Army lags on first phase of OMFV development

By Ashley Tressel / November 8, 2018 at 3:13 PM
The Army's highest-priority acquisition program to modernize its combat vehicle fleet is off to a delayed start, as the service is taking more time than originally planned to refine requirements and request proposals for a future Bradley replacement. The service gave an update to industry this week on its plan to release a final request for proposals for the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle, saying it is "now contemplating a longer proposal development period (greater than three months) and concurrent bid...

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