The White House this week announced that, with the government facing massive budget crunches, there will be no Presidential Rank Awards handed out this year. What do you think about this development? Is it unfair and a bad sign for the overall federal workforce? Or do you think it’s a necessary step to take? Sound off below, or write me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll keep your comments anonymous if you’d like.
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