ManTech wins Army work

ManTech International Corp. officials announced today that the company will get $10 million in work from Army Strategic Command's Space and Missile Defense Initiatives Support II contract.

The company will provide support in information operations, intelligence and security. The Fairfax, Va.-based company works with Dynetics Inc. in Huntsville, Ala., on the contract, according to a ManTech statement released today.

Army Strategic Command Space and Missile Defense awarded in June a $245 million contract to industry teams led by Dynetics, CAS Inc. and COLSA Corp. The five-year deal covers engineering and technical services, according to a statement on the command's Web site.

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