ManTech books DHS program management task orders

Company to support DHS' science, technology directorate

ManTech International has won a pair of task orders worth up to $18 million combined for program management and technical services to the Department of Homeland Security.

The company will work with the capability development support group within DHS’ Science and Technology directorate to conduct business operation assessments and analyses of programs.

Work will also encompass oversight and guidance of test and evaluation activities across DHS.

DHS awarded the orders through the Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance II contract vehicle and both contain options.

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