Raytheon Company is restructuring its Network Centric Systems division to boost its business in the public safety markets.
Science Applications International Corp. filed a protest Aug. 26 against the Army's award of Ground Combat Vehicle technology development contracts to two teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems.
Two teams of contractors, one led by BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman and another by General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin Corp., share a $900 million contract to develop the technology for the Army's smart combat vehicle.
Raytheon has named Kevin F. Brown vice president of Raytheon's operations at Fort Meade, Md., and deputy of its Information Security Solutions product line.
Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions has hired Christopher Sciortino as vice president of professional services to direct the architecting and implementation of complex high-assurance and cross-domain solutions for government and industry.
Company will research how the brain processes large amounts of unstructured data.
Raytheon BBN Technologies will create architectures, protocols and network devices that will improve network capabilities and integrity for tactical military units.
Raytheon subsidiary BBN Technologies will design and integrate an information architecture for wireless small module satellites for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Raytheon Co. has won the nation's initial competitive Public Safety Long Term Evolution contract, the first under the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program for recipients of the FCC's 700 MHz Broadband Waiver.
Raytheon Co. will provide the Navy with communications logistics support for its Extremely High Frequency Satellite Program under a $51.6 million contract.
Despite the buffeting from the sputtering economy and the uncertainties of the federal marketplace, Raytheon had a busy – and profitable – year in 2010.
Raytheon Co. will supply the Air Force with almost 2,000 additional encrypted communications systems that will cost the military branch $20.7 million.