Army CECOM raises Harris' tactical communications contract ceiling by $500 million

The Army Communications-Electronics Command has upped the ceiling value of its 2011 indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract with Harris RF Communications by $500 million.

The contract is part of the Foreign Military Sales program, which promotes coalition cooperation and interoperability. U.S. departments of State and Defense can leverage the contract to support international partners with tactical communication systems.

The contract enables these organizations to acquire from the entire Harris Falcon radio portfolio, including wideband solutions such as the RF-7800H high-frequency, RF-7800M multiband networking and RF-7800S secure personal radios, as well as Harris Unity and other land mobile radios for public safety and first responder communications.

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