Raytheon Starts Disputed Missile Defense Work
Raytheon said March 26 it was beginning work on a $575 million, three-year U.S. Army contract first won last June now that a competitor’s repeated protests have been discarded, potentially for the last time. Within the next two months, Raytheon said it will begin accepting directions from the Army...
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