BAE Systems Getting $35 Million Boost from CHIPS and Science Act
BAE Systems in Nashua is getting a $35-million-dollar boost to its bottom-line courtesy of the federal CHIPS and Science Act.
The money will be used for things such as replacing tools and increasing production of computer chips that are needed to help run military defense systems.
The director of the CHIPS program says the Nashua facility plays an important role in the supply chain.
BAE systems is one of the biggest employers in the Granite State.