If you ask government contractors to talk about what affects their business, it takes less than a minute before you hear the familiar refrains of budget cuts, sequestration, and political gridlock. Those issues may be at the top of everyone’s minds now, but for those who do business with the government, a long-term vision is essential for surviving Washington’s ongoing crises.
Capital Business asked local executives to take a step back and name one issue that will be a game-changer for contracting over the next decade.
From the threat of terrorism to the inexperience of a younger government workforce, here’s what they said:
Kenneth Asbury – Chief executive of CACI International, a large services contractor
Now, more than almost any time I can recall, the world is a very dangerous place in many dimensions.
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