Whether Congress follows through is far from clear, but the rhetoric inside Washington is building toward spending cuts and systemic changes to the national security budget after a decade of record amounts that some say left the U.S. military little better off. At the Pentagon, the Defense secretary and the department’s acquisition chief are unveiling a new approach to purchasing by looking to reverse the assumptions that contracting officials start with—let alone demanding reliable, ...

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