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Dynetics HLS protest argues NASA should have revised competition after budget shortfall – SpaceNews

Dynetics argues NASA should have revised its approach to the Human Landing System program or withdrawn it once it was clear it didn’t have enough money.

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Updated 3:10 p.m. Eastern with NASA statement about stop-work order on HLS award to SpaceX.
WASHINGTON NASA should have revised its approach to the Human Landing System (HLS) program or withdrawn the solicitation entirely once it was clear the agency didnt have the funding to support two companies, one of the losing bidders argues in its protest of the award that has resulted in NASA suspending its work with the winner, SpaceX.
Dynetics, who filed a protest April 26 with the Government Accountability…

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