ManTech International Corp. has received a two-year Army task order worth $22.6 million for a variety of software engineering services.
ManTech International Corp. has won a $17.5 million Navy award that calls for a range of IT services under a previously awarded indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.
Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.
ManTech International Corp. has named retired Army Gen. Daniel Keefe senior vice president for strategic initiatives in its Technical Services Group.
ManTech International Corp. saw its fourth-quarter 2010 revenues reach $697.9 million, a 29 percent increase from $542.1 million in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2009.
ManTech International Corp. has received a three-year task order with a potential value of $6.2 million to support the U.S. Military Group Colombia and the AFSOUTH Air Operations Coordination Cell in that South American nation.
ManTech International Corp. has acquired TranTech Inc., an Alexandria, Va., provider of information technology, networking and cybersecurity services to the federal government. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
ManTech International Corp. will continue providing logistics sustainment and support for the U.S. military's Mine Resistant Ambush Protected family of vehicles under a one-year, $488 million award.
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ManTech International Corp. has won a four-year, $45 million task order from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division for engineering and technical assistance.
ManTech International Corp. will provide engineering, technical and administrative support to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s naval aircraft and systems under a five-year contract worth $57 million.
ManTech International Corp. will help protect and secure the FBI’s classified communications infrastructure from domestic and foreign cyber threats by providing cybersecurity services under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $10.5 million.