State Dept. Officer Clears AAR Airlift In Counternarcotics Row
Law360, Washington (March 9, 2017, 9:01 PM EST) -- Defense contractor AAR Airlift did not act improperly in preparing its bid for a $10 billion support services contract for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs operations, a U.S. Department of State contracting officer has found, rejecting the incumbent contractor's claims that AAR violated the integrity of the procurement process.
AAR Airlift Group Inc. truthfully responded to State Department inquiries regarding allegations it solicited confidential information of the incumbent contractor, DynCorp International LLC, in order win the multibillion-dollar contract, according to the contracting officer's findings, rejecting DynCorp's claims and finding AAR was eligible for the contract award.
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