If Government Defaults, Cash Could Run Short

If the U.S. Congress defaults on its debt obligations by failing to raise the debt ceiling by an Aug. 2 deadline, cash flow could become a problem — for the government and for contractors, a Pentagon official says. The government has the authority to continue spending money and putting contracts in...

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