That $15 wage proposal for federal contractors, will it help or hurt?

For some contractors a $15-an-hour minimum wage is a moot issue. For others, it would have a lot of implications for profits and competitiveness.

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More than troops will be departing Afghanistan — also a slew of contractors

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Contractors are already organizing as they anticipate the next big spending bill

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When it comes to the Biden administration regulatory agenda, contractors are waiting for the shoes to drop

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Even federal contractors have something to like in the latest big spending bill

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(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)Lloyd Austin

Cabinet leaders are in, now for the sub-cabinet appointments

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(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)Joe Biden

Navigating the Biden administration’s new Buy American policy

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Changes on the horizon for defense contractors

Federal contractors are bracing for radical changes in policy and the threat of a short-term government shutdown as they look forward the coming transition.

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What do federal contractors want out of the 2020 election winner?

The election outcome will have big consequences for nearly every segment of the economy, including federal contractors and the rules they and the government…

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Eric White/Federal News NetworkDavid Berteau

What the president’s new order on race training means for federal contractors

The controversial White House directive banning what the Trump administration thinks is divisive diversity training – it applies to federal contractors, too.

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