Selected by a panel of peers for driving innovation across the Federal Health Community, Sentar is being recognized for two programs: 1) NIWC Atlantic Defense Health IT (DHIT) Joint Operational Medical Information System (JOMIS) Risk Management Support and 2) NIWC Atlantic DHIT Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program Office (PO) Support.
“Sentar, Inc. has demonstrated a commitment to recruiting veteran and military-connected employees, and then helping them grow and develop into leaders,” said George Altman, managing director of VETS Indexes.
Sentar is recognized for offering efficient and effective solutions, as well as a corporate culture that demonstrates the company’s own excellence, making Sentar a beacon for talent, partners, and clients.
Sentar has partnered with Idaho National Laboratory (INL) to become the first Department of Defense contractor licensed to use INL’s Consequence-driven Cyber-informed Engineering (CCE) methodology to help federal government entities secure operational technology.
The HIRE Vets Act Program is the only federal award program that recognizes employers who successfully recruit, hire, and retain veterans.
“The Sentar team is continuously motivated to uphold the high standard we’ve established for our team when providing solutions to our clients, including NIWC PAC,” said April Nadeau, Senior Vice President. “This win positions Sentar to provide work for NIWC PAC alongside some of the country’s most dedicated professionals as we work together in securing our country against malicious bad actors.”
The Seven Seals Award is the broadest and most inclusive award given by ESGR and is presented at the discretion of the State Chair or by ESGR senior leadership. The Seven Seals Award is presented in recognition of significant individual or organizational achievement, initiative, or support that promotes and supports the ESGR mission.
In partnership with the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group, this survey-and-awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in the state of South Carolina.
“Striving to create a Best Place to Work every consecutive year has become a permanent staple in Sentar’s culture and a reminder of the high standard we hold ourselves to when providing expertise to our government customers and partners,” said April Nadeau, Senior VP of DoD Programs.