Army, Lockheed haggle over $16 million 'security' in JLTV protest case

By Sebastian Sprenger / February 8, 2016 at 2:28 PM
The Army and Lockheed Martin are continuing their judicial haggling over the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle contract protest, with newly published documents showing their respective arguments over a proposed $16 million "security" that the government wants the company to put up if its request for a preliminary injunction is granted. Lockheed Martin in December brought its case against the award to competitor Oshkosh Defense last summer to the Court of Federal Claims. A judge could make an initial ruling in...

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