Communications equipment maker
said it has been awarded a $3.7 million subcontract for the U.S. Air Force Joint Environmental Toolkit program as part of the team led by
Under terms of the JET Phase 2 subcontract, Harris is providing systems engineering, software development, testing, installation, and training services.
The Melbourne, Fla.-based company had been previously awarded a $1.2 million subcontract under Phase 1, bringing the total value of the subcontract to $4.9 million with a potential value of $23.9 million over 54 months. The immediate Phase 2 contract award to the Raytheon team is valued at $9.3 million, with a total potential value of $71 million over 54 months.
"Harris has been supporting the Air Force weather community for many years, so we are particularly pleased to be moving into the second phase of this program as part of the Raytheon team," the company said.
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