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.
Raytheon booked a strong 2009 with more emphasis on cybersecurity and critical training for warfighters.
Raytheon Co., which has been supplying communications electronics to the Defense Department for decades, is using that expertise in an aggressive attempt to widen its footprint in the civilian market.
The U.S. military’s desire for more surveillance equipment and new ways to prepare soldiers for war drove positive first-quarter growth at Raytheon Co., reports Christopher Hinton at MarketWatch.
Raytheon Co. wins a five-year contract worth as much as $250 million to maintain and manage large volumes of sensing data and imagery from space instruments.
Raytheon Co. has named David Jensen vice president of communications for its Intelligence and Information Systems business unit.
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.