Harris wins $397M contract for handheld military radios

Harris has won a two-year, $397 million contract from the Defense Department to furnish its Falcon III handheld tactical radio system, company officials said Oct. 22.

The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract for the AN/PRC-152 radios, accessories and training has a potential value of $712 million if two additional one-year options are exercised, the officials said.

The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command awarded the contract on behalf of DOD components.
Harris is one of two suppliers to receive new contracts in connection with the Consolidated Single-Channel Handheld Radio program, the officials said.

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