Raytheon Co. has acquired Technology Associates Inc., a privately held provider of full life-cycle computer engineering to the U.S. intelligence community. Terms of the acquisition agreement were not disclosed.
The Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium demonstrates the first products and programs that meet its interoperability standards.
Raytheon Co. has won two NASA contracts for satellite systems and infrared imaging technology that have a combined potential value of more than $1.7 billion over the next eight years.
Raytheon Co. will build a mobile data computer system for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department under a contract worth $19.9 million.
Raytheon Co. will provide operations, engineering and software support for NASA under a new five-year contract from the space agency worth as much as $120 million.
Raytheon Co. will provide logistics support for the Army’s Battle Command Sustainment Support System under a three-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract that could be worth as much as $90 million if all options are exercised.
Raytheon Co. will provide information technology support for Navy V-22 Osprey aircraft under a five-year, $250 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.
Raytheon Co. has hired Mark Esper as vice president of government relations reporting to Thomas Culligan, chief executive officer of Raytheon International Inc.
Raytheon BBN Technologies has received an additional $6.14 million in funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to continue work on the Multilingual Automatic Document Classification, Analysis and Translation program.
Thomas Kennedy has been named president of Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, effective immediately, succeeding Daniel Smith, who will retire from the company July 30.
BBN Technologies, a subsidiary of Raytheon Co., has been awarded an additional $17 million contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to complete the five-year Global Autonomous Language Exploitation program, known as GALE.
Raytheon Co. will help the Air Force improve its next-generation weather systems under a $21.8 million contract.