The U.S. Veterans Affairs Department awarded Harris Corp. a $30 million contract to develop a centralized network monitoring system.
Harris wins VA contract for network monitoring
The 18-month, $30.5 million Enterprise Management Foundation Federated Data Repository contract has three option years, according to a Harris Corp. news release.
The Melbourne, Fla.-based communications and information technology company said the new system will allow the VA to better manage its computer network systems and find and fix problems.
"The EMF FDR project will help ensure that the VA systems serving our veterans with the best possible healthcare are online and ready to go at all times," Harris Healthcare President Jim Traficant said in the release. "Harris is providing the VA with the ability to quickly and seamlessly identify and solve system problems when they arise and maintain its invaluable service to our veterans."
Subcontractors include 4Points Technologies; 7 Delta; EM&I; ITKO; LSI; NIS Solutions; and Qbase, according to Harris Corp.
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