ManTech JV to Provide Marines Warfighting Lab Engineering; Louis Addeo Comments

ManTech JV to Provide Marines Warfighting Lab Engineering; Louis Addeo Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Louis Addeo

A ManTech International joint venture has won a $23 million contract to provide engineering services for a U.S. Marine Corps laboratory that maps out the branch’s combat development process, the company announced Friday.

GenTech Partners, a partnership between ManTech and Genex, will also provide technical, analytical and business support services to the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory.

Louis Addeo, president and chief operating officer of the technical services group, said the laboratory helps the branch develop technology for future Marine Corps capabilities.

According to ManTech, the lab is responsible for developing a future vision and mapping future capabilities for the Marine Corps.

Established in 1995, the lab works with the Office of Naval Research and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

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