"Per (Boeing's) wishes, we're not releasing the names," said Kevin Waltman, of the Indiana Department of Commerce.
"We've submitted (Indiana's) proposals, and we know there is going to be a lot of competition, but we certainly think, given Indiana's economic strengths, that we've got as good of a chance, if not a better chance, than some of our competitors."
's former home state, used Friday's deadline for an attention-grabbing courting process, offering $3 billion in 20 years' worth of tax breaks for aerospace facilities if Boeing comes there. Waltman
did not mention what Indiana was offering Boeing
to consider this state, but Washington rushed a tax package through its state legislature last week, designed specifically to lure Boeing
"At this point, the ball is in the company's court," Waltman