Court issues ruling after seven years

After a seven year wait, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan finally ruled in favor of CIR’s client DynaLantic on its challenge to the Section 8(a) set aside program.  The court held that the Section 8(a) program failed to satisfy strict scrutiny as applied in the military simulation and training industry, and enjoined the Small Business Administration and the Department of Defense from awarding procurements for military simulators under the Section 8(a) program without first articulating a strong basis in evidence for doing so.