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Sikorsky files pre-award bid protest over data rights in UH-1N replacement program

February 14, 2018 |
Rachel Karas
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Sikorsky this week filed a protest with the Government Accountability Office in a disagreement over the Air Force's data and software requirements for the UH-1N replacement program. The company believes the Air Force is pushing "ambiguous and overreaching technical data and computer software requirements that would require Sikorsky to accept interpretations that are contrary to the language of the request for proposal, and to law and regulation," Lockheed Martin spokeswoman Melissa Chadwick said Wednesday. "We believe we provide the strongest...

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