Results 1-20 of 187 for raytheon
- [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] — North Wales Economic Infrastructure (25 March 2015) See 1 other result from this debate
Mark Tami: ...area in the UK, with more than £25 billion of output. The area boasts some of the top manufactures not only in the UK but in the world. In my area, for example, we have Airbus, Toyota, Tata, Raytheon, Convatec and many others. I could stand here for a long time naming all the companies that are so important to creating jobs and growth in our area. There are many more on the other side...
- Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Cyber-security (24 March 2015)
Richard Graham: ...the future training centre rightly mentioned by my hon. Friend the Member for Stroud (Neil Carmichael). Does my right hon. Friend agree that places such as the new cyber-centre in Gloucester, led by Raytheon with innovative partners employing between 9,000 and 90,000 employees should encourage local universities such as the university of Gloucestershire to play an important role in...
- Written Answers — Home Office: Borders: Personal Records (2 March 2015)
James Brokenshire: ...estimated proportion of passengers travelled from the UK on routes connected to Semaphore in each year is in the following table. Due to the ongoing legal arbitration between the Home Office and Raytheon it is not possible to disclose coverage data for 2010. Period Coverage 2009 57% 2010 N/A 2011 64% 2012 67% 2013 79% 2014 81%
- Written Answers — Home Office: Borders: Personal Records (23 February 2015)
James Brokenshire: ...The estimated proportion of passengers who travelled to the UK on routes connected to Semaphore each year is in the following table. Due to ongoing legal arbitration between the Home Office and Raytheon, it is not possible to disclose coverage data for 2010. 2009 57% 2010 N/A 2011 64% 2012 67% 2013 79% 2014 81%
- Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (26 January 2015)
Lord Marlesford: ...in. We have been given an example of the people who go to do jihad and all the rest of it. The fact is that a big attempt was made with the e-Borders programme. A contract worth £750 million was given to Raytheon in 2007. It ran into tremendous difficulties and in 2010 the contract was cancelled. Since then there has been a great deal of judicial toing and froing and arbitration. The...
- Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Second Reading (13 January 2015)
Lord Marlesford: ...situation regarding the electronic monitoring of our national borders. I refer of course to the e-Borders system, which is one of the biggest failures of government computer procurement. The main contract with the American-based company Raytheon, signed in 2007 and worth around £750 million, was terminated by the present Government in July 2010. After binding arbitration, the Home...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Borders: Personal Records (16 December 2014)
Lord Marlesford: ...), whether they can now give a figure for the total cost to date of the e-Borders system, showing separately the cost awarded under the binding arbitration following the termination of the contract with Raytheon Systems Ltd.
- Written Answers — Home Office: Raytheon (17 September 2014)
David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what legal costs have been incurred by her Department for costs associated with the recent Raytheon e-borders arbitration tribunal.
- Written Answers — Home Office: Borders: Personal Records (17 September 2014) See 1 other result from this answer
Sylvia Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, which Minister in her Department took the decision to terminate the contract with Raytheon to build an immigration computer system; and if she will make a statement.
- Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Middle East (8 September 2014)
Katy Clark: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what reports he has received of the use of components for Paveway II bombs manufactured by Raytheon in Scotland by Israeli military forces during Operation Protective Edge.
- Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Defence Growth Partnership (4 September 2014)
Matthew Hancock: ...currently represented on the Steering Committee are Airbus Group, Atkins, Babcock, BAE Systems, Cobham, Finmeccanica, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, Marshall, MBDA, QinetiQ, Raytheon, Rolls Royce, Serco, Thales. The trade association, ADS, is also a member and represents the interests of the wider defence sector. SME representation is currently being reviewed by the...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Borders: Personal Records (23 July 2014)
Lord Taylor of Holbeach: It will not be possible to confirm total cost to date or the estimate of remaining costs until the binding arbitration following the termination of the contract with Raytheon Systems Limited is complete and we have been advised that it is legally appropriate.
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Borders: Personal Records (23 July 2014) See 1 other result from this answer
Lord Marlesford: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Taylor of Holbeach on 15 July (WA 111), on what date the contract with Raytheon Systems Limited for the e-Borders system was terminated and what had been the total cost of the system to public funds up to that date; and when the binding arbitration proceedings on that contract were initiated and when they are...
- Written Answers — House of Lords: Borders: Personal Records (15 July 2014)
Lord Taylor of Holbeach: ...to confirm the total cumulative cost to public funds to date of the e-borders system, but we will be able to do this once the binding arbitration following the termination of the contract with Raytheon Systems Limited is complete. The work of e-borders has been absorbed into the Border Systems Programme. By the end of this Parliament, Border Systems will: • Develop replacement...
- Written Answers — Home Department: Raytheon (7 July 2014)
Frank Field: ...Department what financial provision her Department has made to cover the (a) ongoing legal costs of and (b) costs of a potential settlement resulting from the binding arbitration process brought by Raytheon Systems Ltd.
- Written Answers — Home Department: Raytheon (7 July 2014)
Frank Field: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what progress her Department has made on reaching a settlement with Raytheon Systems Ltd on the e-Borders programme; and when the arbitration progress is scheduled to be completed.
- Written Answers — Wales: Official Visits (30 June 2014)
David Jones: ...Inaugural Information Day Infrastructure UK breakfast meeting, Ruthin CBI and Wales Office initiative April 2014 Location Purpose of visit Port of Mostyn Infrastructure and energy focused Raytheon UK, Broughton Aerospace and manufacturing focused PPA Ltd, Broughton SME and aerospace supply chain focused Consort Precision Diamond Co., Kinmel Bay SME and aerospace...
- [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] — Migration Statistics (26 June 2014) See 2 other results from this debate
David Hanson: ...checks, which is why we began the e-Borders programme. The e-Borders project still has some issues outstanding, including, as mentioned by my right hon. Friend the Member for Leicester East, the dispute with Raytheon. I have tabled parliamentary questions to the Minister, asking him when the dispute might be resolved, what the terms of any final resolution will be and when he intends to...
- Defence in Scotland After 2014 (18 March 2014) See 3 other results from this debate
Lindsay Roy: May I assure the Minister that I am not scaremongering but posing a question put to me by people who work at Raytheon, a company that employs 600 people in my constituency? They are asking whether there is an issue about the confidential contracts that are engaged in between the parent company in the USA and Raytheon UK, and whether there is any risk to, or uncertainty about, their jobs in...
- Written Answers — Home Department: Borders: Personal Records (5 March 2014) See 1 other result from this answer
David Hanson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much was paid by her Department to Raytheon plc in relation to the e-borders scheme.