Harris gets $66 million radio order from US Army

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MELBOURNE, Fla. - Military contractor Harris Corp. said Friday that it received a $66.3 million order from the U.S. Army to provide multiband "manpack" radios to support the modernization of battlefield communications systems.

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Politics, and products that are combat and field proven. When you make good and reliable equipment that receives rave ratings...This is going to happen. Harris, as I understand makes great, reliable communication equipment.

But the Government needs to learn that bidding competition makes bidding go lower, saving the taxpayers and the U.S Governement millions. Competition, a competitive bidding process, as well as adequate and consecutive specs helps make for a better and more efficient product ; that is well with in spending costs. Don't let one company "Bidder" make a monopoly , and "get fat" off of a contract.

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Harris makes GREAT radios for the Military. Rockwell's GPS devices are also top notch.This is speaking from tested and proven experience in the sandbox.
 
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