NGA Awards $30 Million Extension to Raytheon

Photo: Juan FuertesThe National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has announced a one-year extension worth $30 million to Raytheon for its Information Assurance Services contract.

Raytheon began the contract in 2005, providing assistance on areas involving cybersecurity with a staff of more than 100.

Raytheon’s team of professionals focuses on several important areas, including vulnerability assessments, intrusion detection and public key infrastructure

“Raytheon IA Services has assembled a best-in-class team of professionals,” said Steve Hawkins, vice president of Raytheon’s Information Security Solutions business. “We will continue to provide NGA with the highest-quality security engineering talent required to combat the sophisticated and evolving cyber threat.”

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