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L3Harris Gets $104M Navy Contract for Lot 17 Onboard Jamming Tech Production

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L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) has received a three-year, $104M contract to provide onboard jammer systems and weapons replacement assemblies to the U.S. Navy. The company will produce 35 lot 17 Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures OBJs and 27 WRAs under the firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, the Department of Defense said Friday.

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Christopher Kubasik: L3Harris to Continue Integration, Organic Growth Efforts

Christopher Kubasik President and COO L3Harris

Christopher Kubasik, president and chief operating officer of L3Harris Technologies and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, told the Washington Business Journal in an interview published Wednesday that the company will continue post-merger integration and advance organic growth initiatives and revenue synergies as it begins its second year of operations.

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EM’s Weekly Roundup: Leidos Acquires L3Harris’ Security Division; Wash100 Voting Ends June 1st; Executive Spotlight with Zscaler’s Stephen Kovac

Leidos Completes $1B Purchase of L3Harris’ Security Detection, Automation Businesses; Roger Krone Quoted Leidos has finalized its acquisition of L3Harris Technologies’ security detection and automation businesses for approximately $1 billion in cash, Leidos said Monday. The company also announced that Jim Moos, president of Leidos’ civil group, will oversee the acquired businesses. “In …

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Leidos Closes $1B Purchase of L3Harris’ Security Detection, Automation Businesses; Roger Krone Quoted

Roger Krone

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has finalized its acquisition of security detection and automation businesses of L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX) for approximately $1B in cash. Jim Moos, president of Leidos’ civil group, will oversee the acquired businesses, which operate with over 1,200 employees combined and provide automated tray return systems, airport screening products and other industrial automation platforms to customers in the government, critical infrastructure, transportation and aviation markets, Leidos said Monday.

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