ManTech International Corp. has completed its $60 million cash acquisition of QinetiQ North America’s Security and Intelligence Solutions business.
ManTech International Corp. will purchase the assets of QinetiQ North America’s Security and Intelligence Solutions business for $60 million in cash.
ManTech International Corp. has received a five-year contract worth up to $10.8 million to support the Security Operations Center in the Agriculture Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
ManTech has added the title of chief operating officer to the presidents of its three operating units in a move to fill the hole left by the departure of COO Lawrence Prior, who joined BAE Systems.
ManTech International Corp. will help the Defense Department as DOD opens support facilities at Fort Meade, Md., a result of the Base Closure and Realignment process, under a five-year contract worth $23 million.
ManTech International Corp. will provide cybersecurity services to the FBI under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $99.5 million.
Lawrence Prior III has resigned as president and chief operating officer of ManTech International Corp. A brief ManTech statement today said only that Prior had submitted his resignation and ManTech had accepted it.
Lawrence Prior III, whose resignation as president and chief operating officer of ManTech International Corp. was announced today, is joining BAE Systems as executive vice president, according to a BAE announcement today.
Federal contracting abroad – often funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development –remains a fertile field for U.S. companies despite the economic recession of the past few years.
ManTech International has named Matthew Candy senior vice president for corporate development. He will be responsible for mergers and acquisitions and aligning them with the company’s growth objectives.
Investors are concerned about declining revenues from companies supporting the war efforts, says Bill Loomis, a managing director at Stifel Nicolaus.
ManTech International Corp. will take its analysis expertise abroad to assist NATO’s learning center in Portugal as a result of a five-year, $8.8 million contract.