Raytheon’s GPS III Ground Network Triggers Review on Costs

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  • Air Force declares network in breach of Nunn-McCurdy cost law
  • Network’s cost projected to increase 25% more, U.S. says

The U.S. Air Force said development costs for Raytheon Co.’s network of ground stations for the newest Global Positioning System satellites are expected to increase more than 25 percent over current estimates, triggering a legal requirement to review whether the program should be canceled.

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