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.
“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.”
“Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, our workforce remained flexible and eager to support our customers. We were driven to innovate our workplace to accommodate our employees’ and prioritize their health.”
Sentar Awarded Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific Engineering and Support Services Multiple Award Contract
Valued at up to $68M over seven years, Sentar will provide engineering and technical services in support of networks, communication systems, sensors, applications, and information systems that are currently operational, under development, requiring upgrades or theoretical evolutions in conjunction with NIWC Pacific.
Sentar Wins $9M NASA MSFC Ground Systems Engineering Support Services Blanket Purchase Agreement Through 2024
Through this contract, Sentar will provide Ground Systems Engineering Support Services to NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. Sentar will also provide expertise and knowledge about the design, integration and management of complex ground systems used in military or civilian spacecraft monitoring and/or command and control applications.
This Task Order is to provide Risk Management Framework (RMF) support for the Joint Integrated Broadcast Service (IBS) Network Emulator (JINE) Project and the Maritime Integrated Broadcast Service (MIBS) Project for NIWC Pacific. The JINE and MIBS systems are required to implement appropriate cybersecurity controls and obtain RMF authority to operate (ATO) certifications.
Selected by a panel of current and former Federal and Industry leaders from across the Federal health IT sector, awards were received for 1) The Medical Community of Interest (Med-COI) Transition Risk Assessment Process (MTRAP), 2) The Enterprise Intelligence and Data Solutions PMO, and 3) The Cyber Operations Center (CyOC).
With this award, Sentar will support NIWC Pacific in functional work areas including innovative science and technology research, concept development, systems engineering, architecture development, software development, test and experimentation, quality assurance and component integration. This contract will ensure timely access to highly qualified resources to support technical programs.