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ManTech Launches Computer Forensics & Systems Engineering Internship Program; Damian DiPippa Quoted

Damian DiPippa

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 5, 2019 — ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) unveiled an eight-week summer internship program with the Academies of Loudoun in Virginia to deliver hands-on learning to students in the areas of systems forensics and engineering, ExecutiveBiz reported May 29.

The company said May 28 the Dominion Forensic Engineering and Development or DFEND program has an inaugural class of 20 senior high school and first-year college students, who will be trained to become potential reverse engineers or computer forensic analysts and provided access to mentors and laboratory resources.

Damian DiPippa, senior vice president and general manager of the mission and intelligence solutions business at ManTech, welcomed the participating students during their orientation on May 16 and described the company’s work around systems engineering to support U.S. national security.

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