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Raytheon to Produce Radar Warning Receivers Under $90M Air Force FMS Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Raytheon a potential five-year, $90 million contract to manufacture radar warning receiver systems to fullfill production requirements under a foreign military sales transaction. Raytheon’s self protect systems business will fabricate, integrate, test and deliver AN/ALR“69A receivers through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the Defense Department said Tuesday. DoD noted the company will receive $51.5 …

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Raytheon Recognizes Kratos For Supplier Support Services

Raytheon‘s integrated defense systems business has recognized the services of a unit of Kratos Defense and Security Solutions as an outstanding supplier. Kratos said Tuesday its microwave electronics division (KMED) was among 56 companies that received 4-star honors during the Supplier Excellence Conference that Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems held on May 17. Kratos …

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Raytheon Places in Cybersecurity Ventures’ Top 500 List; Dave Wajsgras Comments

Raytheon has been selected to Cybersecurity Ventures’ annual list of the “hottest and most innovative” cyber companies, which include both start-ups and long-established firms. The Waltham, Mass., company said Tuesday it placed fourth on the 2018 Cybersecurity 500 list, based on efforts to expand its international customer base for cyber defense …

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Raytheon, Australia’s Defense Science & Tech Org Partner for Electronic Warfare Tech Project

Raytheon and the Australian defense department’s science and technology group have agreed to jointly build electronic warfare systems under an interactive project agreement. The company said Monday it will collaborate with DST and local industry partners to establish a laboratory in Adelaide as part of efforts to create an integrated EW platform for the …

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Sparton to Support Raytheon’s Navy Mine Neutralizer System Development; Jim Lackemacher Comments

Sparton will collaborate with Raytheon to design, test and deploy a mine neutralization system as part of the latter company’s potential $363 million contract with the U.S. Navy. De Leon Spring, Fla.-based Sparton said Wednesday it will produce a deployment packaging technology and a wireless communications buoy for Raytheon's Barracuda  mine neutralizer vehicle. …

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Polaris Alpha to Work With Raytheon BBN-Led Team to Support DARPA AI Development Efforts

Raytheon‘s BBN Technologies subsidiary has awarded a $2.3 million subcontract to Polaris Alpha for assistance in developing new artificial intelligence tools for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The team aims to develop semantic-based technologies for abductive reasoning under the agency’s Active Interpretation of Disparate Alternatives program that seeks to construct an adaptive engine that would interpret dynamic, dangerous …

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Raytheon’s Thomas Kennedy: Data Integrity Key Tenet of IT Cybersecurity

Raytheon Chairman and CEO Thomas Kennedy has said he believes maintaining data integrity should be part of an organization’s strategy to secure information technology assets from cyber threats. He wrote in an article published Tuesday on LinkedIn that data integrity protections can help companies defend against insider threats and comply with financial reporting …

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Executive Spotlight: Interview With Brian Baldrate, VP & General Counsel of International and Washington Operations at Raytheon

ExecutiveBiz talked with Brian Baldrate, vice president and general counsel of Raytheon's international and Washington, D.C., operations, about his military background, views on international defense sales and where he sees room for greater public-private sector collaboration. “A lawyer's job isn't to simply weigh in on whether something is legal, but …

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Air Force Taps Raytheon to Sustain Cross-Domain Multinational Data Sharing Platform

Raytheon‘s intelligence, information and services business has received a potential five-year, $37.4 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to sustain a technology platform that helps multinational forces share intelligence data. The company will continue to perform sustainment work on the Cross Domain Enterprise All Source User Repository architecture and further …

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Raytheon Opens Tucson Facilities for Missile Systems Business Expansion Push

Raytheon has dedicated new facilities in Tucson, Ariz., as part of efforts to increase the operational capacity of the company’s mission systems business. Construction of the unit’s new testing facility, customer access center and multipurpose building is scheduled for completion this year, Raytheon said Thursday. “Our expansion supports the nation’s military, the security of America’s …

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NGA Plans Contract Modification Award to Raytheon for GEOINT Software Update

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency plans to award Raytheon a contract modification to update software used to manage GEOINT data sources. NGA said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Friday the modification falls under the GEOINT Data Transformation Services II contract and covers software design, code, integration and test services. Raytheon will support the file-based upgrade …

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