ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has received a potential six-year, $668M task order to provide cybersecurity services to Group E federal agencies under the new iteration of theÂ Department of Homeland Securityâs Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program.
The General Services Administration awarded the task order through CDMâsÂ Dynamic and Evolving FederalÂ Enterprise Network DefenseÂ program, ManTech said Wednesday.
âManTech has played a strategic role in the CDM program for over three years, supporting more than 65 agencies in both Phases 1 and 2, and weâre honored to continue supporting the CDM programâs critical role in defending federal networks,â said Kevin Phillips, ManTech president and CEO.
Rick Wagner, president of ManTechâs mission, cyber and intelligence solutions group, said the company is excited to help government clients secure their missions against cyber threats and implement cyber capabilities through the CDM program.
Group E agencies include the departments of Education and Housing and Urban Development, Environmental Protection Agency, Small Business Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the National Science Foundation.
“AÂ lot of the work on the contract [is] going to get done through the request for service process. We’re working with the government now to understand their forecasts there,” Dan Smith,Â vice president of ManTechâs federal security solutions division, told ExecutiveBiz Wednesday.
Smith added that the company is also working on a shared services platform for Group F agencies.
DHS and GSAâs federal systems integration and management centerÂ oversee CDM DEFEND, a potential $3.4B acquisition strategy that aims to help agencies reduce cyber threat surfaces and achieve cost savings for cyber tools and capabilities.
The announcement came weeks afterÂ Booz Allen HamiltonÂ (NYSE: BAH) won the $1.03B Group D task order and two months after CGIâsÂ (NYSE: GIB) federal business received a potential $530M cyber task order in support of Group C agencies.
CACI InternationaIÂ (NYSE: CACI) won a potential $407M task order in June to provide CDM support services to Group A agencies.