blended work force
 n.— «State Department officials insist that the company’s workers, who hold security clearances, merely relieve diplomats of administrative tasks and never influence policy. But the presence of contractors inside closed discussions on war strategy is a notable example of what officials call the “blended work force.”» —“In Washington, Contractors Take on Biggest Role Ever” by Scott Shane, Ron Nixon New York Times Feb. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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