Harris wins $43M contract to continue data management

Harris Corp. has won a five-year $43 million contract to continue its support of the National Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Research.

Under the contract, Harris will provide data volume capacity expertise to include data management, quality assurance and control, clinical audit and monitoring clinical trials for safety and compliance as well as research databases and systems enhancement.

This contract is a follow-on contract that continues Harris’ nearly 35-year relationship with the Institute, Carl D’Alessandro, president of Harris Critical Networks said in a release.


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