Multiyear Contracts Could Solve Plenty of Pentagon Problems

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After pushing Pentagon leaders for months to take more seriously the negative effects of rampant inflation, Congress is finally seeing some action. But now it may be defense leaders who need to push Capitol Hill to be bolder.

After failing to adequately account for rampant inflation in its fiscal 2023 budget request, the Department of Defense is now proposing solutions to mitigate inflation’s effects on the troops and the industrial base.

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