ManTech [MANT] said on Wednesday it was awarded a five-year $920 million task order to modernize sensors for Navy maritime reconnaissance and patrol aircraft in late 2019.

Last week, during a quarterly earnings call with analysts, company officials said ManTech won the contract without giving details beyond noting it represented new work and was expected to ramp up over the next 18-24 months. The award had not been protested yet, the company added.

On Wednesday, ManTech said the contract was awarded by the General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center on behalf of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division. ManTech will specifically modernize intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) sensors and electronic intelligence (EI) processing for maritime reconnaissance and patrol aircraft.

“ManTech will digitize ISR and EI capabilities of U.S. Navy manned, unmanned and persistent surveillance MRPA and associated platforms,” the company said.

The work includes cyber, model-based systems engineering, platform integration and modernization for Mission Crew Workstations, Networking and Communications Equipment, Anti-Submarine Warfare Signals Intelligence equipment, and other critical systems like ElectroOptical/Infrared, Combat Systems Hardware and Electronic Support Measures.

“ManTech is bringing digital to the mission with next-generation ISR and EI capabilities that give our Navy strategic and tactical advantage against any foe, now and in the future. ManTech’s proven ability to scale to and resolve our customers’ needs and challenges, however large or complex, will enhance Maritime Domain Awareness with world-class systems that help ensure our nation’s warfighters always dominate the field,” Matt Tait, president of ManTech’s Mission Solutions & Services Group, said in a statement.

“This strategic award underscores ManTech’s proven ability to support national and homeland security objectives that safeguard America from threats on, above, and below every ocean on the planet,” Kevin Phillips, president and CEO of ManTech, added.