Army pivots from OTA to FAR for follow-on work in Long Range Hypersonic Weapon effort

By Jason Sherman / October 25, 2022 at 5:54 PM
( Editor’s note: This story was updated on Oct. 26 to remove a reference to Lockheed Martin not submitting a sole-source bid in May; a company representative on Oct. 26 said the Army did not invite a proposal .) The Army is upending its acquisition strategy for Long Range Hypersonic Weapon ground equipment -- the vehicles and associated support gear needed for a second and third battery -- by looking to move from rapid-acquisition rules to traditional procurement regulations. On...

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