Hayden Freese

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Sentar Wins $2.4B DoD National Cyber Range Complex (NCRC) Event Planning, Operations, and Support (EPOS) IDIQ MAC

Sentar and other IDIQ recipients were awarded a $2.4B indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quality, multiple-award contract supporting the Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) in advancing the NCRC vision to deliver an interoperable constellation of facilities enabling large-scale, complex, distributing cybersecurity events satisfying multi-service/multi-domain requirements.

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Sentar Wins Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific Enterprise Personnel Systems Engineering (EPSE) Multiple-Award Contract

The scope of this effort is to obtain systems engineering, software engineering, and life-cycle support for developing and sustaining business systems and enterprise information systems for Navy, DoD, Foreign Military Sales, and Federal agencies. Services needed include but are not limited to: designing, developing, testing, implementing, sustaining, maintaining, and system hosting.

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Sentar Named Best Place to Work in South Carolina for Sixth Consecutive Year

“Maintaining this title as Best Place to Work in South Carolina is due largely to our team, who worked tirelessly this year,” said Darren Kraabel, Sentar President. “Whether developing updated procedures to prioritize our team’s health or staying home and following local and national guidelines, each member of the Sentar team contributed to this year’s win. Due to our team’s collective persistence, we were able to provide a safe environment to work and thrive in.”

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Secure Perspectives

Innovation Spotlight: Cyber Operations Center (CyOC)

Before the Cyber Operations Center (CyOC) was created, reporting was done via manual and labor-intensive processes requiring hundreds of man-hours, impacting the Agency’s ability for timely reporting leaving the agency with the inability to identify a single point of contact to view agency compliance as a whole.

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Secure Perspectives

Innovation Spotlight: MTRAP

Defense Health Agency (DHA) is currently migrating Military Treatment Facilities (MTF) into a DoD JIE CSRA compliant Medical Community of Interest (Med-COI) architecture. As a precursor to accessing the new Electronic Health Record (EHR), each MTF requires an evaluation of Information Technology assets and services. MTFs must undergo an in-depth Risk Management Framework (RMF) evaluation to receive an Authorization to Operate (ATO) on the Med-COI.

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