Newly Awarded JLTV Work Comes To A Halt Amid Auditors' Review

By Sebastian Sprenger / September 10, 2015 at 11:21 AM
Shortly after awarding a much-anticipated contract to build the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the Army has directed winner Oshkosh to pause all work under the deal. A service spokesman confirmed on Thursday that a protest lodged by losing bidder Lockheed Martin has triggered a customary chain of events in such cases. "The Federal Acquisition Regulation requires contracting officers to automatically suspend performance on an awarded contract, following appropriate notification of a protest from GAO," Dov Schwarz wrote in a statement,...

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