Tom Shoop

Government Executive magazine

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Editor in Chief of Government Executive, a monthly business magazine serving senior executives and managers in the federal government's departments and agencies

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After a week of failing to call Congressional leaders, President Obama did contact the four leaders of both parties in the Senate and Congress last night.

President Obama Addresses Shutdown

After a week of failing to call Congressional leaders, President Obama did contact the four leaders of both parties in the Senate and Congress last night.

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