Along with the annual “back to school” and wardrobe-change rituals, the strategic planning cycles for defense contractors enter their final home stretch in autumn. Each year is different of course, and good managers know the sins of complacency. For defense contractor-planning practitioners thinking hard about 2019-23, there are some new factors to address. The fiscal 2020 Pentagon budget that is now coming together will be the first to fully reflect the National Defense ...

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