ManTech Books $177M in Health Program Support Orders From DHA, Navy & Marine Corps; Matt Tait Quoted

Jeff Brody
Matt Tait

ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has reported three task order awards worth $177M combined to support  the Department of Defense’s civilian health care programs.

The company said Wednesday it will provide force health protection services and develop analytics-driven metrics for the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center in Virginia as part of a five-year, $84M order.

Under a separate $59.4M order, ManTech will help the Defense Health Agency update its Defense Medical Logistics–Enterprise Solution built to manage the care delivery supply chain that supports military personnel and their families. Work also includes DML-ES deployment services to Department of Veterans Affairs facilities.

The third order, valued at $33.5M over one year, calls for the company to update DHA’s Desktop to Data Center network infrastructure that works to monitor information technology assets and facilitate exchange of health-related data across the Military Health System.

Matt Tait, president of the mission solutions and services group at ManTech, said the company will work to provide integrated systems and leverage its Bringing Digital to the Mission strategy to ensure health care access for service members, veterans and family members.

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