Recent Progress At FDA May Mitigate Impact Of Contracting Reform
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
President Obama's initiatives to save $40 billion through federal contracting reforms may have only a limited impact on FDA because the agency already has made a significant effort at contracting reforms
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