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Chico Moline: Harris-nLogic Team to Support Defense Commissary Agency’s Network Infrastructure

Chico Moline_Harris Corporation_EMHarris Corp. (NYSE: HRS)-nLogic team has won a contract of undisclosed value to support the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency‘s domestic and oversees network operations.

The companies will provide network communications services across seven distribution centers and 245 commissaries that deliver inexpensive groceries to U.S. military personnel, families and retirees, Harris said Monday.

Chico Moline, vice president and general manager of Harris’ information technology services business, said the team aims “to deliver the kind of secure operation that military personnel and their families have come to expect in the private sector.”

Harris has supported DeCA for more than a decade to help the agency implement tools designed to improve commissary shoppers’ experience.

The company will also deploy field services professionals to deliver technical assistance to DeCA customers worldwide.

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