ManTech [MANT] has received a five-year, $322 million task order to provide support services for the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA), the company said on Monday.

The deal, officially awarded on Sept. 3, is new work for ManTech and involved developing recommendations to the MCIA on technology application and policy development, as well as providing geospatial intelligence analytics.

“In today’s hybrid warfare environment, marked by the merger of conventional, irregular and cyber tactics, sophisticated intelligence capabilities are more critical than ever to safeguarding national security,” Matt Tait, ManTech’s president of mission solutions and services group, said in a statement. “By bringing digital to the mission, we will help ensure that action at the tactical edge is driven by focused intelligence in sync with strategic objectives.”

ManTech was awarded the contract under the DoD’s Information Analysis Center’s Multiple-Award Contract effort intended to advance science and technical information for decision-making processes. 

Technical recommendations to MCIA under the task order will also include enhancements to systems integration and cyber operations, according to ManTech.