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Charity drive employees, contractors fight reforms meant to reduce waste

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Office of Personnel Management officials thought their reform proposals for the government's overhead-laden annual federal charity drive, which has seen participation rates drop every year, were common-sense and necessary. Acknowledging that “there are some very serious challenges that the program has in the modern day,” Office of the Combined Federal Campaign director Keith Willingham said...

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