The Pentagon Inspector General (IG) has again cited concerns over U.S. Army helicopter deals with Sikorsky Aircraft, calling for better cost controls and other contract modifications. Essentially, the IG says, the Army needs to change the way it buys certain items from Sikorsky and to seek a refund from the company. The IG identified similar contracting concerns in reports earlier this year about work done by Sikorsky for Army Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command ...
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