Harris Wins NASA Deal to Support Human Space Flight

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) won a contract for NASA’s Crew, Robotics, Avionics, and Vehicle Equipment (CRAVE) program as part of the Oceaneering Space Systems, Inc. team.

According to the firm, “the Oceaneering team is one of three industry teams and two universities selected to participate in the five-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, which has a ceiling value of $70 million.”

“This award represents a strategic win for Harris in a targeted growth market, ” said Frank Van Rensselaer, vice president, NASA Programs, Harris Government Communications Systems. “CRAVE is an important initiative to support NASA in the next generation of human and robotic spaceflight programs.”

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