Cutting the defense budget gets overwhelming support from the public, but where specific cuts should be made is open to debate.
With sequestration on the horizon, our experts share how contractors can survive more than $1 trillion in budget cuts.
Contractors prepare for prospect of deep federal budget cuts should Congress fail to reach a budget agreement before the end of the year.
With massive procurement cuts looming, business with the government takes on a new meaning as defense contractors must articulate value not just to the government, but to the grassroots as well.
The responsibility to protect national security during a time of austere budgets falls to both industry and government.
Sudden funding cuts from sequestration might result in countless claims against prime contractors. But who ultimately will get the bill?
2013 and 2014 might be the low point for the market, but who is expected to take the biggest hit?
Contractors need the government to act now and plan for sequestration.
Language in the 2013 Defense Authorization bill is attempting to avert mandatory budget cuts that some fear could seriously hamper the Defense Department's mission, including the impact on contractors.
Federal IT and professional services stocks lag the market despite some signs of longer term optimism.