A women-owned small business (WOSB) headquartered in Huntsville, Ala. has been awarded a $47 million government contract to manage cybersecurity risk operations for the U.S. military’s Defense Health Agency (DHA).
Sentar announced they received the contract on Tuesday. They competed against 11 other bidders for the contract in a small business set aside competition. Sentar previously held the contract with DHA, but it ended this month after two years. Work on the new contract will begin immediately within a one-year base period and two, one-year option periods.
“Winning repeat business represents proven and enduring customer satisfaction, trust, and confidence from the company’s government customers,” said April Nadeau, VP (DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps). “We are thrilled for the latest re-compete win and look forward to our continued partnership with the Navy and its sponsor organizations.”
Sentarwas founded in 1990.