ManTech International said that it has received a five-year, $286m contract from the US Army Electronic Proving Ground (EPG) at Fort Huachuca.
Under this contract, ManTech will support testing for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I), navigation, and sensor systems, electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility, and security.
ManTech said that it will provide services including scientific, engineering, technical, administrative, maintenance and logistics. Other services may include instrumentation and hardware/software-related development, as well as laboratory/testbed operations and special studies.
In addition, ManTech personnel will support EPG in Fort Huachuca; Yuma Proving Ground, AZ; Fort’s Hood and Bliss, TX; Fort Lewis, WA; Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; and White Sands Missile Range, NM. EPG is the army’s C4I developmental tester headquartered at Fort Huachuca.
Louis Addeo, president of ManTech Technical Services, said: “Our successful award on this program is the result of our exceptional teamwork and leadership, innovative network test tools and resource optimisation applications, and competitive cost structure. We look forward to putting our innovations and efficiencies to work for this critical component of the US Army testing community.”