While governments have been building and launching military and intelligence satellites for more than 50 years, a growing reliance on satellite services is heightening the importance of questions about how to better fund and procure these expensive systems. Long gone are the days when money was no object and the cost of doing business took a back seat to mission success. Today, the U.S. and European countries are feeling the pinch of the recession and war costs, prompting government ...

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