Harris Added to $12B Veterans Affairs IDIQ Large Business Category; Traficant Comments

Jim Traficant, Harris

The U.S. Veterans Affairs Department has selected Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) for the large business category of a five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The transformation twenty-one total technology contract vehicle has a $12 billion ceiling for services that will streamline and modernize IT operations at more than 150 VA hospitals.

There are eight companies in the large business category.

Harris will offer IT services, including program management and strategic planning, systems and software engineering, enterprise networks and cybersecurity.

“T4 offers the VA a carefully triaged selection of industry partners that can deliver the products and services needed to achieve top clinical, operational and financial performance, ” said Jim Traficant, president of Harris Healthcare Solutions.  “Harris’ ranking on the preferred VA partner list opens the door for us to deliver priority technologies and solutions to improve care delivery and benefits for our nation’s Veterans.”

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SRA Int’l, Booz Allen Added to $12B Veteran Affairs IDIQ

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