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Two major defense contractors are joining forces to compete for the Missile Defense Agency’s Ground-Based Midcourse Defense development and sustainment contract.
An expected flood of retirements in the technology industry is leading U.S. aerospace and defense companies to step up their support for educational programs that will encourage students to pursue technical careers.
A study by Aviation Week magazine found that, among companies with more than 100,000 workers, 19 percent of employees are now at retirement age, and that the figure will jump to more than 30 percent by the end of 2012.
In reaction, companies like Raytheon are sponsoring student robotics competitions and forming partnerships with technical schools in an effort to address the expected shortage of workers trained in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The problem hits home for aerospace and defense companies especially, as many engineering jobs in the field are only open to U.S. citizens.
Raytheon has acquired Trusted Computer Solutions, a privately held company that delivers a comprehensive portfolio of cross-domain, operating system and network security solutions.
Raytheon and Cisco are joining up to expand the Wounded Warrior Project. The programs they are sponsoring make it easier for wounded servicemen and women to re-enter the workplace with the skills they need to become cybersecurity professionals.
The Wounded Warrior Project is a new collaboration among Raytheon, Cisco – it offers wounded veterans a chance to learn computer and cybersecurity skills. Bob Connors, project director, talks with Federal News Radio about the details.
The contractor joins the growing number of companies adding cybersecurity capabilities.
Cadets are taking on the role of ”malicious insiders” in a study of front-line cyber threats.
Cadets at West Point are on the cyber-front lines. How are they preparing for these new roles?
Both Raytheon and Northrop claim part of an Army Forces Command contract to support military operational and training needs.