Raytheon awarded $38m C4 contract

Raytheon has been awarded $38m to continue efforts in the design, development, installation and maintenance of command and control, communications and computing (C4) facilities in Iraq.


Raytheon has been awarded $38m to continue its efforts in the design, development, installation and maintenance of command and control, communications and computing (C4) facilities in Iraq.



The contract, awarded by the US Army, is awarded primarily for the operation and maintenance of existing facilities, engineering and installation of new services, network information assurance, and logistics support services.



This is the fifth contract awarded to Raytheon for communications and information systems infrastructure. It is also the first option exercised to Raytheon for its communications technology solutions that include classified and unclassified network data, network management, information assurance, and communications security management.


‘We’re providing support in real-time to our commanders in the field, strengthening their efforts each and every day,’ said Jack Harrington, vice president of Command and Control Systems for Raytheon’s Network Centric Systems. ‘Our rapid response and evolving technical solutions ensure they have the tools they need, when they need them.’