U.S. Army Seeks Answers On Failed Utility Aircraft Competition

The U.S. Army is trying to figure out why Sierra Nevada Corp. was the only prime contractor to bid for its Fixed Wing Utility Aircraft (FUA) program. On Dec. 5, the Government Accountability Office denied SNC’s protest over the Army’s abrupt cancellation of a competitive source selection, a small...

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