Defenc(s)e analysis frommy corner ofthe Internet.
The effort is part of a “rigorous examination of available fighter-aircraft options on the market and how they could accomplish the missions outlined in the Canada First Defence Strategy,” the government said.
Most of that "heavy analysis" was provided by LockMart and the Pentagon. Needless to say, the decision was already made.
It's the same issue as when the Howard governement did a back room deal for the F-35 without any competition. Single source contracts at the Pentagon have tripled in monetary value over the last 10 years. Would you renovate your house on a single source contract? or get competing bids?Fighter planes are not houses, but the point still matters.
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