ManTech books $322M Marine Corps intell support order
- By Ross Wilkers
- Sep 17, 2019
ManTech International has booked a five-year, $322 million task order for technical and other services to the Marine Corps’ main intelligence hub.
In a release Monday, ManTech said it won the order through the Defense Department’s massive IAC-MAC contract vehicle for broad technology research-and-development services. ManTech is one of 15 companies that were selected last year for the potential $28 billion vehicle’s unrestricted track.
The company will support the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, which is the service branch’s primary support and coordination center intelligence operations.
Herndon, Virginia-based ManTech’s main areas of focus will include potential improvements to IT, process and policy; systems integration; cyber services; and geospatial intelligence analytics.
Awardees of the Information Analysis Center Multiple-Award Contract compete for task orders in work areas DOD sees as supporting the advancement of scientific and technical information across the military.
The Air Force awards all IAC-MAC task orders.
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