ManTech Named a Top 100 Military Friendly Employer by G.I. Jobs Magazine

Company Recognized for the Ninth Consecutive Year

ManTech International Corporation has been named a 2015 Top 100 Military Friendly Employer® by G.I. Jobs Magazine. This marks the ninth year in a row the company has secured a "top ten" spot on this prestigious list. This year, the results were compiled from a data-driven survey sample of more than 5,000 companies whose annual revenues exceed $500 million. ManTech ranked first among defense companies.

ManTech was showcased, along with other 2015 Military Friendly Employers® in the December 2014 edition of G.I. Jobs magazine and online at

Now in its twelfth year, the Top 100 Military Friendly Employers® list is the premier resource for transitioning service members and spouses seeking civilian employment. The list of Military Friendly® Employers distinguishes those companies with the strongest job opportunities and retention programs for transitioning service members and spouses seeking civilian employment. Each year, companies taking the survey are held to a higher standard than the previous year via improved methodology, criteria, and weightings developed with the assistance of an advisory board consisting of leaders in the military recruitment community.

"Our veterans are the heartbeat of ManTech, and they enhance the work product that we are able to deliver to our customers and partners. The values that they bring with them from the battlefield to ManTech — discipline, commitment, integrity, responsibility, respect, and teamwork — are critical to the work that we do every day," said ManTech CEO and Chairman George J. Pedersen. "While we are deeply honored to be recognized for our growing veteran workforce, the real honor is with high quality young men and women that ManTech is able to attract to join our team after their time serving our country."

Criteria for selection to the Top 100 list included the strength of company military recruiting efforts, the percentage of new hires with prior military service, retention programs, and company policies on National Guard and Reserve service. The survey results that determined the 2015 list were independently tested by Ernst & Young LLP based upon the weightings and methodology established by G.I. Jobs.