In this episode of Federal Hot Take, Mike Gruss, editor of C4ISRNET and Fifth Domain, is joined by Kelsey Atherton, staff writer at C4ISRNET. They talk about the idea of whether “too big to fail” could ever become applicable to technology companies as the government works through a massive modernization effort and how markets may or may not solve this problem before it becomes an issue.

Federal Hot Take: Too Big to Fail?
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