FDA in a Shutdown: The Plan Still Matters
This article was originally published in RPM Report
A government shutdown was averted but not until federal agency’s were forced to communicate their shutdown plans to employees and the public. Those plans may have a lingering impact—and not just because the threat of a shutdown is sure to arise again.
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