Raytheon has said it will compete for the FAA Enterprise Network Services (FENS) acquisition, one of two major national airspace system programs the company started eyeing before its proposed mega-merger with United Technologies was announced. FENS is the successor program to the FAA Telecommunications Infrastructure (FTI), the backbone supporting FAA voice, data and video communications at 4,400 sites. The agency expects to award one or more long-term service contracts to replace the FTI ...

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