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With federal government shutdowns now becoming almost run-of-the-mill, the news that Congress reached a deal to avoid this weekend's pending shutdown provided some minor relief, if any, for federal government workers and contractors. Tom Shoop, editor-and-chief of Government Executive Magazine, talks with WAMU Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey about the ongoing toll of these repeated close calls on government employee morale, retention, and productivity. 

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