$286.5M to ManTech for US Army Electronic Proving Ground Support

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ManTech International Corp. in Chantilly, VA won a 5-year, $286.5 million cost-plus-award-fee contract to provide scientific and engineering support services for the US Army Electronic Proving Ground (EPG) at Fort Huachuca, AZ. ManTech will support testing of command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I), navigation, and sensor systems for reliability, availability and maintainability, electromagnetic interference and compatibility, and security. The EPG, part of the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), is the Army’s primary test facility for C4I systems… The EPG is part of the US Department of Defense Major Range and Test Facility Base. EPG has access to the 76,000 acres of Fort Huachuca, as well as selected government and private land. EPG also has field offices at Fort Hood, TX, and Fort Lewis, WA. EPG’s remote location and environment free of radio-frequency interference make it well-suited for testing communications and electronic systems, including the developmental testing of C4I systems, unmanned aerial vehicles and navigation and avionics systems. During EPG’s 49 year history, it has tested most of the Army’s major C4I and electronic systems. Under the contract, ManTech will provide scientific, engineering, technical, administrative, maintenance, and logistics services. Other services may include instrumentation and hardware/ software-related development, as […]

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