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ManTech Lands on Energy Dept.’s ‘SunShot’ Project

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected ManTech (NASDAQ: MANT) secured a prime contract from the Department of Energy to “provide scientific, engineering and technical support assistance services for the department’s SunShot Initiative.”

The 17-month contract is valued at about $4 million.

Terry M. Ryan, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s Systems Engineering and Advanced Technology group, said, “ManTech has extensive experience providing traditional SETA support services to our current customers. We look forward to supporting DOE, a new customer for ManTech, and their advancement of cost-competitive solar energy technologies. Most of all, we are honored to be a part of an effort that promises to help the nation develop renewable energy and export that technology to the rest of the world.”

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