After Protests, U.S. Army To Reassess Emarss Bids

Boeing’s hold on a $323 million intelligence aircraft project for the U.S. Army has been dealt a blow after a government audit showed procurement missteps in the source selection. The Army and three losing bidders in the Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (Emarss)...

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