The company said it expects to eliminate about 200 jobs in the course of the reorganization. Although it expects to save about $85 million a year through the reorganization, the company did not change its projections for revenue and earnings for 2013.
In 2012, Raytheon employed 950 in Fort Wayne, according to the Community Research Institute at IPFW. The company as a whole employed about 71,000 at the end of 2011, according to its annual report.
As of early Monday evening, representatives of Raytheon had not elaborated on the potential impact of these changes in Fort Wayne. However, the company is still looking to fill positions here. On Monday, the Raytheon website showed nine openings, from internships to engineering jobs, in Fort Wayne.
According to Raytheon’s 2011 annual report, Network Centric Systems, headquartered in McKinney, Texas, supplied an array of products for military communications, imaging and security.