Harris details radio support contract
Harris Corporation has received a five year, $403 million IDIQ contract to deliver tactical radio spares and components to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) land and maritime and the US Army Communications-Electronics Command. The contract, which is a continuation and expansion of previous contracts with the DLA, was announced on 13 February.
Brendan O'Connell, president, tactical communications, Harris Communication Systems, said: 'This continuation contract allows the US Army to sustain superior tactical communications technology and extends Harris' legacy of providing the most advanced solutions to meet our customers' mission critical communications needs.'
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