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ManTech Picks Up $100 Million Cybersecurity Deal, Bill Varner Comments

ManTech (NASDAQ:MANT) was a awarded a deal from Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Security Division, to support cybersecurity services for the FBI. The contract has a five-year period of performance with total value of $99.5 million.

According to the firm, “ManTech will provide 24/7 cybersecurity support, including intrusion-detection monitoring, security engineering, incident identification and response, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, cyber-threat analysis, and specialized cyber training services. ManTech will use ISO 9001-compliant security processes and will introduce new security technologies to reduce the risks associated with cyber threats.”

“Based on our long experience in cybersecurity and supporting the FBI, we understand the significant role of this effort to the FBI’s mission and to national security, ” said L. William Varner, president, ManTech’s Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions group. “We look forward to supporting the FBI with world-class cyber security capabilities to further enhance its preparedness and ability to respond to internal and external cyber threats.”

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