ARMY

ManTech takes $133.4M Army intelligence command contract

ManTech International has won a $133.4 million contract to supply analytical support services to the Army Intelligence and Security Command.

Known as INSCOM, the command works on a variety of intelligence and communications missions for the Army, joint forces, coalition partners and the U.S. intelligence community.

Under the contract, ManTech will supply people, equity and services that support Army intelligence, security and information operations.

Contractor personnel will conduct analytical work, cyber and forensic services as well as technology protection, intelligence analysis and computer science analysis, according to an FBO.gov announcement.

The contract was issued as a task order under Global Intelligence Support Services, a $7.2 billion multiple-award vehicle held by ManTech and 23 other companies.

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