Raytheon to lead overhaul of air traffic control training

09/12/2008 | Washington Technology

Under a 10-year, $437 million contract, Raytheon Technical Services Co. will lead a team of companies and colleges to plan new training programs for the FAA's air traffic controllers. Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., Dynamic Sciences Inc., The Fortier Group, CNI Information Technology LLC, Interim Solutions for Government, Chenega Technology Services Corp., University of North Dakota at Grand Forks and Minneapolis Community and Technical College are among the other members of the Raytheon team.

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