering. Martha Johnson, the nominee to be GSA administrator, remains on hold in Senate. GSA names fourth acting administrator since 2008 and the parade of interim leaders is creating more uneasiness about the agency's future.

Wednesday - 01/13/2010, 12:25pm EST
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