United Launch Alliance (ULA) is looking at options to restructure its workforce in an effort to save money as the company nears completion of negotiations for a first-ever multiyear deal for the sale of Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle cores to the U.S. Air Force. “We are signing up for significant year-over-year savings that we honestly don’t have plans today to [realize],” says Dan Collins, chief operating officer for ULA, which builds and operates the Atlas V and Delta IV EELV rocket ...

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