Lockheed on Thursday said it had filed a federal complaint over
the handling of the contract by the Army, and court documents
posted on Friday showed it had also filed a motion seeking the
"We look forward to having our Joint Light Tactical Vehicle
(JLTV) complaint heard, and all evidence evaluated, by the Court
of Federal Claims," Lockheed said in a statement.
No comment was immediately available from the Army, which lifted
a stop-work order earlier this week after the Government
Accountability Office dismissed a protest filed against the
contract by Lockheed.
(Reporting by Andrea Shalal; Editing by Dan Grebler)
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