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For decades observers of federal spending patterns have focused on the rush to use up contracting dollars in the fourth quarter. But this year, an equal but opposite phenomenon has emerged. Agencies releasing fewer and fewer dollars of contracts in the first quarter, when there’s a whole year ahead to get things done. That could lead to misspending and lots of other problems, according to Fearless chief growth officer and former EPA chief technology officer, Greg Godbout. He talked about it on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.