ManTech wins job for Army Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab

FAIRFAX, Va., 9 May 2005. ManTech International Corp. announced today that it has received two task orders under the U.S. Army Space Technology Applications and Research Support (STARS) contract with a total value of $19 million.

FAIRFAX, Va., 9 May 2005. ManTech International Corp. announced today that it has received two task orders under the U.S. Army Space Technology Applications and Research Support (STARS) contract with a total value of $19 million.

Under one task order for $10 million, ManTech will support the Army Space and Missile Defense Battle Lab. Services include architectural, ergonomic, and technology design, renovation, procurement and systems integration of the Joint Functional Component Command Integrated Missile Defense Operations Center and Staff Support Area. The Joint Functional Command is located at Schriever Air Force Base, Falcon, Colo.

The second STARS task order, which ManTech is already working on, is valued at $9 million. ManTech is upgrading the Defense Information Systems Agency, Joint Task Force Global Network Operations center and combat support area. ManTech efforts involve architectural, ergonomic, audio-visual, and information technology systems design, renovation and integration. The Joint Task Force is located in the Washington, D.C. area.

"Command and operational centers are very sophisticated systems and we have significant experience and expertise in providing systems integration, enterprise architecture design and technology design," said Jay W. Kelley, president of ManTech Space Systems.

ManTech Space Systems, Colorado Springs, Colo., will perform the STARS work as part of the BAE Systems North America, STARS team.

Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., ManTech International Corp. is a provider of technologies and solutions for mission-critical national security programs for the intelligence community and the departments of Defense, State, Homeland Security, and Justice. ManTech's expertise includes systems engineering, systems integration, technology and software development, enterprise security architecture, information assurance, intelligence operations support, network and critical infrastructure protection, information technology, communications integration and engineering support.

The company supports the advanced telecommunications systems that are used in Operation Iraqi Freedom and in other parts of the world; provides the physical and cyber security to protect U.S. embassies all over the world; has developed a secure, collaborative communications system for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; and is helping the Department of Justice's U.S. Marshals Service deploy a common, office automation system. For more information, see www.mantech.com.

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