GPS Ground Stations Running Late Put Raytheon's Role at Risk

  • Pentagon weighs alternatives after costs more than doubled
  • Raytheon says program is now `on a strong foundation'

Raytheon Co. risks being replaced as prime contractor for new ground stations to communicate with the U.S. Air Force’s GPS satellites because the project’s cost has more than doubled and its delivery date has slipped, according to Pentagon officials.

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