Just as the Pentagon, U.S. intelligence community and their panoply of contractors were beginning to figure out how to live under long-term budget cuts known as sequestration, now come growing fears that sequestration spending levels will be the ceiling, and not floor, for future spending. The fear, in summary, goes like this: congressional Republicans, their Democratic counterparts and the Obama administration will have to enter some form of “grand bargain” negotiations to get through ...
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