Raytheon log on to $90 million computer contract

Raytheon has been awarded $90 million by the US Army to provide technology support to the US military in both classified and unclassified computing environments.

Raytheon has been awarded a contract by the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to provide technology support to the US military in both classified and unclassified computing environments.

The ARL is located at the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland where it administers and operates one of four Department of Defense (DoD) High Performance Computing (HPC) Major Shared Resource Centers, established under the direction of the DoD’s HPC modernisation program.

The contract, valued at nearly $90 million, consists of a four-month base period with six additional one-year options. Raytheon will perform the work at the customer’s site in Maryland.

Raytheon’s work on the contract will focus on technical operations support including system administration, operations and maintenance, and security. Raytheon will also provide help desk support, user software and applications support, and scientific visualisation.

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