Park Service agrees to cut jobs

June 17, 1998

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Park Service agrees to cut jobs

In the wake of a National Academy of Public Administration report about expensive construction projects, the National Park Service agreed to make several changes in the way it manages such projects, including cutting half of the workforce at the agency's 488-employee construction design and supervision facility in Denver.

Full story from the Washington Post.
A report from the Denver Post on Park Service employees' reaction to the news.

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