GAO Denies Blue Origin, Dynetics Lunar Lander Protests
CAPE CANAVERAL—NASA did not violate any procurement regulations in awarding a $2.9 billion solo contract to SpaceX to demonstrate a human lunar lander, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) said July 30. In denying bid protests by Blue Origin and Dynetics, GAO said that procurements under...
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