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  • Stephen Fuller: Two-Year Budget Deal Helps 'Neutralize' Sequester's Impact on DC Economy - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Stephen Fuller: Two-Year Budget Deal Helps ‘Neutralize’ Sequester’s Impact on DC Economy

    Some Washington-area business leaders see 2014 as being a better year for the local economy compared to a 2013 that saw market uncertainty resulting from sequestration, the Washington Post reported Monday. Sarah Halzack writes that a Post poll of economists, executives and academics indicates general agreement of an improved business climate and most respondents cited […] More

  • TheNewNewInternet Brings Experts' White Papers to the Forefront - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    TheNewNewInternet Brings Experts’ White Papers to the Forefront

    Executive Mosaic, the parent company of TheNewNewInternet, hosted a special executive-only forum two weeks ago that had leaders from different sectors share their views and insights into GovCon’s post-sequestration environment and where the market is headed. TheNewNewInternet has published copies of presentations offered by several speakers from the Post-Sequestration Summit for reference by attendees seeking […] More

  • Report: Over Half of Job Losses Due to Sequestration Would Come From Small Businesses - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: Over Half of Job Losses Due to Sequestration Would Come From Small Businesses

    If sequestration occurs, 52% of all job losses will come from small businesses, a study previously covered on ExecutiveBiz has forecast. A KansasCity.com article details the struggles of a number of small business owners suffering from recession, and dreading the thought of lost federal business while highlighting aspects of that study. Catherine Giordano, CEO of Knowledge Information Solutions […] More

  • Report: GMU Professor Claims Sequestration Equals 155K Lost Jobs - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Report: GMU Professor Claims Sequestration Equals 155K Lost Jobs

    According to an economist from George Mason University, sequestration could result in massive job cuts in Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland, Government Executive reports. George Mason University regional analysis director Stephen Fuller said that the automatic budget cuts could result in 65,000 federal workers and 96,000 contractors losing their jobs. According to WTOP, 20 […] More

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