Raytheon Selected for Largest IT Contract in FBI History

TW Scott

Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) is one of several companies selected by the FBI to deliver systems development, operations and maintenance, business re-engineering and new technologies to support the bureau’s key enterprise initiatives.

The Information Technology Supplies and Support Services deal is the largest IT contract in FBI history. It has a ceiling value of $30 billion for up to eight years.

“Raytheon has a long track record of working with the FBI, and others in DOJ, to ensure that federal law enforcement personnel have the latest technology and tools to safeguard national assets,” said TW Scott, vice president of Raytheon mission operations and services, in the company’s intelligence and information systems business. “IT Triple S will not only change the way DOJ accomplishes its daily business but will fundamentally alter the way the department executes its mission for decades to come.”

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