We’ve avoided the fiscal cliff, but Congress will be fighting over spending cuts and the country’s debt limit within two months. With the threat of sequestration or $109 billion in spending cuts to domestic and defense agencies still hanging over the federal government, we’d like to know how the uncertainty and on-again, off-again preparations for radical cuts are affecting the efficiency of government. 

Can you share examples of contracts that are costing more because they are signed month-to-month instead of multiple years? Or hiring decisions that have been put off, only to result in qualified candidates taking other jobs? Anything that has resulted in wasted money or bad decisions, we want to know about!

Please share your stories with us.