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The decision, effectively saving the money-strapped agency $5 million in service cuts, was supposed to be binding and immediate.

This'll cost 'em dearly: the award decision, future legal costs, breach of contract damages for failing to comply, and possible contempt of court charges if they don't give in.

Odd, they'd expect the loser to pay if the decision went the other way.
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