Army tweaking NGCV requirements, request for proposals following recent industry parlay

By Jason Sherman  
October 5, 2018 at 5:44 PM
Army officials are working to fine-tune both the requirements and solicitation for a Next Generation Combat Vehicle after hearing from potential prime contractors on areas of possible technical, cost and schedule risks. The service plans to launch as soon as this month a competition to build an Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle as a replacement for the Bradley fleet. Last week, NGCV Project Manager Col. James Schirmer and other service officials conducted one-on-one meetings with interested combat vehicle makers, including traditional,...

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