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Rep. Waltz sounds alarm on some fed agencies' ongoing closures, leading to delays

Added 05-04-21 10:29:02am EST - “EXCLUSIVE:? Rep. Michael Waltz on Tuesday wrote to the offices of Personnel Management (OPB) and Management and Budget (OMB) expressing concern about? ongoing closures of federal agency buildings,? leading to limited staffing and…” - Foxnews.com

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Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., House Armed Services Committee member reacts on ‘Fox & Friends’ to President Biden’s plan to pull all U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Michael Waltz on Tuesday wrote to the offices of Personnel Management (OPB) and Management and Budget (OMB) expressing concern about ongoing closures of federal agency buildings, leading to limited staffing and delays in responses to inquiries.

In the letter, obtained first by Fox News, the Florida Republican says there have been delays in responses to inquiries from congressional offices that are seeking to help resolve disputes between constituents and government agencies.

"Given the gravity and urgency surrounding many of these casework requests, you can understand my confusion and dismay when learning that, despite reopening phases of states and localities, many of these federal agencies’ offices remain closed or very limited staff capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic," he said.

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