USA—Army Seeks Competition For JLTV Buys After 2023

Breaking Defense | 02/13/2020

The U.S. Army has revealed plans to hold a competition for future purchases of Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs), reports Breaking Defense. According to the fiscal 2021 budget request, the Army anticipates awarding a follow-on contract in fiscal 2022 after a competition. The move is intended to drive costs down, said Army officials on Tuesday. Oshkosh, the manufacturer of the JLTV, is currently under contract through Nov. 30, 2023. A competition presents a major risk to the company...

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