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Army reconsider $323 M award to Boeing
Friday - 3/25/2011, 3:10pm EDT
The contract is for a new intelligence-gathering plane.
Published reports say the Army is pulling that award after protests from bidders, including Northrop Grumman and L-3 Communications.
The Army will re-evaluate the competition and make a new award in the near future.
After Protests, U.S. Army To Reassess Emarss (Aviation Week)
Boeing's $323M intell system stalled by protests (Washington Technology)
U.S. Army To Reconsider EMARSS Award (Defense News)
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