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Over the course of several weeks in July 2013, Federal News Radio asked federal contractors to respond to a survey about the impact sequestration is having on their businesses.
The across-the-board cuts to agency spending were portended to have major negative effects on industry. Our survey aimed to determine the actual impact on the government contracting community.
The results of the survey are part of Federal News Radio’s multi-day special report, Private Side of Sequestration.
View the raw results of the survey in the window below. (Having trouble viewing the embedded survey? Click here for a web version of the results.)
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MORE FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORT, PRIVATE SIDE OF SEQUESTRATION:
Part 1: Contractors confronted with new type of waiting game due to sequestration
Part 2: Federal 4th quarter spending spree offers contractors hope for return to normalcy
Part 3: Sequestration plays second fiddle in aerospace industry to previous cuts
Part 4 Prime contractors show strong earnings despite sequestration
Part 5: Contractor hiring, morale take sequestration hit
Part 6 : Small contractors struggle from, rise to the challenge of sequestration
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Part 7: Planning for the worst: Companies aim for sequestration-easing strategies
Part 8: Small firms feel first bite of DoD budget cuts as large contractors’ stock soars
Part 9: Contractors adapting to post-sequestration environment
Part 10: Fed furloughs leave imprint on procurement process, contractors say
Survey: Contractors speak out about sequestration’s impact
Data Analytics: Sequestration’s impact on contractors by-the-numbers
Column: Sequestration creeps outside the Beltway
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