ManTech scores two contracts worth $275 million
- By David Hubler
- Aug 01, 2008
ManTech International Corp. has won two federal information technology contracts totaling $275 million.
Under a five-year, $151 million task order, ManTech will provide IT support to the Naval Sea Systems Command. The performance-based task order, awarded under the NAVSEA Seaport Enhanced contract, calls for ManTech to assist the Navy's Ship Maintenance and Logistics Support Information Systems Program in developing life-cycle planning, documentation, program management and control, testing, training and deployment.
The SeaPort-e contract program provides a standardized means of issuing competitive solicitations among a large and diverse community of approved federal contractors, as well as a platform for awarding and managing performance-based task orders.
The task order is part of the re-engineering of NAVSEA IT corporate systems. The Navy will improve function and reduce costs by employing common system standards, processes and development methodology, along with shared resources and infrastructure, ManTech officials said.
ManTech Systems Engineering Corp., a subsidiary of ManTech, of Lexington Park, Md., will perform the work, primarily in the Norfolk, Va., region.
Under a five-year, $124 million contract, ManTech will assist the State Department's Bureau of Information Resource Management Program Management and Analysis Directorate in modernizing the department's worldwide computer networks.
The program is designed to help ensure State has the necessary tools for modern communications, collaboration, knowledge management and data sharing.
ManTech is designing and assisting in the procurement of the latest software and hardware technologies including servers, switches, workstations and network printers. The contract also calls for the company teams to install the new systems at State embassies and other facilities worldwide.
Mantech, of Fairfax, Va., ranks No. 36
on Washington Technology's 2008 Top 100 list
of the largest federal government prime contractors.
David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.