Harris Picks Mike Deloney to Lead DoD IT Programs; John Heller Speaks

Mike Deloney

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) named Mike Deloney vice president and general manager of Department of Defense (DoD) Programs for its IT services business, where he will report to the man he succeeds, John Heller who has moved up to head Harris IT Services.

Deloney will lean on his 30 years of experience as he leads the firm’s DoD business area (U.S. Air Force, Army and Navy), including customer interface, program execution and business development.

Among his tasks will be developing strategies and solutions “to deliver innovative mission-critical solutions to the global customer base and to achieve the business’ growth objectives.”

“Mike is an entrepreneurial and growth-oriented leader with significant industry experience, deep customer intimacy, and a sound understanding of our operations, ” Heller said. “Under his leadership, I am confident that we will continue to deliver the IT solutions, innovation and optimal performance our customers have come to rely upon to meet their mission-critical objectives.”

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