Raytheon's SkyHunter, a version of the Israeli Tamir missile, is competing in a US army tender.
Nimrod Shefer will have to decide whether to renew the contacts that took place several months ago on a possible merger between Israel Aerospace and Rafael.
The $17 million contract for advanced ground-based Electronic Warfare (EW) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) systems will be performed over two years.
The amount is in accordance with the MOU between the US and Israel governing military aid for ten years from 2019.
Two years into the job, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman assesses Israel's security position, and explains why he wants more money.