GAO denies Glock's protest of Army handgun award

By Courtney McBride / June 5, 2017 at 2:58 PM
The Government Accountability Office has denied a bid protest filed by Glock Inc. over the contract award for the Army's next sidearm. The June 5 decision was issued under a protective order due to its potential inclusion of proprietary or sensitive information; following input from counsel for the protester and government, GAO will release a public version of the decision. In a statement, Ralph White, GAO's managing associate general counsel for procurement law, explained the basis of the decision: "The...

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