The deal means Elbit headquarters and all its facilities will move from Ramat Hasharon to the Negev, and a new defense complex will open in the industrial part south of Be'er Sheva.
President Reuven Rivlin told the winners: 'The Israeli public does not know how much it owes you.'
In March 2000 the Israeli government was refused permission to purchase BGM-109 Tomahawk missiles.
The company making the new kit is made up of "professional shooters, members of the IDF elite reserved forces, counter terrorism, reconnaissance and commando units."
Students at the Orot Etzion Girls School in Efrat began their second day of school with an evacuation due to a bomb scare.
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