Army picks WIN-T contractors

The Army is proceeding with a revised acquisition strategy under its $10 billion Warfighter Information Network-Tactical program that names General Dynamics Corp. as the prime contractor and Lockheed Martin Corp. as the major subcontractor.

Both companies have been competing for the design and development contract since last September, working on their own models and simulations of prototype WIN-T systems.

Under the revised strategy, the contractors will work together to build the tactical network, rather than compete.

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