Posted by Ross Wilkers on October 31, 2012 ? Leave a Comment?
ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) will provide technical and operations support services for the Defense Commissary Agency?s worldwide information applications, the company announced Wednesday.
The company won a potential five-year, $25 million task order through the General Services Administration?s IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle.
?DeCA operates about 250 DoD commissaries with approximately 15,000 employees, all supported by a variety of information systems accessed by 5,500 computers worldwide,? said Louis Addeo, president and chief operating officer of the company?s technical services group.
Addeo also said the company will use its information technology and software engineering experience worldwide to give DeCA a resource for its work with military and families.
Work covered under this task order includes program management, software maintenance, integration, application migration and updates.
The company will also provide deployment services for existing DeCA information applications including ordering, receiving and financial systems.
ManTech recently won a potential $151.9 million task order from the Army to provide information technology support for C4ISR systems (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance).