ManTech supports Justice civil division under $16M contract

ManTech International has won a $16 million contract with the Justice Department to provide information technology support, strategic planning and training services.

Under this time and materials contract, ManTech International will provide IT support, strategic planning and training services to end users of the Justice Department's wide ranging systems, ManTech said in a release.

Specifically, ManTech will support the civil division's systems through a 24/7 service desk, software development, training and administration, the company said.

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