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  • The Probation Period: Congress Should Wait for the Information it Asked for - November 3, 2021
  • Once a month the Federal Managers Association writes a Hear It from FMA article for the FEDmanager.com newsletter. This article originally ran in the November 2, 2021 issue. -

    Imagine going to the doctor for a routine check-up. The doctor notices some unspecified issues that don't seem to be causing a problem thus far, and she decides to run some expensive tests. Fair enough — she's the expert. Then, while you await the results of the tests, she informs you she's gone ahead and decided to remove your kidney without any proof that anything is wrong with it. The results of the tests that will say if that was necessary will not arrive until after you've gone under the knife.

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