Harris Corp. wins potential $27 million contract supporting DISA's Multinational Information Sharing program

WASHINGTON, 19 June 2009. Harris Corp. won a potential five-year, $27 million contract to provide network and systems engineering, and other support services, for the Defense Information Systems Agency's Multinational Information Sharing (MNIS) Program Management Office. MNIS is a consolidated approach to ensuring seamless information sharing among U.S. forces and allied and coalition partners, says a representative.

WASHINGTON, 19 June 2009. Harris Corp. won a potential five-year, $27 million contract to provide network and systems engineering, and other support services, for the Defense Information Systems Agency's Multinational Information Sharing (MNIS) Program Management Office.

Harris is the sole subcontractor to EDS, an HP company, on the MNIS System Engineering/Technical Assistance (SETA) contract, awarded under Encore II. MNIS is a consolidated approach to ensuring seamless information sharing among U.S. forces and allied and coalition partners, says a representative.

The SETA contract has a one-year base period with four, one-year options. Harris will provide network and system engineering, program management, acquisition, configuration management, and strategic planning support. Prior to this, Harris provided systems engineering and integration services for seven years to the MNIS Program Management Office and its predecessor organization, Advanced Information Technology Systems - Joint Program Office.

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