James E. Blair
Add functional jobs to gate
These are fairly stable and don't take exceptionally long (compared to other lengths we endure) now. Since we no longer have clean check, it's more important to gate on these now. Change-Id: I888e7a5839fcd4ac62068578df418d55c29372da
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