FBI awards ManTech $220 million contract to protect mission-critical information systems
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has awarded ManTech International Corporation a contract to provide enterprise IT infrastructure support to the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) division, Herndon, VA-based ManTech announced April 25. CJIS equips law enforcement, national security, and the Intelligence Community with the criminal data and information systems needed to protect the United States, while preserving civil liberties.
Valued at $220 million, this cost-plus-award-fee contract ensures the continuation of many years of successful support to the FBI’s CJIS division as an incumbent and expands ManTech’s expertise to aspects of work previously supported by another contractor.
“This win increases ManTech’s footprint and continued commitment to quality infrastructure support at the CJIS division in West Virginia,” remarked L. William Varner, president of ManTech’s Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Group. “We look forward to providing the best possible resources to one of our largest FBI programs. Ultimately, ManTech will help CJIS meet its key requirement of processing and sharing mission-critical information with members of the law enforcement community in the United States and abroad.”
ManTech will provide essential and mission-critical services to the CJIS portfolio of Justice and Public Safety Systems, collectively known as Systems of Services (SoS). These systems are largely responsible for supporting daily public safety and intelligence functions by delivering information on demand.
According to Varner, this business growth is a testament to the talented team that ensures that the latest technologies and systems are interoperable, integrated, and protected from both internal and external threats.