Sentar Wins Army Materiel Command Full and Open Enterprise Resource Planning Support Services Contract
“We are excited to support AMC’s ERP efforts,” said Megan Park Director of Air, Ground, and Space programs at Sentar. “Building upon our years of experience supporting the Army, we look forward to serving HQ AMC on their continued efforts to modernize, integrate, and improve their support to our nation’s warfighters.”
“Cyber resilience and reliability must become an operational imperative for critical infrastructure,
said Gary Mayes, Senior Director of Research & Development at Sentar. “We are excited about the opportunity to work with the U.S. Department of Energy to bring an innovative solution to meet a critical need. It is essential to have the ability to mitigate damage once subjected to a cyber-attack and continue to maintain operations when systems or data have been compromised.”
This marks the 8th consecutive year Sentar has earned a place on the list and the 2nd time receiving the #1 spot.
Waterfront’s portfolio includes flight and ground operations, data center operations, information technology, software development, and test supporting NASA’s spaceflight missions. As a key member of Teledyne Brown Engineering’s MOSSI team, Waterfront is currently providing mission critical support to NASA’s ISS, Artemis, Gateway, and Human Lander projects.
“Aiming for ‘Best Place to Work’ has become a staple in Sentar’s evolving culture, a requirement in maintaining our work-family mentality,” said April Nadeau, Senior VP of DoD Programs. “We are committed to creating a workplace that fosters meaningful work, one where everyone feels valued and respected.”
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.