ManTech Wins $152M for Army C4ISR Teleconferencing, IT Support; Louis Addeo Comments

Louis Addeo

ManTech International Corp. (NYSE: MANT) has won a task order under the strategic services sourcing prime contract for continued comprehensive IT support of C4ISR systems for the U.S. Army‘s communications-electronics command‘s software engineering center’s field support division.

According to a ManTech statement, the task order is for $151.9 million and has a period of 12 months.

Louis M. Addeo, ManTech’s president and chief operating officer for the company’s technical services group, said that the company provides advanced IT and operations support for different U.S. government organizations around the world and that they are honored to continue support the Army’s C4ISR effort.

Under the contract, ManTech is expected to continue providing IT support for C4ISR systems as well as networks, communications, strategic and tactical video teleconferencing systems, databases, web-based applications and secure network sustainment support used by warfighters and supporting organizations.

The company is also tasked with providing direct unit operations support for all software and systems applications.

(Click Here to read previous news about the Army’s strategic services sourcing prime contract.)

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