KC-46A deal prompts Pentagon to solidify rules for insight into Boeing's commercial financial data
Details are finally emerging on Boeing's long-fought $4.4 billion KC-46A tanker development win, and Pentagon officials are brimming with confidence about the way forward. Risk in Boeing's winning KC-X proposal “wasn't low. It is probably closer to the moderate side, but it is manageable,” says Shay Assad, director of procurement and acquisition policy at the Pentagon, during his first interview on the KC-46A program. An integrated baseline review (IBR) outlining the entire ...
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