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Defense contractors brace for election results
Friday - 10/29/2010, 4:00pm EDT
The news isn't all bad. Some of the biggest companies -- SAIC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin -- are looking at drops in defense spending but also predicting potential increases to their IT business.
The chief knowledge officer at FedSources Ray Bjorklund said it's tough to predict what will happen. Republicans and the Tea Partiers say they want smaller government while also trying to be pro-business and pro-defense, Bjorklund said.
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