Pentagon Awards Potential $476M Engineering, Comm. IDIQ; ManTech’s Bill Varner Comments

Bill Varner, ManTech

The Defense Department has named the awardees for its potential $476 million Omnibus Network Enterprise contract vehicle, Washington Technology reports.

ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) announced Tuesday it won a position on the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, one day after TASC announced its spot.

Bill Varner, ManTech’s mission,  cyber and technology solutions group president and chief operating officer said the company has a “strong team in place and look forward to upcoming task orders for this vehicle.”

According to Washington Technology, the awardees also include:

Companies will compete for task orders under the contract, which has one base year and four one-year options. Tasks include support services for:

  • systems engineering
  • testing and evaluation
  • enterprise architecture
  • security and program management

The Defense Information Systems Agency is the contracting authority.

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