Raytheon selected for U.S. Army testing, training contract

  • 17-Mar-2009 09:04 EDT
Raytheon Co. received a multiple-award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for the U.S. Army’s second Omnibus contract, known as STOC II. The STOC II contract, managed by the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation, is a 10-year, multi-agency vehicle worth up to $17.5 billion that enhances the U.S. Army’s training and testing capabilities. The award allows Raytheon to participate on a variety of delivery and task orders that will serve not only the needs of the U.S. Army but also a myriad of other federal departments.
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