ManTech Receives $66M C4I, IT Support Order; Matt Tait Quoted

Matt Tait
Matt Tait

ManTech has received a $66M task order to help Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division personnel at Webster Outlying Field manage the life cycle of command, control, communications, computer, intelligence and information technology systems.

The company said Wednesday it will develop, engineer, test and evaluate platforms for NAWCAD WOLF's special communications mission solutions division.

Other services covered under the task order are research, integration, cybersecurity, installation, training, logistics and sustainment support.

Work will cover local- and wide-area networks, fixed and mobile radios, public safety systems, data centers, international satellites and other communications systems.

Matt Tait, president of ManTech's mission solutions and services group, said the company will work to help military customers digitally connect warfighters on the battlefield and inside hospitals amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The company has worked with SCMS on communications programs that support Naval Medical Center Portsmouth and the National Guard.

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