Raytheon chases AF system

Raytheon Co., Lexington, Mass., has put together a team of defense, IT and communications heavyweights to pursue the next iteration of the Air Force's distributed common ground system, worth an estimated $161 million.

The team includes BAE Systems Plc, Farnborough, U.K.; General Dynamics Corp., Fall Church, Va.; Goodrich Corp., Charlotte N.C.; L-3 Communications Corp., New York; Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md.; and Science Applications International Corp., San Diego.

The program, known as DCGS Block 10.2 Multi-INT Core, will integrate multiple intelligence systems into a single Air Force-wide system that will process and deliver surveillance and reconnaissance data to users around the globe.

The request for proposal was released on Jan. 31. Bids are due in mid-March, with an award expected in mid-April.


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