DOD hires ManTech for telecom work

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Officials at ManTech International Corp. announced that the company has received a $21 million contract from the Air Force to provide network and telecommunications services for military personnel in Europe.

The Fairfax, Va.-based company will support Air Force units in Italy, Turkey and Greece. The services will cover operational management of communication and real-time transmission systems, including control of systems, configurations and quality, according to an Aug. 19 ManTech statement.

The company's work on the one-year contact, which has five additional one-year options, also includes help-desk services, hardware maintenance and services in support of local- and wide-area networks, wireless equipment, routers and switches.

"We are prepared and committed to bring the highest level of excellence and dedication to the critical mission requirements of the program," said Eugene Renzi, president of ManTech's Defense Systems Group, in the statement.

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