ManTech nabs $39.6M contract to support Navy logistics program

ManTech Systems Engineering Corp. has won a $39.6 million contract to support the Navy Ship Maintenance and Logistics Information Systems, or SIMLIS program.

The base value of this contract is $8.9 million.

The SIMLIS program is intended to provide support to the Navy in the areas of lifecycle planning, documentation, program management and control, application development, testing and training.

Under the contract, ManTech will provide engineering support in the areas of information technology life cycle planning, operations and sustainment, documentation, program management, application technical refresh, testing, training, and deployment, the Defense Department said in a release.

Work will be performed in Norfolk, Va., Mechanicsburg, Pa., Rocket Center, W.Va., Kittery, Maine, Washington, D.C., San Diego, Calif., Fairfield, Calif., Mayport, Fla., and Indian Head, Md., and is expected to be completed by May 2015.

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