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Among the defense-related firms affected by the shutdown is Engility, whose NASA trip-planning software was tested aboard this Piaggio P. 180 Avanti aircraft.

Defense Companies Starting to Feel Effect of the Shutdown

Firms working for NASA, DHS, and other shuttered federal agencies are taking hits to their cash flow.

Stop-Work Orders Beginning to Go Out to Contractors

Companies wrestle with "highly fluid" shutdown situation.

Investigators Probe Allegations of Cronyism, Mismanagement at Government Publishing Office

If the Senate confirms President Trump’s nominee to lead the agency, he will have to grapple with accusations of high-level corruption.

Should Vendors Submit Contract Bids During a Government Shutdown?

Deadlines are deadlines, even if no one is there to check.

The Government May Be Shut Down, But Taxpayers Are Footing The Bill For Mar-a-Lago Party Tents

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort still needs tents for the winter party season—and taxpayers are footing at least $54,000 of the bill.

Shay Assad, the Pentagon's Director of Defense Pricing, speaks to the audience at the SMC’s 2017 Space Contracting Executive Forum at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, Calif., Aug. 23, 2017.

Hard-Nosed Pentagon Negotiator Removed From Job; Racked Up Huge Travel Costs

Shay Assad also backed a controversial plan to slow payments to defense contractors.

The Trump Administration’s Davos 2019 Hotel Bills Have Already Hit $2.9 Million

Sitting U.S. presidents don't normally go to the ritzy Davos conference in Switzerland, but this is Trump's second year.

Customs And Border Protection Is Using Retinal Scans To Try To Catch Liars

They may hold promise as deception-detectors, but some think the technology isn't quite there yet.

SpaceX founder and chief executive Elon Musk speaks after announcing Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa as the first private passenger on a trip around the moon in September

NASA Administrator on Elon Musk: ‘That Was Not Appropriate Behavior’

Jim Bridenstine recently told the SpaceX founder he doesn’t want NASA contractors engaging in questionable behavior.