ManTech International has secured a position on a potential 10-year, $50 billion governmentwide acquisition vehicle to provide information technology products and services to federal customers.
ManTech CEO Kevin Phillips said in a statement released Wednesday. the Alliant 2 contract’s emphasis aligns with the firm’s strategy to explore new technology designed to help agencies transform IT operations.
Phillips, a two-time Wash100 recipient, added the company will offer customer agencies access to multiple platforms to address their missions in the tactical and space areas.
The General Services Administration awarded 61 spots on the Alliant 2 vehicle in late 2017.
GSA listed the following IT services in the contract:
- Agile development
- Biometric identification
- Cloud computing
- Critical infrastructure protection
- Information assurance
- IT operations and maintenance
- IT outsourcing
- Health IT
- Open source integration and customization
- Software development