The Army will host one-on-one meetings with contractors interested in the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle re-compete this month and in the first week of February, according to an update the Army posted Jan. 15.
Contractors can arrange a one-hour session on Jan. 26, 27 or 28 to view a static display of the JLTV at Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Harrison Township, MI. Up to five people from each contractor will be able to attend.
The following week, the Army will host one-on-one meetings with prime contractors interested in the JLTV re-compete. Each prime contractor will be eligible for an hour-and-a-half slot on Feb. 2 or 3.
The JLTV re-compete will be worth up to $12.3 billion for 30,000 vehicles and 10,000 trailers over a decade, the Army announced at an industry day last month. A final request for proposals is scheduled to be released in Jan. 2022, and a contract is expected to be awarded in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2022.
Oshkosh, which won the original contract to manufacture the JLTV, received an $888 million extension last month to produce the vehicle until the follow-on contract is awarded.