Air Force awards ManTech $6.8 million contract

Air Force awards ManTech $6.8 million contract

The Air Force has awarded ManTech International Corp. of Fairfax, Va., a $6.8 million contract to support space control operations, the company announced this week.

The contract, awarded under the General Services Administration IT services schedule, has a six-month base period, with three one-year options.

For the Space Control Information and Mission Systems Support contract, ManTech will provide network support, operations and maintenance for the Air Force's 21st Space Wing, Colorado Springs, Colo.

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