Aircraft Co. Wins Bid to Add Discovery Documents

     WASHINGTON (DC) – An aircraft company has the right to supplement the administrative record after it lost an Air Force contract to a competitor, the Court of Federal Claims ruled.

     Alabama Aircraft Industries will be allowed to add five sections of discovery to a record that is already 45,000 pages long.
     The company was scheduled to perform work on the KC-135 PD, but it was dropped from the job in 2006 when the Air Force reduced the number of aircraft from 44 to 24.
     The additional discovery includes settlement agreements between Air Force and Boeing, whose bid was just $15 million lower than Alabama Aircraft’s bid of $1.8 billion.

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