Grundman interviewed on Federal News Radio, In Depth with Francis Rose

4 April 2012 • 0 Comments

The latest strike against the F-35 fighter jet program is coming from north of the border. The Canadian government is reevaluating its plan to buy the jets following the release of a government auditor’s report that found flaws in the procurement process. Steven Grundman, the principal of Grundman Advisory and a Lund Fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington, discusses what this means for the jet’s development and what it means in terms of costs for the U.S.


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