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Harris Affirms Small Business Partnerships in Competition for Govt Services; Wayne Lucernoni Comments

Wayne-LucernoniTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 14,  2015 — Wayne Lucernoni, mission sustainment services president at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS), said the company strives to stay current in a low-margin government services sector with help from its small business partnerships, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

The Washington Business Journal cited programs such as the mentor-protégé model as one of the ways to remain lean and competitive in the segment in terms of labor costs and contract bids.

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