WASHINGTON – When deciding who will be the prime Aegis contractor for the combat system’s Advanced Capabilities Build (ACB) 16 upgrades, the U.S. Navy will be looking at each company’s ability to complete the work, technical and management approaches, past performance, combat systems knowledge, experience and, of course, price, according to the service’s request for proposals (RFP) released last week. But some of those factors will carry much more weight than others, the RFP says. ...
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