Sentar to Provide Technical Services to NIWC Pacific
Sentar has been awarded a follow-on contract to provide integrated logistics support, engineering and technical services to Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific.
The two-year $4.5 million contract benefits the Cyber Analytics In-Service Engineering Agency, Sentar said Tuesday.
Under the terms of the new task order, Sentar will work with NIWC Pacific in all technical and operational activities in the cyberspace domain. All contract work will be done in San Diego, California.
Sentar said it will also provide support in science and technology research, concept development, systems engineering, architecture development, software development, test and experimentation, quality assurance and component integration.
NIWC Pacific provides the Navy with capabilities in command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; cyber; and space systems.
The organization is also responsible for a variety of functions like mission analysis, technology base assessment, basic and applied research, technology demonstration, production engineering, force support, policy and strategy development.
Sentar is a cyber intelligence company headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. In February, Sentar was officially designated a registered provider organization for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.
The certification was granted by the CMMC Accreditation Body, which is responsible for implementing the Department of Defense’s new cybersecurity standards.
RPO certification is granted to organizations deemed qualified to act as providers of CMMC consulting services. While RPOs act as consultants, they are not authorized to conduct certified assessments.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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