ManTech Completes DDK Acquisition

Merger to Boost ManTech's Work at Defense Two companies that provide the federal government with information security services have become one. ManTech International has closed the deal to acquire DDK Technology Group, a contractor servicing the Defense Department's Naval Criminal Investigative Service. ManTech did not disclose the purchase price.

The privately held DDK, based in Lanham, Md., provides cyber intelligence analysis, computer and network forensics and counterterrorism/counterintelligence support and analysis. ManTech says all DDK employees have high-level security clearances, and expects the company to generate revenue of some $14 million this year. "This acquisition continues ManTech's focus on the high-end intelligence arena and expands our footprint in cybersecurity to NCIS," says ManTech CEO George J. Pedersen said in a statement announcing the merger.

ManTech, headquartered in Fairfax, Va., provides technologies and services for national security programs for the intelligence agencies; the departments of Defense, State, Homeland Security and Justice; NASA and other federal government agencies.


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