Raytheon, the losing bidder of a $915 million contract for the U.S. Air Force’s new Space Fence, is still assessing whether to protest the contract win by Lockheed Martin. The Pentagon announced the award June 2. Raytheon has 10 days after being debriefed by the Air Force on the loss to protest the decision with the Government Accountability Office. Raytheon and the Air Force are being unusually secretive and have declined to say when the debriefing was. The company is still weighing ...


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