Army to Kick Off JLTV Competition Early Next Year

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army is putting the finishing touches on its request for proposals to industry to officially open a competition worth up to $12 billion to build more Joint Light Tactical Vehicles.

The contest could unseat incumbent Oshkosh Defense, which won the initial JLTV contract in 2015. The Army always planned to conduct a follow-on competition as it reached the end of the initial contract. To prepare, the service incentivized companies participating in the first competition to provide as much technical data as possible.

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