Raytheon protesting Ship Self-Defense System award to Lockheed Martin

September 9, 2019 at 4:01 PM
Raytheon last week filed a bid protest with the Government Accountability Office over a recent contract award to Lockheed Martin for a combat system outfitted on Navy ships. The protest -- which the GAO anticipates deciding by Dec. 13 -- follows the Navy's award to Lockheed Martin's rotary and missions systems business last month. The contract, worth up to $637.6 million through 2028, is for "combat system engineering support" of the Ship Self-Defense System. Raytheon has historically built the SSDS...

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