ManTech International has won a $79 million task order to provide the U.S. Army network and communications engineering and installation for C4I systems (command, control, communications, computers).
The company said work under the potential one-and-a-half year option will also include records and property management, security and maintenance support.
“C4I interoperability is an important linchpin in the coordination between U.S. and coalition forces,” said Louis Addeo, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s technical services group.
Goals of the project include helping achieve C4I system interoperability in and out of the battlefield among U.S., coalition and allied forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The company received the order under the S3 contract, or Strategic Services Sourcing, to continue supporting the Army Communications Electronics Command’s software engineering center field support directorate.
Earlier this week, the company announced it won a $151.9 million C4ISR task order under the S3 vehicle.