Small Business Office

Welcome to the gateway to our small business program.

HandshakeWe are proud to partner with small businesses of all types. We believe small business contributes innovation, energy, and efficiency to our work. So, while we are committed to the United States Government’s programs for small and disadvantaged business, we have something more in mind. We don’t just want to support small business, we want to harness those outstanding qualities so we can deliver better and more efficient services to our customers. We never stop looking for small companies that can offer us the best technical skills and products for the best value.

If you are a small business with something to offer, we want to hear from you.

Corporate Commitment

ManTech seeks maximum practical opportunities to work with, and purchase from, small and disadvantaged businesses, including:

  • Small Business (SB)
  • Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)
  • Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
  • Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone)
  • Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB)
  • Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
  • Historically Black Colleges/Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MIs)
  • Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and Indian Tribes
Initiatives & Outreach

We believe that a broad and diverse supplier base is good for our business and good for the country. Our goal is to reach out to the small business community and foster relationships with as many capable, qualified small businesses as possible. By harnessing the skills, experience, and expertise of the broadest possible community of partners and suppliers, we are better prepared to meet the needs of our federal government customers.

To develop these broad relationships, ManTech is proud to reach out to small and disadvantaged business by:

  • Providing counseling on how to do business with ManTech
  • Providing information on how to do business with the federal government
  • Mentoring small businesses through the mentor-protégé program
  • Supporting TRIAD, the Tri-Association Small Business Advisory Council, which advises industry and the federal government
  • Participating in and sponsoring small-business conferences and expositions that enable small businesses to have one-on-one, face-to-face conversations about their products, services, capabilities, and qualifications.