To tackle new projects without new money, share-in-savings contracts offer a viable option.
The controversial, proprietary system used to identify companies in federal procurements could be rebid in 2018.
For Donald Trump, the emoluments issue is a good reason to tread carefully in court, but an even better reason to stay in the good graces of Congress.
The move aims to put to rest criticism about the president’s conflicts of interest, but critics aren’t persuaded.
The acquisition marks another mid-tier move.
The estimate total value for the multiple-award SP3 contract is $700 billion, according to the RFP.
They cite "burdensome" paperwork and "blacklisting" of firms with past labor law violations.
The decision leaves three, or maybe four, potential bidders on the 350-plane T-X program.
“Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” rule called “blacklisting.”
The president says the project is “now in good shape,” but pledges to continue considering Super Hornet bids from Boeing.