The U.S. Army may have to recompete some work for its Robotic Systems Joint Program Office, the Government Accountability Office said in upholding a protest of a support services award. The Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) decided to bundle some support work, including for the robotics office, and awarded a blanket $130 million, five-year contract to Sverdrup Technology last year. However, the robotics work previously had been done by Sigmatech of Huntsville, Ala., a ...

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