Harris Books Air Force IT Deal

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) won a $15 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to support the “Headquarters Air Force Information Management Enterprise Business Solutions Software Development Services Support program.”

The deal has a one-year base term and a one-year option.

Harris will focus on technical services for the software development support project.

“The Harris team’s proven expertise in executing process-based managed IT services solutions for the Air Force has paved the way for further success on this contract, ” said Mike Deloney, vice president and general manager, Department of Defense Programs, Harris IT Services.

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