ManTech Wins Marine Corps SIAT Support Contract
HERNDON, Va. — U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command’s Systems Engineering, Interoperability, Architecture and Technology (SIAT) office has awarded ManTech International Corp. a five-year $21 million task order for systems engineering, interoperability, architecture and technology support on the Department of Defense Information Analysis Center’s (DoD IAC) Defense Systems Technical Area Task (DSTAT) Multi-Award Contract (MAC), ManTech said in a July 18 release.
Under the new agreement, ManTech will help SIAT enhance integration and interoperability across USMC, naval, joint and Department of Defense systems programs. ManTech will also provide detailed systems engineering analysis, establish technical policies and guidance across the Command, and manage technical investigation and planning for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF).
The DoD IAC serves as a bridge between the warfighter and the acquisition community, offering an enhanced research base of Scientific and Technical Information and flexible MACs.
“ManTech is extremely pleased to contribute to an improved warfighter experience by delivering proven engineering and technical capability supporting the Marine Corps’ mission,” said Daniel J. Keefe, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s Mission Solutions & Services Group. “ManTech is proud to hold a prime contract on the DSTAT, and to be part of the IAC’s mission to help provide innovative analysis and enhance the DoD’s science and technical base.”
Headquartered in Quantico, Va., SIAT is the lead technical authority for all Marine Corps ground weapons and information technology systems programs, and ensures Marine systems interoperability with coalition and joint forces. MAGTF provides systems for tactical communications, networking and satellite communications, command and control, integration and interoperability and situational awareness.