Consolidating contracting services
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Our mission is to lead the industry in quality, ethical business, social responsibility, and win-win partnerships.
We focus on the defense industry, by far the largest contributor to federal procurement spending in the U. This industry experienced a sharp increase in the level of concentration during the 1990s, driven by a series of large mergers between defense contractors.
Using detailed microdata on Department of Defense (Do D) contract awards, we estimate the causal effect of industry concentration on a series of procurement outcomes, leveraging the differential impact of these mergers across product markets.
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