Harris wins $450M contract to support DISA crisis management system

Harris Corp. has won a potentially $450 million single award contract to provide systems engineering and program management services for DISA’s crisis management system.

DISA’s crisis management system provides government leaders with video and voice communications, powered by a secure, high-performance network, enabling senior government officials to exchange information for decision making during emergency situations, the company said in a release.

The company will provide 24/7 on-call, on-site corrective maintenance for all related hardware and software components.

Engineering support will include design, development, integration, test, installation, training, and documentation for all enhancements to the system, the company said in a release.

Harris has supported the crisis management system since 2004, it said.

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