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The public-private competition process may not cause cuts in pay and benefits for federal workers, according to a new General Accounting Office report.
Are the Pentagon's increasingly complex war game simulations better at predicting battlefield outcomes?
Workers don't want to stop building airplanes any more than pilots want to stop flying them.
The Defense Department hires the equivalent of more than 700,000 employees annually to perform tasks under service contracts ranging from mowing grass at military bases to testing key weapon systems, according to a new Pentagon report.