Defense contractors try to gauge Pentagon's desire for risky technology

06/28/2007 | CNNMoney

Defense companies trying to land military contracts that can ultimately be worth billions have to make shrewd guesses about the Pentagon's desire for new technology versus its acceptance of tried-and-true methods. Slower defense spending means that contractors who guess wrong could wait a long time between deals.

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