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In our next installment of "Top Ten for 2010", Federal News Radio looks at a battle of two bidders.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has decided not to compete against Boeing Co. for the $35 billion the Air Force will spend to buy its own fleet of refueling tankers. The decision puts the Pentagon on a path to doing something President Barack Obama said shouldn't happen any more: paying large amounts of money to a major defense contractor without undergoing any competition.
Jim McAleese, defense analyst and principal at McAleese & Associates, says Northrop's decision will affect the outcome of the KC-X contract and the future of the C-17.
The USS Theodore Roosevelt hits a major life-cycle milestone.
Contract could be worth $35 billion. This is third time the Air Force is trying to award the modernization contract.
Attacks on the nation's critical infrastructure are on the rise.
Tanker battle creates strange bedfellows.
Will travel almost 4,000 miles in 50 days for the American Lung Association.
CWTSatoTravel and Northrop Gruman Corporation team up after GSA decides to limit requests for proposals.