ManTech Gets OTA for Army Cyber Training Environment; Kevin Phillips Quoted

ManTech Gets OTA for Army Cyber Training Environment; Kevin Phillips Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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The Department of Defense has awarded ManTech International a potential three-year, $21M other transaction agreement to further develop and incorporate prototype capabilities for the U.S. Army's Persistent Cyber Training Environment.

ManTech said Monday it will oversee DevOps for control plane development and software architecture, Tech Ops for training planning and execution and installation of storage and computing capabilities in support of cyber warriors under the OTA.

“Selection of ManTech for this latest stage of the prototype process demonstrates Army's confidence in our Bringing Digital the Mission across the full spectrum of PCTE requirements,“ said Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech and a 2019 Wash100 winner.

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