Marines with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment training at Twentynine Palms, Calif. (Photo: Sgt. Cuong Le, USMC)


Marine Corps awards $104M contract for vehicle C4I services

ManTech International has booked a pair of contract awards worth roughly $104.5 million combined for engineering and integration services on Marine Corps ground vehicles.

The first contract has a potential $82 million value over up to five years for systems engineering, software integration and acquisition management support services.

This work covers implementation of so-called “C4I” functions -- command, control, communications, computers and intelligence -- on ground combat vehicles.

ManTech received the contract through the Navy’s Seaport-e contract vehicle for professional services.

Under the second $22.5 million award, ManTech will perform design upgrades and other lifecycle management work on tactical vehicles. This work focuses on safety and protection measures, fuel efficiency and performance in all driving conditions.

Vehicles covered under this contract include light, medium and heavy tactical vehicles; legacy wheeled vehicle systems; and ancillary equipment.

ManTech received the second contract as a task order through the Defense Systems Technical Area Task multiple-award vehicle, which is managed by the Defense Department’s Information Analysis Center.

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