ManTech Awarded Portion of $1.1 Billion DOJ Contract
ManTech International Corp., a Fairfax, VA-based provider of mission critical solutions for national security programs, said that it has been awarded a portion of a $1.1 billion contract to provide the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) with IT support services.
The Information Technology Support Services (ITSS-4) contract, which initially runs from March 9, 2011 through September 30, 2011, carries six option years, will enable the DOJ to access resources to support its IT infrastructure for cyber defense, intelligence and counterintelligence, law enforcement, administration, incarceration, grants management, and criminal and civil litigation, officials said.
ManTech said that it will provide the DOJ with systems development IT planning, engineering, development and testing, programming and integration, conversions, interoperability verification and testing, cyber security, technology infusion, continuity of operations and other technology services.
"ManTech is a longstanding partner to the U.S. Department of Justice, supporting key mission areas including intelligence, cyber security, secure networking, IT sustainment operations and other security services," said L. William Varner, ManTech president and chief operating officer, Mission, Cyber and Technology Solutions group.