The U.S. Air Force is giving Raytheon additional debriefings on the company’s loss of a major space surveillance contract, potentially extending the time that the company has to mull over whether to protest. The Air Force announced Raytheon’s loss of the $915 million Space Fence contract to Lockheed Martin on June 2; an initial debriefing took place June 9. Typically, the company would have 10 days beyond the debriefing in which to protest the loss to the Government ...
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