U.S. Radio Politics Get Bloody

A short-lived and largely under-the-radar dustup last week over a $500 million radio contract for the U.S. Army might not sound like much in the context of a $600 billion 2013 defense budget. But the scrap offers a glimpse into the future of austerity-era defense contracting, where new work will be even more hotly contested than ever before.

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