It was quick action that allowed CNF Technologies Corp. to retain several employees after a defense contract was terminated, its CEO Roxanne Ramirez told the Business Journal.
That group consisted of 14 employees at CNF and around nine employees from the prime contractor.
It was roughly three weeks ago when Jason Garcia, CNF’s executive director of mission engineering and integration, got a call from an unnamed prime contractor letting CNF know that the federal government had shut down a contract that CNF was on for more than 10 years. Both the prime contractor and CNF had less than two weeks before roughly 23 people would be out of a job.
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