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ManTech International Corp. joins ISR Associate Partners Program

ManTech International Corp., a leading provider of innovative technologies and solutions for national security programs, has joined ISR's Associate Partners Program. ManTech will provide two scholarships per year for M.S. in Systems Engineering students and opportunities for mentorship in ISR's capstone systems engineering courses. In addition, the partnership opens up research collaboration opportunities for ManTech and ISR in areas of mutual interest.

ManTech's new partnership with ISR is part of a larger two-year partnership between ManTech and the University of Maryland to pursue advanced research in cybersecurity, including systems engineering and full spectrum computer network operations. The university and ManTech will engage students and faculty in a comprehensive research effort that explores ways to apply advanced cybersecurity techniques to evolving technologies associated with cloud computing and other developing trends, as well as emerging threats. The partnership also includes participation in the Maryland Cybersecurity Center's (MC2) Corporate Partners Program.

| Read the press release about ManTech's partnership with the University of Maryland |

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February 7, 2013


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