• Home
  • News
  • Sentar, Inc. Awarded Two Year Task Order by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Central Pacific (SPAWARSYSCEN PAC)

Sentar, Inc. Awarded Two Year Task Order by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Central Pacific (SPAWARSYSCEN PAC)

Sentar selected as Prime Contractor for Third Task Order Released by Cyberspace Science, Research, Engineering and Technology Integration Small Business Multiple Award Contract (MAC)

Huntsville, AL – November 28, 2017 – Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business, announced today it has been selected by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) Pacific (PAC) as the Small Business Prime Contractor for the third Task Order (TO) released under the Cyberspace Science, Research, Engineering and Technology Integration Small Business Multiple Award Contract (MAC). This recent award is designed to provide external and network interfaces integration engineering support to the Automated Digital Network System (ADNS). The Task Order performance period is for two years. This is the second Task Order awarded to Sentar under the SPAWAR PAC Cyber MAC, making Sentar the company with the most awards to date.

“Sentar is proud and excited to have yet another opportunity to serve our warfighters and to assist SPAWAR PAC and the important warfighter-centric organization’s that it supports,” said April Nadeau, VP (DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps). “Our past work, and this award, reflect the high standard of quality and technical skill demonstrated by our exceptional employees and teammates; a tradition we hope to continue with this new opportunity.”

The scope of this TO is to provide external and network interfaces integration engineering services to the Automated Digital Network System (ADNS), which provides ship and shore IP connectivity and promotes the efficient use of available satellite and line of sight communications bandwidth. ADNS automates the routing and switching of tactical and strategic C4I data via Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks linking deployed battle group units with each other and with the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) ashore.

Sentar will perform activities related to the design and testing of currently fielded ADNS increments, and the design and testing to changes to ADNS interfaces to other program of record systems. Work will be conducted by Sentar employees located in San Diego, CA.

 

Print