The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has called for a reassessment of the bid submitted by an Oshkosh Corp. subsidiary for the $638 million Medium Support Vehicle System Standard Military Pattern contract.
CITT made the recommendation to Canada“™s department of public works and government services following a four-month review after Oshkosh Defense Canada challenged the contract award decision on the MSVS SMP program in January, Oshkosh said Tuesday.
“We are pleased with CITT“™s ruling, which validates our concerns and defends the fair and transparent procurement process that the Canadian government strives to implement,“ said Wilson Jones, president and CEO of Oshkosh Corp.
The bid“™s re-evaluation includes the physical reassessment of the test protocols for the vehicle platform.
Oshkosh said the tribunal also recommended a review of a possible monetary compensation to the company for costs incurred in the complaint proceedings.