Harris Corp. has hired Murray Sewell II as its vice president of business development for the company’s intelligence and civilian clients of its information technology services business.
Harris braces for a market with fewer large contracts but expects to grow because of the range of its technology expertise.
Veteran Harris Corp. executive Daniel R. Pearson has been named the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer responsible for the company’s daily business operations and five business lines.
Harris Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CapRock Communications, a global provider of managed satellite communications for the energy, government and maritime industries, for $525 million.
Harris Corp. will secure command and control systems for the Air Force under a $12 million Enterprise Security Support prime contract.
Harris Corp. is building what it calls the nation’s first cyber integration center to provide government and commercial customers with a unique managed hosting service in a trusted environment.
Harris Corp. has announced its intention to acquire SignaCert Inc., a privately held provider of information technology compliance solutions. Financial terms were not reported.
A new $35 million contract will permit Harris Corp. to continue to deliver network operations support to the Defense Commissary Agency and its distribution of commissary goods to nearly 12 million customers in military communities around the world.
Harris Corp. will provide digital mapping systems for Navy aircraft under a contract worth $6.2 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp. has named Cheryl Janey vice president of communications for the company's Information Systems sector. She will be in charge of all sector communications and positioning activities, planning and implementing programs to support new business opportunities, and managing employee and executive communications.
Harris Corp. will help the Veterans Affairs Department improve billing and collection efforts under a $72 million contract.
Harris Corp. will upgrade public safety and public service communications for Miami-Dade County, Fla., as part of an improvement project that could be worth as much as $100 million.