Harris Corp. will establish a digital radio system to support public-safety first responders across the 518 square miles of Floyd County, Ga., under a $23.6 million county contract.
With nearly $3 billion in prime contracts, Harris' new organization puts more focus on their customers' mission.
Jim Traficant, previously vice president and general manager of Harris Corp.’s Healthcare Solutions, has been promoted to president of the business unit.
After first announcing the planned acquisition in November 2010, Harris Corp. has wrapped up its purchase of Global Connectivity Services from Schlumberger Information Solutions for $397.5 million in cash.
Harris Corp. has completed its $155 million cash acquisition of Carefx Corp., a provider of interoperability workflow solutions for government and commercial health care providers.
An alliance spearheaded by Harris Corp. aims to accelerate adoption of cloud computing by government agencies by developing tgechnologies that ensure the security of data.
Harris Corp. has acquired key infrastructure assets of Core180 Inc., a government telecom network integrator in Fairfax, Va. Financial terms were not reported.
Harris Corp. is realigning its operating business units, creating the Integrated Network Solutions unit to provide IT and managed services, among others.
Harris Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Carefx Corp., a provider of interoperability health care workflow solutions based on its Fusionfx platform, for $155 million.
Harris Corp. will assist the Army detect biological warfare agents as the result of a $9 million order for its high-frequency radios. They will be used by the Joint Biological Point Detection System, which detects and identifies biological warfare agents.
Harris Corp. will upgrade communications networks at 23 Army Medical Treatment facilities for the Army’s U.S. Information Systems Engineering Command under a one-year contract worth $10.6 million.
Harris Corp., Computer Sciences Corp., General Dynamics Information Technology and Cisco Systems are teaming to pursue an anticipated five-year, Navy Department contract to provide network transport services for the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) initiative.