ManTech wins $128M DHS CBP task order

ManTech of Herndon, VA announced on April 8 a five-year $128 million Task Order to provide broad-based program management and engineering support to the Office of Acquisition for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP). In addition to procurement & engineering work, ManTech will assist in the development of ground sensors and radar, electro optical/infrared systems, signal and video processing, as well as airborne and space-borne sensing.

“ManTech will support acquisition functions as well as engineering capabilities and requirements to ensure the highest levels of performance executing CBP’s mission of safeguarding our nation’s borders,” said Kevin Phillips, ManTech president and CEO. “With our many years of experience in acquisition, systems engineering, program management and government contracting, ManTech will provide support to CBP in their mission of acquisition governance, oversight and procurement, as well as a wide range of engineering services across all CBP mission areas.”

The scope of this Task Order covers support areas including: acquisition governance; strategic planning; requirements analysis and development support; software engineering analysis; communications support for systems; and security engineering for multiple CBP offices.

Source: ManTech