Up to $820M to Support US Counter-Mine SystemsAug 24, 2008 19:29 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
Mantech Telecommunications and Information Systems Corp. in Chantilly, VA received a $106 million time & materials contract for one lot of “route clearance equipment contractor logistics support services” in Iraq and Afghanistan (W56HZV-08-C-0516). ManTech International Corporation’s release describes the award as having a value of up to $820 million over its 1-year base and its two 6-month option periods. There was one bid solicited on March 15/08, and one bid was received by US Army TACOM in Warren, MI. Actual program support is connected to the Army’s Project Manager (PM), Force Protection and PM Assured Mobility Systems.
ManTech has been maintaining US Army maintain counter-mine systems and equipment since 2003, including mine detection systems, mine retrieval systems, and medium and heavy mine protected vehicles. Services include managing the field personnel, parts analysis and purchases; and field logistics and maintenance management. ManTech also provides system training and curriculum support, resource management, and acquisition and administrative support.