Washington Technology ranks the 2009 mergers and acquisitions that had the biggest impact in the government market.
Raytheon Co. has won an initial contract from the Air Force worth $886 million to develop a new element of the Global Positioning System that will improve the accuracy of information from GPS satellites.
Raytheon Co. will provide equipment, services and support for air traffic navigation to the Army under a $5.9 million contract.
Raytheon Co. will work to protect the Air Force against malicious software attacks under a $2.9 million contract. The Air Force Research Laboratory award calls for Raytheon BBN Technologies, a subsidiary of the company, to develop new approaches to protect the Air Force’s service-oriented architectures.
A Raytheon unit will help develop a consortium for the Army to examine communication, information, and social and cognitive networks under a new contract.
Raytheon Co. and its team of contractors will work with the Defense Information Systems Agency to thwart cyber attacks on Defense Department networks.
Raytheon Co. has completed its acquisition of BBN Technologies Inc., a provider of critical solutions for national defense and security missions.
Raytheon Co. has won a $3 million contract to create a prototype sensing architecture that could consolidate several missile defense systems.
Raytheon will furnish additional prototypes of sensors for a high-tech helmet system designed to give Army helicopter pilots 360-degree situational awareness under a $13 million contract.
A Raytheon unit will provide training support for U.S. and coalition forces in Kuwait under a $44 million contract.