Harris Corp. has won the fifth option year for its Network and Space Operations and Maintenance contract, to operate, maintain and logistically support the U.S. Air Force Space Command's 50th Space Wing Mission
Harris Corp. has appointed a new president of its health care business, Vishal Agrawal, who will report to James Morris, group president of Harris Integrated Network Solutions.
James Morris takes over at Harris Integrated Network Solutions.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
Harris has agreed to sell Broadcast Communications to the global investment firm, The Gores Group.
President Obama plans to appoint Harris President and CEO, William Brown, to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee, which helps the government maintain a reliable, secure, and resilient national communications posture.
Ted Hengst is leaving Harris IT Services to become the CEO of Artel LLC.
Homeland Security Department
Harris will provide two types of radios under its TacCom vehicle to the DHS, Coast Guard and FEMA.
Twenty companies will compete for task orders under the Army's $10 billion Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems contract.
Harris Corp. has won a $50.5 million order for satellite communications terminals in support of the Army's Modernization of Enterprise Terminals program.
Very-high and high frequency radios to help protect Latin American nation's strategic installations, Harris said.
Harris will provide Navy with all major types and frequencies of radios that Harris offers.
Third FAA contract in just over a month brings Harris' total to $685 million.