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Chicken Little feds ignored IG ideas for savings worth $67 billion last year

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Officials who claim automatic sequestration spending reductions will slash the federal budget to the bone could have instead heeded suggestions last year from government watchdogs that would have saved more than $67 billion, according to a congressional report released today. Inspectors general who root out waste and fraud in federal agencies produced more than 16,900 recommendations in 2012...

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