ManTech lands Army logistics contract

Tuesday - 10/19/2010, 8:40am EDT

The initial deal is for $23 million. But, ManTech has landed a contract that could be worth close to a half Billion dollars. The contract is with the Army to provide comprehensive global logistics services to the Army's Sustainment Command. That first $23 million will go for providing logistics for military units in the Pacific region. ManTech says the award is an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity follow-on to ManTech's Global Property Management Support Services contract. ManTech will help with left-behind equipment, pre-deployment training equipment, theater-provided equipment and supply support activity. It has a potential total value of $490 million.

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