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2008 Raytheon Excellence in Engineering and Technology Awards

The 2008 Raytheon Excellence in Engineering and Technology (EiET) Awards were held March 11, 2009, at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. The awards, Raytheon's highest technical honor, recognize individuals and teams whose innovations, processes or products have a substantial impact on the company's success, and the success of its customers.

2009 Technology Forum

More than 400 Raytheon engineers and customers gathered at the Grand Hyatt Washington March 25–26 for the 2009 Raytheon Technology Forum.

With the theme, Innovating the Future, the two-day event showcased Raytheon technologies and explored innovative ways to meet customer needs.

2009 Information Systems and Computing Symposium

More than 400 engineers, technologists, customers and suppliers from across the country gathered outside of Boston in April for the first Information Systems and Computing (ISaC) Symposium. Formerly the Processing Systems and Software Systems Technology Networks, the two networks combined last year to form the new ISaC Technology Network (TN). This event, like the other TN symposia, provided a unique opportunity for Raytheon employees to come together to share their knowledge and experiences in a very tangible way, bring that shared knowledge back home with them, and use it to develop even better products, services and solutions for our customers.

Raytheon Receives 2009 NTSA Modeling & Simulation Award
It Takes a Team

The Raytheon Non-Lethal Effects Crowd Behavior Modeling & Simulation (M&S) Test Bed Team received the 2009 National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) award in the analysis category for its lead systems integration work on urban operations simulation in support of the Joint Forces Command's Irregular Warfare Center.

The 2009 NTSA awards were presented at the M&S Congressional Leadership Summit on Feb. 2 in Norfolk, Va., by Reps. Randy Forbes and Robert Wittman of Virginia, and retired Rear Adm. Fred Lewis, president of the NTSA.