ManTech Wins $2.85B For Army MRAP Logistics, Tech Updates; Pedersen Comments

ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) has won a $2.85 billion contract from the U.S. Army  to continue logistics support for the Army’s mine resistant ambush protected vehicles.

The company said it won the five-year contract from TACOM Contracting Center for the MRAP support program, which the company has participated in since 2003.

This award, coupled with recent awards to operate and update FBI information technology systems and a governmentwide IT services contract through a National Institutes of Health office, is part of the company’s plan to grow in traditional and emerging markets, said CEO George Pedersen.

Work will include MRAP repairs and assessment, technology insertions, system integration, upgrades and modifications to address fleet operational readiness. 

Additionally, the effort covers supply management, transportation support, warehouse operations, demand analysis and logistics data reporting.

Work will occur at various locations across the U.S. and internationally in Afghanistan and Kuwait.

The company recently won a potential $77.9 million contract to operate and update FBI information technology systems.

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