Northrop Again Protests U.S. Army Approach To Intel Aircraft Buy

Northrop Grumman has thrown yet another wrench into the U.S. Army’s attempt to get its new intelligence aircraft procurement program back on track, with the March 28 filing of a second protest. The company was among three losing bidders to originally protest Boeing’s November 2010 win of the $323...

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