Raytheon continues JAWS work for DARPA to coordinate kill webs
Raytheon has received a $18.58 million contract modification from DARPA to exercise Phase 2 options in the Joint All-Domain Warfighting Software (JAWS) battle management planning programme.
Work will be completed by October 2023, the DoD announced on 13 July.
The original $10.45 million deal for Raytheon was awarded in January 2021, so the modification raises the total cumulative value of its JAWS contract to $29.03 million.
DARPA in March 2022 also exercised Phase 1 and Phase 2 JAWS options with US software company Systems and Technology Research.
JAWS is intended to feed into the wide-ranging Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) multi-domain programme, via the dynamic coordination of ‘kill webs’ in the air, land, sea and cyber domains to enable flexible decision-making.
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