Harris Corp to deliver IT solutions and services to National Institutes of Health

Infotech Lead America: Harris Corporation has won a contract from the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center to participate in the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ), government-wide acquisition contract vehicle.


The upper size of the contract is $20 billion over 10 years. Harris was one of 54 companies selected to provide a range of IT services to federal customers.


Under the follow-on contract, Harris will deliver IT solutions and services for up to 10 categories of support: IT services for biomedical research and healthcare, chief information officer support, imaging, outsourcing, operations and maintenance, integration services, critical infrastructure protection and information assurance, digital government, enterprise resource planning, and software development.


Harris has delivered over $140 million in IT services and support under the predecessor Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners contract vehicle.


“This contract enables our healthcare business to address the national priority of healthcare reform, leveraging the full value of Harris in our work with the National Institutes of Health, other Department of Health and Human Services entities, and the Department of Veterans Affairs,” said Dan Pearson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Harris Corporation.


The Harris team includes subcontractors 3M Company, Asclepius Solutions, Audacious Inquiry, Global Technology Solutions, InfoPro Systems, Johns Hopkins Department of Radiology, Knowledge Consulting Group, Main Sail, Siemens Medical Solutions, SONA Networks, Stratitia, The Experts, The Regents Companies, Vets America, and XA Systems.


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