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ManTech Secures $622M US Army DEVCOM Contract for C5ISR Center Support

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ManTech Secures $622M US Army DEVCOM Contract for C5ISR Center Support

ManTech has secured a five-year, $622 million task order to provide systems integration and sustainment capabilities to the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Center.

Under the task order, ManTech will provide collection management, cyber intelligence, electronic warfare, human intelligence, signals intelligence, biometrics and other analytics capabilities to the DEVCOM C5ISR Center. The contractor will also deliver software engineering, technology integration and common operating environments supporting the center’s Engineering and Systems Integration Directorate.

Work will enhance the center’s next-generation analytics, ManTech said.

David Hathaway, ManTech Defense Sector executive vice president and general manager and a 4×24 member, said the task order allows ManTech to enhance the C5ISR Center’s ability to assess and respond to changes and threats on and beyond the battlefield by delivering advanced solutions that benefit military decision-makers and warfighters.

The award builds on several tasks ManTech is delivering to the U.S. military.

In June, the Defense Information Systems Agency selected ManTech to design the zero trust reference architecture for the Department of Defense’s Zero Trust Government Laboratory. In February, ManTech secured a $28 million contract to support the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division’s Tower Acoustic Sensor program.

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