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.
Harris Corp. has won a four-year, $19 million contract from the state of Florida to implement a statewide health information exchange infrastructure that is designed to improve the delivery and coordination of health care.
The Small Business Administration has suspended EG Solutions and MultimaxArray FirstSource until they can address accusations of acting as fronts to pass small-business work to large company subcontractors.
Harris Corp. will provide IT infrastructure support to the Army Materiel Command headquarters at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala., under a three-year, $77 million contract from the National Capital Region Contracting Center.
Harris Corp. will continue to provide technical assistance to the Air Force under a two-year, $15 million follow-on award under the Network-Centric Solutions contract.
Harris Corp. will continue to support State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs’ upgrade of IT services in option year worth $40 million.
Harris Corp. will pay approximately $397.5 million to purchase Schlumberger GCS, a provider of global communication services to a wide range of customers in more than 50 countries.