ManTech wins $322 million task order to provide field software, systems engineering support to U.S. Army

FAIRFAX, Va., 9 Feb. 2011. ManTech International Corp., a provider of technologies and solutions for mission-critical national security programs, won a task order under a Strategic Services Sourcing (S3) prime contract to support the operations of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Management Command’s Software Engineering Center Field Support Directorate. The award is valued at $322 million, with an initial period of performance of 12 months plus one additional option year.

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FAIRFAX, Va., 9 Feb. 2011. ManTech International Corp., a provider of technologies and solutions for mission-criticalnational security programs, won a task order under a Strategic Services Sourcing (S3) prime contract to support the operations of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Management Command’s Software Engineering Center Field Support Directorate. The award is valued at $322 million, with an initial period of performance of 12 months plus one additional option year.

ManTech will help the Army improve overall field software and systems support to warfighters, deploying field support representatives worldwide to support the Army’s evolving tactical command, control, communications, computer intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) efforts. The company also will provide software and systems engineering support for C4ISR and related battle command and management information systems connected to Army, joint, and coalition networks and infrastructures.

“As the complexity of these systems increases, it is imperative that our warfighters receive comprehensive, consistent support,” explains Louis M. Addeo, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s Technical Services Group. “The Field Support Directorate has developed an impressive worldwide infrastructure to support these systems and the warfighters that use them. ManTech is proud to be selected once again to play a part in this effort."

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