Group Says $30B Army Contract May Be Overestimated

Law360, New York (November 3, 2010, 1:03 PM EDT) -- New analysis from a U.S. government management group has raised questions about the U.S. Army's highly anticipated $30 billion Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise contract for military support services, saying the actual value of the contract will be closer to $10 billion.

The contract also may not extend to as many agencies or research and development aspects as originally stated by the military, according to the newly published report by FedSources Market Intelligence Services.

The EAGLE contract rolls up five existing programs and approximately 200 other...
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