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ManTech Gets $28M to Support Army IED Capabilities in Iraq, Afghanistan

ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) has won a $28 million subcontract to provide logistics support to the U.S. Army’s product manager for the Improvised Explosive Device Defeat/Protect Force.

The company announced today that the subcontract was awarded by PD Systems Inc. It has an initial one-year performance period plus a base option and an additional two-year option.

ManTech will provide system integration, installation, troubleshooting and tracking for PM IEDD/PF and all equipment.

The company will perform contract work at more than 40 sites including locations in the U.S., Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Afghanistan and additional locations abroad.

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