ManTech wins $87M NAVSEA IT contract

On June 22, Herndon, VA-based ManTech announced that it has been awarded a five-year $87 million task order to provide advanced IT Software Research, Development and Engineering in support of the Navy Maritime Maintenance Enterprise Solution (NMMES) for the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) ship maintenance mission.

ManTech was awarded this contract under the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s (DoD IAC) Multiple Award Contract (MAC). DoD IAC MAC task orders are competitively awarded by the U.S. Air Force Installation Contracting Center (AFICC) for work at various U.S. military organizations.

“ManTech has supported NAVSEA for 35 years across the full spectrum of engineering requirements, with more than 10 years of direct support to the public shipyards and ship maintenance organizations where NMMES is employed,” said Andy Twomey, ManTech executive vice president and general manager, defense sector. “By Bringing Digital to the Mission with innovative solutions ranging from Robotic Process Automation to Agile DevSecOps software modeling and AI-automated cybersecurity, ManTech will improve the quality, integration and efficiency of the NMMES architecture to enhance ship maintenance operations and improve readiness for the Navy’s most critical surface and submarine platforms.”

The NMMES is the IT toolset used in the Navy’s ship maintenance and repair at its four public Naval shipyards: Norfolk, Portsmouth, Puget Sound and Pearl Harbor. ManTech’s work will leverage AI-generated automation and DevSecOps to accelerate cost-efficient software development cycle times, speeding maintenance activity access to the highest quality high-technology solutions with greater leverage on an expansive data library. ManTech’s extensive experience in full-spectrum cybersecurity for the U.S. Department of Defense will help ensure that all solutions developed and deployed are protected by military grade cyber.

Source: ManTech