The Melbourne, Fla.-based communications and contracting firm will install Wi-Fi and real-time tracking systems at 26 sites.
Nearly 111 VA facilities do not have Wi-Fi that supports real-time tracking equipment and personnel, according to NextGov.
Harris will provide post-installation services, design services and equipment at four unnamed sites.
Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and North and South Dakota are planned locations for an initial Wi-Fi rollout, according to NextGov.
The company is also contracted to develop a joint electronic health records system for the VA and the Defense Department.
In October 2008, the VA awarded a contract to Catapult Technology for Wi-Fi installation at 236 hospitals and clinics.
However, officials said that thick concrete walls in older hospitals prevented the transmission of wireless signals and that more access points were needed.