DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY
Raytheon Co. has won a $26.9 million option to develop training material for the Defense Acquisition University.
Calendar year 2013 came to a close with a flurry of contract awards, including one for $750 million and another worth over $500 million. Here’s a roundup of the major IT-related awards from the last two weeks of the year.
Raytheon Co. has won a $55.2 million contract with the Navy to complete analyses of the Joint Precision Approach and Landing Systems.
Raytheon Co. has won a $15.8 million contract to deliver its MAGR 2000-S24 miniaturized airborne GPS receiver to the Air Force.
Raytheon has won a $35 million option to provide the Navy with design agent engineering services for the MK-31 Rolling Airframe Missile Guided Missile Guided Missile Weapon System.
The Defense Threat Reduction Agency has tapped seven contractors to help combat weapons of mass destruction under a $4 billion contract.
November, like October before it, saw another decrease in the number of contract awards reported, but there were still some huge contract wins. Who made the list?
Raytheon Co. has named George R. Oliver to its board of directors, effective immediately.
Raytheon Co. has won a $406 million contract to provide radar transmitters and fire control systems for the AEGIS program.
Raytheon has won an $18.8 million option to support the Air Force’s High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile targeting system.
BAE Systems has prevailed in its protest of a Navy decision to award the next generation jammer contract to Raytheon. The win had put Raytheon on track for billions in follow-on work, but now source selection will start over.
The government shutdown put a damper on contract awards in October, as did the traditional slowdown of awards at the start of a new fiscal year. Despite those conditions, though, there were several significant awards in October, and we rank the biggest for the month.