Government shutdown averted: Back to work

April 11, 2011
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In the video chat above, The Federal Eye explains how preparations for a government shutdown disrupted federal operations across the country and fields questions on what the budget compromises might include.

The Eye discussed similar topics on Monday’s “Fox 5 Morning News.” See the clip after the jump:

RELATED: Full Washington Post government shutdown/federal budget coverage

Ed O’Keefe is covering the 2016 presidential campaign, with a focus on Jeb Bush and other Republican candidates. He's covered presidential and congressional politics since 2008. Off the trail, he's covered Capitol Hill, federal agencies and the federal workforce, and spent a brief time covering the war in Iraq.
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