Mission-focused technology solutions and services provider ManTech has secured a new contract, valued at $959m, for the delivery of Enterprise information technology (IT) solutions to a US Department of Defense (DoD) agency.
The single-award, managed services, indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a period of performance of ten years and will help support users of the US DoD agency across the globe.
ManTech president and chief executive officer Kevin M. Phillips said: “This important win reflects intensive effort by ManTech in crafting a strategic approach that will deliver top quality Enterprise IT with speed, flexibility and efficiency.
“Our solutions will map best-in-class technology tailored to a wide range of applications, leverage new advances as they emerge, and evolve in step with mission growth and change.”
ManTech’s Enterprise IT solutions can be used to measure the speed, efficiency, accuracy and security of systems to ensure that its clients receive the most value for money from new IT and networks.
ManTech Mission, Cyber and Intelligence Solutions Group president Rick Wagner said: “At nearly $1bn, the award represents a significant investment in IT modernisation that will strengthen and secure infrastructure, networks and end points, and reflects ManTech’s commitment to this agency’s critical missions.”
The company focuses on providing a complete range of IT / information systems services and facilities to its customers in a process-driven environment.
In addition, ManTech has been selected by the General Services Administration as one of up to 60 firms to receive the $50bn Alliant 2 Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) for IT modernisation.