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Veritas Capital Finalizes the Purchase of Harris Corporation’s Government IT Services Business

Veritas Capital completed the $690 million cash acquisition of Harris Corporation’s (NYSE:HRS) Government IT Services Business.

The Harris acquisition will round out Veritas’ portfolio of twelve companies and enhance their position within the Aerospace & Defense industry.

Veritas Capital purchased government services contractor Alion Science and Technology in 2015 for what Dow Jones reported at the time as nearly $300 million.

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