Lockheed Martin protests "concurrency clause" in F-35 contract

10/27/2011 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

The Defense Department wants Lockheed Martin to share the costs of fixing new problems in its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. However, the CEO of Lockheed Martin has expressed concerns about the "concurrency clause" proposed in a new contract. "It's broadly recognized that neither industry nor government has the capability of evaluating how complex systems will perform," said CEO Robert Stevens.

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