ManTech International Corporation has secured an IT services contract with a Department of Defence agency that is worth a whopping $959 million. ManTech will now help manage information for the unidentified government organization’s agency. The Virginia based company won the contract that will see them help out the agency for a 10 year period. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract will cover managed services for the customer agency’s enterprise IT users worldwide.
“This important win reflects an intensive effort by ManTech in crafting a strategic approach that will deliver top quality Enterprise IT with speed, flexibility, and efficiency,” said Kevin M. Phillips, ManTech President, and CEO. “Our solutions will map best-in-class technology tailored to a wide range of applications, leverage new advances as they emerge, and evolve in step with mission growth and change.”
Earlier in March, ManTech secured a contract award from the U.S Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, to provide counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism support.
"At nearly $1.0 billion, the award represents a significant investment in IT modernization that will strengthen and secure infrastructure, networks, and end points, and reflects ManTech’s commitment to this agency’s critical missions," added Rick Wagner who recently joined the company as the president of ManTech’s Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions Group.