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ManTech Pens $190 Million BPA

ManTech (NASDAQ: MANT) won a prime contract to cover work for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Director Developmental Test and Evaluation, to provide engineering and test and evaluation services.

The BPA carries a one-year base term and four option years for a total potential value of $190 million.

“ManTech has extensive experience providing independent, unconflicted test and evaluation services, ” Terry Ryan, president and chief operating officer of the firm’s Systems Engineering and Advanced Technology group, said. “We look forward to supporting the OSD T&E mission, helping to ensure the systems our U.S. warfighters rely on are ready to meet their needs.”

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