(I worked in the field from 1992 through 2008.)
Edit: See, for example, this 2004 article on "Quantum networks: from quantum cryptography to quantum architecture", with several BAH authors, including the lead author: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1039117&dl=ACM&coll=DL&CFI... This took a few seconds to find with Google, I wouldn't be surprised to find earlier examples.
Of course if you are truly paranoid you might believe that the government knows how to break these schemes as well. In that case I have a great deal on bulk orders of carrier pigeons that might interest you
Good links too.
Ah, the modern version of the Nuremberg defense. "It was in the contract."
And if no one gets hired for some of these because the capability isn't there, well, we can just say that no applicants had the needed knowledge/skills/abilities.
RSA is more threatened by conventional number theoretic advances than by quantum computers.