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Raytheon Executive-Level Cyber Training Added to GSA Schedule 70 Contract

The U.S. General Services Administration has added Raytheon Co.’s (NYSE: RTN) cyber operations training solutions to the company’s Schedule 70 contract, the most widely used federal IT award vehicle.

The company will utilize cyber battle labs with real-time cyber threat data for its executive-level and advanced practitioner training courses.

Raytheon will provide cyber training services that include classroom, virtual and online elements for up to 20-person groups.

“As an approved GSA schedule vendor for cyber security training, we’re now able to serve our government customers with a streamlined way to purchase our capabilities-based training, ” said Steve Teel, vice president for global training solutions at Raytheon’s technical services company. “This represents an additional approach to how we can help arm individuals and organizations with Raytheon’s world-class expertise in cyber operations to address the evolving cyber threat.”

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