ManTech Named to Thomson Reuters' Top 100 Tech Companies List; Kevin Phillips Comments

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ManTech International has been included in Thomson Reuters' list of top 100 global technology companies recognized for their financial and operational performance.

Kevin Phillips, ManTech president and CEO, said in a statement published Wednesday the company is honored with the 2018 Top 100 Global Technology Leader recognition that seeks to acknowledge the company's efforts to deliver new technology platforms to intelligence, defense and federal civilian agency clients.

Thomson Reuters compiled the list through evaluation of top tech firms worldwide based on eight pillars of performance that include management and investor confidence; financial; legal compliance; reputation; environmental impact; people and social responsibility; risk and resilience; and innovation.

Forty-five percent of tech companies that made the list are based in the U.S., while the other 26 firms in the list are headquartered in Japan and Taiwan.

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