Northrop Grumman Protests Army Counter Fire Radar Award

Roosevelt, Ann
October 2006
Defense Daily;10/20/2006, p1
Market Research Report
The article reports that Northrop Grumman has protested a U.S. Army contract award to Lockheed Martin to provide Enhanced AN/TPQ-36 (EQ-36) Counter Fire Radar Systems. The protest was filed with the Government Accountability Office in Washington, D.C on October 6, 2006. Jack Martin, Northrop Grumman spokesman, said that the company remains confident that they prevail in the competition to provide the EQ-36 system. The Army has issued a stop work order to Lockheed Martin.


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