Huntsville cybersecurity firm Sentar, Inc. has been awarded a potential nine-year, $12.1 billion multiple award contract from the U.S. Army.
The contract is for providing Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 services, or ITES-3S, to the army, other defense department agencies, and all other federal agencies.
The contract scope includes nearly all areas of enterprise IT, including cybersecurity, information systems security, information assurance, business planning, IT administration and training services. The contract ceiling value is $25 billion.
“Sentar is excited to be recognized as a leading small business that can provide the innovation and agility required in today’s cybersecurity-intensive IT environment,” Sentar CEO and President Bridget Abashian said in a statement. “We look forward to strengthening our relationship with our Army customers and delivering services essential to the soundness of our Nation’s most critical programs for years to come.”