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I would also argue that because govt employment is a lagging indicator, GULC has the misfortune of seeing ITE hits in c/o 2010 with everyone else from the private sector, but then ITE hits in c/o 2011 from govt hiring. I think we'll see depressed c/o 2012 numbers also because of govt hiring cuts/freezes. If Romney wins and/or there is a lot of political turnover, that might soften the blow a bit.