Boeing Wary Of DOD Insourcing Sustainment Work As Budgets Flatten
ST. LOUIS -- Industry leaders who provide wide-ranging
sustainment and support services to the Defense Department are facing an
unusual challenge caused in part by budget pressure, namely that DOD's plans to
insource some maintenance and modification work to its depots in the coming
years could limit the amount of work available to contractors, according to
senior Boeing officials.
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