ManTech reports $125M in contract wins

ManTech International captured contracts in October worth more than $125 million, according to the company.

The contracts, with various federal agencies, cover threat detection, data exploitation, visualization, counter-intelligence analysis and knowledge management. One project involves the integration and operational support of a technology facility supporting national security missions, the company said.

ManTech did not provide additional detail, citing the sensitive nature of the work.

Earlier this month, ManTech reported more than $570 million in new contract awards in its September quarter. Those awards included classified contracts worth more than $310 million, a National Drug Intelligence Center contract valued at $19 million, and a $34.9 million contact to design militarized products for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division.


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