Low-price Contracting Threatens Incumbents
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Low-price, technically-acceptable contracting requirements are threatening contract incumbents, Washington Technology reports.
Government Executive says the White House is holding onto sequestration details, and all federal agencies are directing questions about cuts to the Office of Budget and Management.
Report finds that the Pentagon needs to relax clearance requirements if it hopes to compete for technology talent, NextGov reports.
DoD is planning to adopt an automated version of software for controlling unmanned aircraft (paywall), Inside Defense reports.
Lockheed claims it did not delay layoff notices for political reasons, The Hill reports.
Foreign Policy says Romney should run the Pentagon like he ran Bain Capital – cut, cut, cut, cut, cut.