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Raytheon to Provide CFD Support to NASA
Posted Fri October 31, 2003 @04:41PM
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News A business unit of Waltham’s Raytheon Co. has been selected to provide information technology services to NASA Ames Research Center. The competitive, cost-plus-incentive-fee subcontract has a total base value of $50.1 million, including four, one-year options at a total base value of $40 million.

Raytheon Technical Services Company will provide business systems applications support; aerodynamics and computational fluid dynamics research; human factors research; algorithm and software development for air traffic management; advanced networking initiatives to support scientific research; and educational and public outreach. Work will be performed in Mountain View, Calif.


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