ManTech Wins $847 Million U.S. Army Contract for Vehicle Operations and Engineering Maintenance Support (VEMOS)

The U.S. Army has awarded ManTech International Corporation (Nasdaq:MANT) an $847 million task order for Vehicle Engineering Maintenance and Operations Support (VEMOS). This effort was awarded under the GSA OASIS MA-IDIQ and will be managed by FEDSIM. Under the 5-year agreement, ManTech will provide a wide range of sustainment support services (operational engineering and logistics support) globally for some 25,000 vehicles including the Army's Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, or MRAPs.

"ManTech's support of the U.S. Army's VEMOS initiative is an integral component to safeguarding the lives of America's fighting men and women, and ensuring the success of their missions," said Daniel J. Keefe, president and chief operating officer of ManTech's Mission Solutions and Services Group.

"In 14 years of continuous service, ManTech has set the standard for operational, engineering and logistics support for U.S. Army MRAP vehicles, and sustained a 96 percent operational readiness rate ensuring these vital assets were consistently available for critical missions," Keefe added. "The ManTech name is synonymous with rapid response to evolving mission requirements, high operational readiness, lower costs, and secure, efficient management of government assets. We're proud to have the opportunity to continue our worldwide support to the U.S. military for these vehicles and supporting systems."

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