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BAE-Led Team to Compete for Australia Radar Network Modernization Contract

partnershipTYSONS CORNER, VA, Sept. 7, 2016 —  BAE Systems will form a team with Raytheon (NYSE: RTN),  Daronmont Technologies and RCR Resolve FM to compete for a potential $765 million contract to modernize the radar network that supports the Australian army’s aerial and maritime surveillance efforts, ExecutiveBiz said Tuesday.

BAE Systems Australia’s Chief Executive Officer, Glynn Phillips commented that, “since 1980 BAE Systems has contributed to the development and delivery of JORN, and we are very pleased to strengthen this unique experience with Raytheon’s proven software and systems integration capability.”

BAE said Sunday it plans to partner with at least 20 small and medium businesses for the program if it wins the Jindalee Operational Radar Network contract.

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