NGI passes muster with JROC, RFP 'about to be released'

By Jason Sherman / March 11, 2020 at 5:54 PM
Proponents of the Next-Generation Interceptor prevailed this week on the Joint Requirements Oversight Council to allow the new project to proceed, clearing the way for a top Pentagon board next week to conduct a final review and formally launch a competition for the new multibillion-dollar weapons project, sources said. On March 10, the JROC reviewed the proposed acquisition timeline for NGI -- a roughly 10-year project to develop a new homeland defense interceptor -- in a meeting designed to allay...

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