ManTech to Build Cyberinfrastructure for Defense Agency Under $265M Contract; Adam Rudo Quoted

ManTech to Build Cyberinfrastructure for Defense Agency Under $265M Contract; Adam Rudo Quoted
Adam Rudo EVP ManTech

ManTech International (Nasdaq: MANT) has won a 42-month, $265M contract to help a Department of Defense component design, develop and deploy an operational infrastructure for cyber operators.

Work will involve the development of technology platforms to support the operations and deployed iterations of the Joint Common Access Platform, ManTech said Wednesday.

The company will also provide procurement support to the DOD agency under the hybrid contract.

“The award of JCAP validates our considerable subject matter expertise in cyber operations and showcases our ability to deliver mission-relevant capabilities to our customers,” said Adam Rudo, executive vice president and general manager of ManTech's intelligence sector, 

He added the company seeks to bring digital technology to military cyber missions through the project.

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