ManTech President George Pedersen Receives Award

President and CEO of ManTech George J. Pedersen has received the 2011 Eagle Award from Federal Computer Week magazine.

In particular, Pedersen's role in ManTech's growth last year was highlighted as one of the biggest accomplishments in the federal government IT. Pedersen was responsible for ManTech's acquisition of Sensor Technologies, S&IS and MTCSC. The acquisitions expanded ManTech's workforce by 8,000, making the firm's total workforce 10,000 strong.

Pedersen said he was honored to receive the Eagle Award, and thanked the thousands of ManTech employees who helped contribute to the company's growth.

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