The $500 million Electronic Records Archives project remains on track, program director Kenneth Thibodeau said last week.
Officials for the National Archives and Records Administration still expect to choose an ERA team in August, even though Harris' progress was delayed by last fall's hurricanes that hit Florida, where the company's Government Communications Systems Division facilities are located. A Harris-led team is competing with a group led by Lockheed Martin for the ERA project.
NARA officials have already completed their baseline review of the proposals, Thibodeau said.
"We're in a horse race, and we're happy with the deliverables we've been getting," he said, speaking Jan. 13 during a joint meeting of the National Capitol Chapter of the Association for Information and Image Management International and the Association of Information Management Professionals. "We're going to have a tough call. Both teams came out alive."