ManTech has won a 5-year, $57 million contract from Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane to develop technology solutions that support advanced expeditionary weapon systems for U.S. Special Operations Command.
ManTech won this contract under the Defense Department’s Information Analysis Center’s multiple-award contract vehicle.
“Our mission is to deliver state-of-the-art, next generation technology solutions that enhance the capabilities of all NSWC-managed SOCOM platforms,” said David Hathaway, executive vice president and general manager of ManTech’s defense sector.
NSWC Crane manages the research, development, prototyping, acquisition, test, evaluation and delivery of expeditionary weapon systems for SOCOM Program Manager-Special Operations Force Lethality.
“We are proud to support SOCOM forces with world-leading technology solutions that help ensure real-time mission success in every conceivable environment, challenge and domain,” Hathaway said.
Under this task order, ManTech is developing next-generation integrated weapon systems and ISR capabilities for manned and unmanned air, ground, surface, subsurface and maritime mobility platforms.
SOCOM systems and associated subsystems that will benefit from the program include: weapons ammunition; optics; validation equipment; production equipment; and sensor and fire control systems. The program also will deliver quick-reaction and engineering analyses for total life-cycle management of expeditionary weapon systems.
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