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ManTech adds $23M Deal to NASA Work

NASA will continue to count on ManTech International engineering support, awarding the company a $23.3 million, five-year contact for engineering support services at its Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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NASA will continue to count on ManTech International engineering support, awarding the company a $23.3 million, five-year contact for engineering support services at its Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Fairfax-based ManTechs services include modeling, simulation and analysis of JPLs unmanned space flight programs, as well as risk assessment and problem failure reporting.

In addition to ManTechs ongoing work with NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the companys engineers and technicians have worked on Space Shuttle launches and on several Hubble Telescope repair missions.

ManTechs NeXolve subsidiary is currently developing a sunshield for NASAs James Webb Space Telescope, the Hubbles planned replacement.

Source: Washington Business Journal