ManTech wins $21M Persistent Cyber Training Environment award

On July 1, Herndon, VA-based ManTech announced that it has won a three-year $21 million Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) award from the Department of Defense to further enhance and integrate prototype capabilities of the U.S. Army’s Persistent Cyber Training Environment or PCTE.  

“Selection of ManTech for this latest stage of the prototype process demonstrates Army’s confidence in our Bringing Digital to the Mission across the full spectrum of PCTE requirements,” said Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech. “ManTech is the only government services contractor chosen to handle DevOps, Installation, and Tech Ops for simultaneously training American cyber warriors worldwide.”

Under the new OTA, ManTech will manage DevOps for software architecture and control plane development, installation of compute and storage capabilities, and Tech Ops for planning and execution of training that scales to serve thousands of cyber warriors simultaneously.

Source: ManTech