ManTech gets Justice contract

ManTech International will support the Justice Department's National Drug Intelligence Center, providing services related to intelligence, documents, training and administration.

The contract spans one year with a second option year and could be worth as much as $19 million.

The company has been supporting the center in various ways since 1996, said Eugene Renzi, ManTech's executive vice president and president of the defense systems group.

"Drugs are a consistent threat to the quality of life in our country, and we are dedicated to supporting NDIC in their drug-fighting mission," Renzi said in a written statement.

NDIC provides information about drug use to policy-makers and law enforcement organizations.

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