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FCW : July 30, 2013
July 30, 2013 FCW.COM 19 In a sharply divided Congress, the Senate s management guru gains ground in his nonpartisan approach to the government s scal and performance challenges by Richard E. Cohen Pushing for performance At a recent lunchtime speech to workers at the Clifton, Va., cafeteria of Carfax, Sen. Mark War- ner enthusiastically cited his private-sector experience and extolled successful start-ups like his host, which provides detailed vehicle history informa- tion for buyers and sellers of used cars. However, in response to a question from the audience, Warner conceded that his work on Capitol Hill to improve government management has struggled to succeed. "When I entered the Senate, I put together a list of 16 program cuts that had been recommended by both MARK WARNER: ZAID HAMID
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