ManTech receives Army contract worth up to $2.85 billion
- June 1, 2012
ManTech International Corp. has received a contract worth up to $2.85 billion to support the U.S. Army’s mine-resisted vehicles.
The contract, which will stretch over five years if all options are exercised, was awarded by the U.S. Army’s TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, which is a research and development organization for weapon systems.
Under the contract, ManTech will continue to assess repair battle-damaged and mechanical failures of mine-resistant, ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicles and provide upgrades and modifications. The information technology contractor will also mange supply and transportation support for route-clearance vehicle fleet, including demand analysis, warehouse operations and logistics data reporting.
Work will be performed in Afghanistan, Kuwait and other locations throughout the world.