ManTech wins $45 million ISR services task order

ManTech International Corp. has won a $45 million task order under its Strategic Services Sourcing prime contract to provide intelligence support to the Army Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command for the Distributed Common Ground System – Army, better known as DCGS-A.

The task order calls for ManTech to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance engineering, logistics and business operations support services to the DCGS-A. It has a one-year base and one option year.

"ISR is an important component of DCGS-A, providing invaluable information to the battlefield commander," said Louis M. Addeo, president and chief operating officer of ManTech's Technical Services Group. "ManTech provides the full spectrum of information technology support to DoD programs, and we will leverage that capability to help the DCGS-A program exploit ISR opportunities in the battle space."

Services include integration, test, fielding, software, systems engineering and architectural support for the DCGS-A’s objective architecture to ensure that all data modifications to the fusion brain and DCGS-A Standard Cloud are successful, ManTech said.

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