ManTech wins $130M to support national security

ManTech International, a provider of technologies and solutions for the intelligence and space communities, said it was awarded in April previously unannounced contracts valued at more than $130 million. The contracts, which include classified efforts valued at more than $100 million, vary in length and cover customers at federal government agencies.

The services and solutions ManTech delivers will support intelligence missions that help fight the war on terrorism, a news release states. They include the integration of commercial and government technologies with existing intelligence databases, systems integration and enterprise architecture development.

“April was another solid month of awards, which continues to demonstrate ManTech’s strategic positioning in growing intelligence and defense markets,” Robert Coleman, president and chief operating officer, said in the statement. “Our capabilities continue to be critical to supporting our customers’ national security missions.”

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.


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