Raytheon lands potential $375M Air Force air, space software contract

Raytheon has received a potential six-year, $375 million contract to update baseline software and deploy new updates for the Air Force’s air and space command and control operations.

The Air Force uses the Air and Space Operations Center Weapon System at 22 locations worldwide to command and control aircraft.

Raytheon plans to hire additional staff in areas such as system architecture, software development, cyber engineering and IT help desk for the team to support AOC WS out of Hampton, Va.

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