Ruling due this month on Palantir's protest over Army's intelligence software

By Sebastian Sprenger / May 3, 2016 at 1:09 PM
The Government Accountability Office is expected to issue a ruling by May 26 about Palantir's concerns over the Army's plans to develop the service's next version of the Distributed Common Ground System. The company filed its complaint in response to a request for proposals first issued by the service in December 2015 for Increment 2 of the system. The filing, dated Feb. 16 in the GAO docket, indicates that the Palo Alto, CA-based software company takes issue with the Army's...

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