ManTech, DynCorp Highlight List of Most Military-Friendly Employers

ManTech and DynCorp landed on GI Jobs’ list of the “Top 100 Military-Friendly Employers” list – an event that is becoming common for both firms.

DynCorp placed 11th, up from 22nd last year, while ManTech took the No. 2 spot.

“We are extremely pleased to be recognized as one of the top military-friendly employers,” said ManTech President and CEO George J. Pedersen of the firm’s appearance on the list for the fifth consecutive year. “ManTech highly values the unique technical and leadership skills military veterans bring to the workforce, because they provide a strong foundation for careers that further support our nation’s security and prosperity. The contributions that these men and women have made to our nation’s security give them the knowledge and experience necessary to best support our defense and intelligence customers.”

DynCorp appeared on the list for the fourth year in a row.

“We are proud to make this list for the fourth year in a row and are extremely fortunate to have so many brave Americans who served their country now working at DI,” said Bob Lehman Jr., DI’s senior vice president for human resources. “The leadership qualities that these individuals bring to our company are invaluable and it is an honor to have them as colleagues.”

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