Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech International, has said he thinks the company’s clients, capabilities and portfolios continue to align with the current administration’s budget priorities, CRN reported Wednesday.
“We are seeing customers apply strong focus within the space and cyber domains with both policy and execution,” he told investors Wednesday at the company’s earnings call for the second quarter of 2018.
“These efforts feed more broadly towards supporting both national security and national defense strategies.”
Phillips mentioned the company’s investments in engineering, systems, workforce, business development and acquisitions to further support growth and the potential impact of a stopgap measure on the government contracting sector.
“There’s a potential for fiscal 2019 to begin under a continuing resolution, which could have a slight impact on the timing of new contract awards for the industry,” he added.
He also cited the recent contracts won by the company, including a potential 10-year, $959 million contract with a Defense Department agency for managed information technology services.