Raytheon Protests After Air Force Radar Deal Rejection

Law360, Nashville (November 29, 2017, 5:47 PM EST) -- Raytheon has protested after the U.S. Air Force eliminated it from a competition to provide the radar system for the next-generation JSTARS surveillance aircraft and effectively handed the deal to rival Northrop Grumman, arguing there had been “significant flaws” in the evaluation process.

In a statement first issued on Monday, Raytheon Co. confirmed that it had protested to the U.S. Government Accountability Office after being informed by the Air Force that its Archimedes radar system is no longer under consideration for installation on the next-generation JSTARS...
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