Harris Corp. to provide technical services to U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command

WASHINGTON, 13 Oct. 2009. Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, won a potential three-year, $7.5 million contract to provide technical and support services -- including information assurance, development testing, configuration management, and training -- for the U. S. Air Force Air Mobility Command's (AMC) command and control systems.

WASHINGTON, 13 Oct. 2009. Harris Corp., an international communications and information technology company, won a potential three-year, $7.5 million contract to provide technical and support services -- including information assurance,development testing, configuration management, and training -- for the U. S. Air Force Air Mobility Command's (AMC) command and control systems.

Systems and programs within the command and control structure include the Advanced Computer Flight Plan, L-Band Satcom, Commercial Operations Integrated System, Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System, Global Air Transportation Execution System, Worldwide Port System, Global Command and Control System, and Global Decision Support.

Harris is among three subcontractors to Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) on the Applications Infrastructure and Systems Support (AISS) contract.

The AISS contract has a three-month base period with three, one-year options. Harris will lead architecture planning and design, information assurance, and network support. Prior to this award, Harris provided information systems and development support for command and control, and business systems for AMC.

"AISS ensures that America's critical military transportation systems are efficient, secure and provide our nation's military forces with the support they need in today's military environment," says Mike Deloney, vice president, Air Force Programs, Harris IT Services.

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