Just as the Pentagon has asked for authority to put five programs into contracts that will run for up to four years, budget turmoil on Capitol Hill threatens to throw a wrench in the Defense Department’s plan to save money and add stability to the industrial base on those and other long-term agreements. By the end of September and the close of the fiscal year, Congress is unlikely to approve annual spending bills, instead proceeding with a six-month continuing resolution to keep the ...
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