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Raytheon Books Contract to Continue Support for US Military’s ‘CENTAUR’ Data Sharing Platform

Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) has received a $45.4 million award from the Army Contracting Command to conduct analytics and systems support for an information technology architecture that U.S. and allied nations use to exchange intelligence data.

The company will support the Cross-Domain Enterprise All-Source User Repository under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

CENTAUR is a digital platform that facilitates secured sharing of videos, photos, documents and chat messages between military users.

In 2011, Raytheon booked a $68 million initial contract from the U.S. Air Force‘s Distributed Common Ground System Multi-Service Execution Team Office to build the system.

USAF awarded the company a $37.3 million follow-on contract in 2018 to sustain the CENTAUR architecture.

Work under the new award will run through May 9, 2028, with work locations and funding to be determined as each order is issued.

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