Defense Contract to Start All Over?

Monday, June 15, 2009

A report on www.Canada.com said that Canada's bid to purchase a new fleet of supply ships, known as the Joint Support Ship or JSS, may start anew, as concerns rise that too much of the money budgeted for the $2.1b project is targeted to management and operation costs.
 

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