ManTech books $128M CBP task order

ManTech International has booked a potential five-year, $128 million task order for program management and engineering services to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the company said Monday.

CBP is seeking to update technology systems that include ground sensors, radars, electro optical/infrared systems, signal and video processing tools, plus airborne and space-born sensors.

The company’s services will support CBP functions such as acquisition governance, strategic planning, requirements analysis, development support, software engineering, communications support and security engineering.

CBP awarded the order via the General Services Administration’s “OASIS” contract vehicle for professional services to federal agencies.

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