The contracts, totaling $17.1 million, call on Harris to help improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of eye-related injuries and diseases affecting active-duty service members and veterans.
On a $2.8 million contract, Harris will operate, maintain and enhance an eye injury and vision registry as a subcontrctor to Pelatron, Inc.
Harris previously designed, developed and deployed the registry.
On a five-year $14.3 million contract, the firm will fill the registry with medical record information and other documentation stemming from all service member eye injuries.
“As eye injuries rates on the battlefield remain high, the Defense and Veterans Eye Injury and Vision Registry is a critically important tool the effort to improve care for our service members and veterans,” said Jim Traficant, president of Harris healthcare.