GAO denies Sikorsky's protest of Army's FLRAA decision

By Dan Schere / April 6, 2023 at 3:26 PM
The Government Accountability Office has denied Sikorsky's protest of the Army's decision to award the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft to competitor Bell, clearing a hurdle for the multibillion-dollar program to move forward. The Army announced on Dec. 5 that it had awarded the FLRAA contract to Bell , which is owned by Textron. The projected total contract value, including all options, is about $7.1 billion, according to GAO. The FLRAA will replace the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, but the Army...

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