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Raytheon to Modernize ICE Case Management System

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has been contracted to assist the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement streamline ICE agents’ national security investigations, reporting and management with a modernized investigative case management system.

Raytheon will be responsible for creating a web-enabled system to enable access through multiple lines of communication such as tablets and smart devices. It will support ICE with case management, reporting and workflow tracking abilities.

The new system will be designed to handle interface with more than 100 databases spanning the Department of Homeland Security as well as other agencies, increasing collaborative capabilities.

“To design and implement the modernized investigative case management system, Raytheon brings together ICE’s vision, proven technologies and our experience in successfully implementing national security programs,” said Ron Stefano, vice president of mission operations solutions for Raytheon’s intelligence and information systems business.

Raytheon’s team includes Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC ), Booz Allen Hamilton and three others.

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