April 08, 2019: Sentar Names April Nadeau Senior Vice President
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today Mrs. April Nadeau was recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Navy, Marine Corps, and Health IT. Prior to this promotion, she served as Sentar's Vice President of Navy, Marine Corps, and Health IT for the past seven years in the company's Charleston office. In her new role, she will provide leadership for an organization responsible for all aspects of corporate growth including opportunity identification and capture, acquiring and maintaining customer and partner relationships, and supporting proposal efforts.
This promotion is a reflection of the unprecedented growth the company, and her business unit in particular, has sustained since her hiring as Divisional Manager in 2012 and subsequent promotion to Vice President in 2016 where she was responsible for leading all NIWC (SPAWAR), DHA, VA, and Health IT programs for Sentar. Under her leadership Sentar has expanded its footprint to include an office presence in San Antonio, TX in an effort to strengthen and build relationships with major customers within Federal Health and other DoD communities, including the DHA.
"April's skills, expertise and strong customer satisfaction focus have contributed to substantial growth and the consistent execution of our operational strategies," said Bridget Abashian, president and CEO of Sentar. "She has worked tirelessly to develop and strengthen relationships at all levels of government and in our communities. Her leadership will continue to be integral to Sentar's ongoing success."
Under her leadership, the company has received recognitions including the FedHealthIT Innovation Award, ESGR "Above & Beyond" Award, 2017 SPAWAR Small Business of the Year (sole nominee), and "Best Places to Work in South Carolina" for two consecutive years. Individual recognitions include the FedHealth100 in 2018 and 2019 for her contributions to the advancement of the Federal Health IT Market.
"I am honored that Sentar senior management has shown their confidence in me and given me the opportunity to expand the Navy, Marine Corps, and HIT business unit," said April Nadeau. "Sentar has been home to me for the past seven years I am excited to be part of the company's future growth and am grateful for this incredible opportunity to help take Sentar to the next level."
April is Vice President of the Charleston Defense Contractor Association and a member of Women in Defense, Palmetto Cyber Defense Challenge, Lean In, NDIA, Association of Old Crows and AFCEA. She received her BA in History from Tulane University.
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NewBuilding1 largerSentar helps businesses and government entities succeed using our advanced technology and experts that are eager to help you solve your toughest challenges.Founded in 1990, Sentar is a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) providing advanced Intel and Cyber Security services and products. We supply Cyber Security technology solutions and consulting services that empower our customers to securely leverage their computing and network assets to their fullest potential.Sentar's innovative cyber security technologies protect network and host computer resources from cyber attackers and malicious insiders.Sentar's expert professionals are well versed on the use of our technologies, as well as a broad range of industry standard tools. Together, we provide comprehensive Intel services, Cyber Security service, Information Assurance services, commercial software development services, military and aerospace contracting, advanced research and development, and consulting services supporting business process engineering and process improvement, such as Capability Maturity Modeling Integration (CMMI).
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February 22: SENTAR'S STEVE PRATT ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH ALABAMA CHAPTER OF THE INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY ASSOCIATION (NAC-ISSA) BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today that Stephen (Steve) Pratt, Sr. Cyber Security Engineer and Program Manager, has been re-elected to the North Alabama Chapter of the Information System Security Association (NAC-ISSA) Board of Directors. During this time, Steve will serve as Vice President of the Board, assisting the President in all executive duties. Prior to assuming the position of Vice President, Steve served the NAC-ISSA Board as Treasurer and, most recently, as the Director of the BSides Huntsville Conference.
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January 29: SENTAR AWARDED SEAPORT NEXT GENERATION MULTIPLE-AWARD IDIQ PRIME CONTRACT
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today that it has been selected as a Prime Contractor for the Next Generation SeaPort (SeaPort NxG) contract.
SeaPort NxG is the U.S. Navy's primary Multiple-Award Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract for soliciting Contractor support services. The opportunity to compete for current and future work fall under two categories: Engineering Support Services and Program Management support services; which are further divided into 23 functional areas. As a follow on to the current SeaPort-E contract vehicle, SeaPort-NxG has a five-year base and five-year option ordering period, with a potential value of $5 billion per year or $50 billion over the 10 year contract life span.
Sentar is currently a Prime Contract holder under the SeaPort-E vehicle. Representative work within this legacy contract includes assisting the Defense Health Agency in various cybersecurity functions and activities. This substantive support operates within several Agency Health IT Directorate divisions and facilities throughout the Continental U.S. (CONUS) and Outside the Continental U.S. (OCONUS). This work also includes direct cyber support to Navy Medicine (NAVMED), Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), and Air Force Medical Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) and Programs of Record (PORs), which vary in size and complexity from 1500 to over 60,000 server and workstation assets.
"Sentar is excited to provide the Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command, with high quality Engineering and Program Management services," said April Nadeau, Vice President of Navy, Marine Corp and Health IT. "We look forward to providing continued support to the warfighter under the current SeaPort-E and new SeaPort-NxG contracts for the next 10 years."
January 28: SENTAR SELECTED AS FINALIST FOR FIRST INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT AT 12TH ANNUAL DEFENSE SUMMIT
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today that the Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA)-a non-profit defense advocacy group-has selected Sentar as a finalist in the first-ever Innovation Spotlight Competition held during the 12th Annual Defense Summit. Recognized for its veriScan Technology, Sentar's innovative solution provides vulnerability detection using symbolic execution with the unique ability to scan FORTRAN source code for legacy system analysis in addition to current programming languages.
"The pace of technological advances is exponential, and the victor in military conflicts of the future will be the one who is furthest along the curve," said Heather Walker, CDCA President. "The Innovation Spotlight was designed to showcase, incentivize and recognize innovative industry solutions that could make the difference between success or failure for our national defense."
Sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton, the competition kicked off with a 300-word abstract written by each company describing the solution or product. The submissions fell into categories including analytics, cybersecurity, cloud, networking and more. A panel of experts selected five finalists who were given a chance to present live during the first day of the Defense Summit. More than 1,300 summit attendees were encouraged to vote through the event app, which resulted in the Best-in-Show winner.
Netizen Corp. was selected as Best- in-Show for its CyberSecure Dashboard. The top five finalist companies who were chosen to present in the technical pitch session to a live audience included:
' Sentar, Inc.'s veriScan works across an open source with smart-scanning capabilities that only focus on the deltas to determine vulnerabilities and provide one unified report
' Appian Corporation's The Digital Transformation Platform offers a 360-degree view of operational intelligence and allows end-users of the product to take action against that data.
' Netizen Corp.'s CyberSecure Dashboard simplifies the management of a secure infrastructure while providing an enterprise view of risk and compliance from a single interface.
' Network Runners, Inc.'s Cyber Cloaking Solution confirms identity before session connection by taking identity from the application layer to the network layer.
' Quest Software Public Sector's Safeguard for Privileged Analytics gathers user data, finds what is normal, identifies what is risky, and then stops it.
"The Annual Defense Summit-which draws more than 1,300 attendees from government and defense contractors around the nation-provides the perfect platform to shine the spotlight on these innovations that are designed for defense readiness to protect our nation," said Walker.
January 10: SENTAR'S APRIL NADEAU ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT OF THE CHARLESTON DEFENSE CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION (CDCA) BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Huntsville, AL - January 10, 2019 - Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today that April Nadeau, VP (Navy, Marine Corps and Health IT), has been re-elected to the Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) Board of Directors for a three-year term. During this time, Nadeau will serve as Vice President of the Board, participating on the Summit and PR committees.
As part of the board, Ms. Nadeau will help define and execute the programs, activities, and advocacy of the CDCA to support their overall mission of growing, aligning, and coordinating the opportunities and relationships between the South Carolina defense community and local, state and federal governmental agencies, elected officials and other related organizations. Nadeau's years of community and defense contractor involvement throughout the region uniquely positions her to effectively promote CDCA's overall goal of fostering better services for all defense customers.
"I am honored to serve alongside such a dynamic and dedicated group of individuals," said Nadeau. "I look forward to continuing to serve the members of the Charleston Defense Community as we nurture the partnerships between government and industry, in support of CDCA's mission of addressing issues and opportunities facing the Charleston defense community."
During Nadeau's tenure on the board, she has served on the Summit and PR Committees. In her previous role as chair of the Small Business Committee, April mentored and facilitated networking and interactions with industry leads and decision-makers to increase the potential business base for contracting opportunities and small business growth.
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April 04: Sentar Recruits Former NIWC Atlantic Medical Information Delivery - Chief Engineer
Huntsville, AL ' April 4, 2019 ' Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today that Ernesto Brux has joined Sentar as Director within the Navy, Marine Corps and Health IT division. In his new role, Brux will contribute expertise within the rapidly growing San Antonio market, while also supporting Sentar clientele in San Diego (NIWC Pacific, Marine Corps), Colorado, etc.
"We are thrilled to have an executive of Ernesto's caliber joining our team,' said April Nadeau, Senior Vice President of Navy, Marine Corp and Health IT. 'His experience offers a deep understanding of the complex challenges that government agencies face in securing their systems. Ernesto's insight will be incredibly valuable to our clients and partners.'
Brux brings over 20 years of experience in Software and Systems Engineering, which includes leading and managing Software Engineering efforts for NIWC Europe; overseeing the day-to-day operations and providing long-term strategic direction for NIWC Atlantic, Information Operations and Cyber Programs. In his previous role as the Medical Information Delivery - Chief Engineer and Senior Software Systems Engineer for NIWC Atlantic, Brux focused on delivering value to customers such as Defense Health Agency, AF Medical Operations Agency, NAVMISSA, 24th AF, JEWC, 92nd IOS, and Department of Homeland Security.
March 08: Sentar : Sentar Recruits Former Madigan Army Medical Center CIO
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today its recent hiring of former Madigan Army Medical Center CIO, Eric Drynan, MBA, MHA, CPHIMS. Eric will be joining Sentar in the role of Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) and Cybersecurity Specialist. Prior to accepting his most recent position, Eric served in the US Army for nearly 25 years and received several military awards and decorations, including the Expert Field Medical Badge, Bronze Star Medal Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, and several more.
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December 11: Sentar, Mission Multiplier Enter into SBA Mentor Protege Agreement; Form Joint Venture Company ' Cybernauts LLC
Huntsville, AL ' December 11, 2018 ' Sentar and Mission Multiplier have recently entered into a Mentor-Protege agreement approved by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). This agreement brings together two Huntsville-based cybersecurity companies, who collectively bring unparalleled cyber thought leadership and innovative new cyber technology to our region and the country at-large. As a key component of the SBA agreement, Sentar and Mission Multiplier have created a joint venture ' a HUBZone certified small business called Cybernauts LLC. Cybernauts LLC is poised to bring innovative cybersecurity services and solutions to the Federal government to help secure our nation's critical infrastructure, and to drive increased revenue to the Tennessee Valley region.
Founded in 1990, Sentar is a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) whose mission is to protect nation security by innovating, building, and securing mission critical assets. Sentar supplies advanced intelligence and cybersecurity services and products that empower their customers to securely leverage their computing and network assets to their fullest potential.
Mission Multiplier is an award-winning and innovative HUBZone company based in Huntsville, Alabama, recently nominated as a finalist for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber's Small Business of the Year awards. It has developed one-of-a-kind cybersecurity technologies and support services to meet the current and future needs of our Federal government, all while helping to support the local community. Mission Multiplier's business model is unique in that for every hour a Mission Multiplier employee works, the company gives a percentage of profit to a local charity of their choice.
The SBA Mentor-Protege program encourages private-sector collaboration and industry partnership ' through the creation of Joint Ventures, like Cybernauts LLC ' with the aim of increasing the capability and know-how for small businesses; so that they successfully compete for federal government contracts and bring the Federal government new solutions, while supporting the and growing talent and capability in the local community.
'Sentar is pleased to formalize our mentoring relationship with Mission Multiplier which will be a win-win-win for Sentar, Mission Multiplier, and our customers,' said Bridget Abashian, CEO/President of Sentar.
October 02: Sentar Awarded $12.1 Billion U.S. Army Contract
Huntsville, AL - October 1, 2018 - Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today the award of a potential nine-year, $12.1 billion multiple award indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract from the U.S. Army for Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-3 services, known as ITES-3S. Like its predecessor the ITES-2S, ITES-3S will be managed by the Army's Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program and is expected to be the Army's primary source of IT-related services worldwide. The contract ceiling value is $25 billion.
ITES-3S will provide services to enable a broad range of enterprise-level support services for Information Technology integration and service management activities to the Army, other DoD agencies, and all other Federal agencies. The contract scope includes services and solutions essential to support the Army's enterprise services, encompassing nearly all areas of enterprise IT, including cybersecurity, information systems security, information assurance, and a multitude of business planning, IT, administration and training services.
"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," said Bridget Abashian, CEO and president of Sentar. "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."
The ITES-3S is expected to offer various task-order types, including firm-fixed-price, cost-type, and time-and-materials. Work locations and funding will be determined with each order, with an estimated completion date of Sept.
September 04: Published Date Sentar Awarded 5-Year ID/IQ Navy Subcontract for Technical Services
Huntsville, AL ' September 4, 2018 ' Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, under Prime Contractor UEC Electronics, was awarded a combined $949,900,000 indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) supply contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Center (SPAWAR) Atlantic. The contract is for Cyber Mission Systems, Kitting and Supplies. The work includes procuring systems that provide wireless communications, detection, collection and exploitation of electrical and electronic equipment to support the warfighter.
Related services such as sustainment, maintenance and disposal may also be procured under the scope of this contract. The contract is a five-year award with a 24-month option period. Work will be performed worldwide and is expected to be completed Aug 2023. If the option is exercised work would continue through August 2025.
'The work includes procuring systems that provide wireless and communications, detection, collection and exploitation of electrical and electronic equipment to support the warfighter,' the Defense Department said Thursday in a contract announcement. 'Additionally, related services such as sustainment, maintenance, and disposal may be procured under the scope of this planned effort as a result of the end-items required.'
UEC Electronics is a subsidiary of Arotech's (Nasdaq ARTX) Power Systems Division. Arotech Corporation is a defense and security products and services company, engaged in two business areas: interactive simulation for military, law enforcement and commercial markets; and power systems and batteries for the military, commercial and medical markets.
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June 21: Sentar Supported DHA Mitigation and Remediation Support (MARS) Team Receives FedHealthIT Innovation Award
Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business, announced that the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Mitigation and Remediation Support (MARS) Team has received a FedHealthIT Innovation Award for its exceptional service.
Award winners were determined by a panel of judges that included government and industry leaders who evaluated applicants from across the industry, selecting awardees based on their willingness to take on achievable risk and to deliver real results in support of their mission.
"I want to thank colleagues within both DHA and SPAWAR-Atlantic for providing Sentar the opportunity to help execute the MARS team mission," said Joe Sabin, Director of Health Information Technology (HIT). "I strongly believe this collaboration makes a tangible and persistent difference by elevating the security of myriad health systems, networks, applications, and records that support active duty and retired military and their families."
For several years, the MARS team has contributed targeted security engineering capabilities and experience to both legacy Military Health System (MHS) environments (e.g., Navy Medicine) and Agency Programs' cybersecurity requirements though virtual and onsite support. As an example, in the last year alone, the MARS team has designed and employed security control mechanisms to mitigate potentially critical vulnerabilities on-site at more than twenty five (25) Navy Medicine, two (2) Air Force Medical, and one (1) Army Medical Command MHS locations.
"Sentar has been a proud service provider to DHA, especially the MARS team, for a number of years. To have our team's hard work in supporting the MARS objective recognized by our colleagues and peers in the industry is a great achievement." said April Nadeau, Sentar's Vice President of DHA, SPAWAR, Navy and Marine Corps.
Sentar was honored at the 4th annual FedHealthIT Innovation award ceremony held on June 12th, 2018 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
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Bridget Abashian, President
Ms. Bridget Abashian combines over 25 years of management experience overseeing software engineering/development, R&D of artificial intelligence, and cyber security systems. In addition to executive responsibilities at Sentar, Ms. Abashian spends a significant percentage of her time working directly with Sentar's government customers and business partners to solve their cyber security needs.
Dale Brown, Executive Vice President
Mr. Dale Brown serves as Sentar's Executive Vice President for Huntsville Operations. Dale has 34 years of leadership and management experience in addressing system, cyber security and enterprise software solutions for government and commercial industries. Mr. Brown oversees Huntsville area business that includes engineering support and program security services for the Missile Defense Agency, information assurance and cyber security support for Army Material Command (AMC) and Army Missile Command (AMCOM), and cyber security technology development focused on the unique needs of DoD and Federal clients. Previously, Mr. Brown had executive level responsibility as head of Research and Operations responsible for developing advanced dispatch management systems using GPS and geo-spatial technologies. He also served as Director for System and Network Services for Intergraph Corporation with responsibility for North American operations. He earned a Master of Administrative Sciences (MAS) and is ISACA Certification in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT). He has also served on the Board of Directors for the Huntsville Association of Small Business in Advanced Technology (HASBAT). He has 25 years' experience managing large-scale system development and integration projects for Government/DoD clients and has 12 years of programmatic management experience in Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Security. Dale is a recognized subject matter expert in the strategic development and implementation of complex programs.
Karen Kiss, Vice President & Co-Founder & Corporate Director
Karen's experience began in Retail where she was quickly promoted to managing several fabric stores early in her career. Next, she gained significant HR experience working for a recruiting firm before accepting a position as an employee relations specialist with a hospital. Later, she was hired into General Electric's Space Systems HR department in Huntsville as Staffing Center Manager for a 500 person program surge. Karen began her first entrepreneurial opportunity as owner of three franchise stores for 13 years before being hired as the corporate Regional Director over 19 states. Karen co-founded Sentar in 1990 and is a member of the corporate Leadership Team. Karen's primary responsibilities include community relations, strategic planning, and business development. Karen also spends a significant amount of time and effort giving back to the Huntsville Community. Karen is a member and Past President of the Women's Economic Development Council (WEDC). She serves on several boards, including the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra (HSO) Foundation, HSO Board of Trustees, HSO Guild, and More To Life Huntsville, while also holding leadership roles in other organizations.
April Nadeau, Vice President
Since 2008, April Nadeau has actively participated in a variety of roles throughout the Charleston Defense Industry and is well-respected in both government and contractor communities. She joined Sentar in March 2012 as the Division Manager and was promoted to Vice President in February, 2016. April directs all of Sentar's SPAWAR, DHA, Navy, and Marine Corps programs, responsible for managing multiple programs, people and processes. April facilitates positive results through energetic individual effort and efficient resource management. Her efforts resulted in Sentar receiving recognition as one of the Best Places to Work in South Carolina for 2016. As a valued member of Sentar's Leadership team, April develops strategic ways to grow the company, extending its reach and reputation. These tasks include opportunity identification and capture, acquiring and maintaining customer and partner relationships, and supporting proposal efforts. Prior to her election to the CDCA Board of Directors in 2015, April served on the CDCA Education Committee. Aside from her executive duties at Sentar and work with CDCA, April is active among a variety of other organizations and several boards including SPAWAR Executive Industry Council (2014-2015); Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter Executive Board, Treasurer (2012-2013); Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter Membership/Sponsorship Director (2010-2015); AFCEA Treasurer (2014). April graduated with a BA in History from Tulane University.
Sharon Yalowitz, Vice President
Ms. Sharon Yalowitz is Vice President of Administration at Sentar, overseeing all Human Resource, Legal and Contractual matters. Sharon has 31 years experience working in Government Contracting with universities, large business, and small businesses including Alaskan Native Owned, 8(a), and Women-Owned businesses. Sharon has a master's degree in contracts and acquisition management from Florida Institute of Technology and a Bachelors Degree from Athens State University. She served as Director of Contracts, Accounting, and HR, and Chief Financial Officer for a small 8(a) business in Huntsville. That experience led to her role as President of a shared services firm providing Human Resources, Accounting, and Contract Administration services to 12 companies owned by Bristol Bay Native Corporation. Sharon's proposal and contract administration experience covers multiple DOD agencies, along with, NASA, DOE, USDA, and FAA. Sharon's interface with DCAA and DCMA covers proposal audits, financial capability audits, time sheet audits, forward pricing audits, incurred cost audits, and billing system audits.
Peter Kiss, Co-Founder & Chief Visionary Officer
Mr. Peter Kiss combines over 30 years of executive management experience with expertise in software systems engineering, analysis and development, and in-depth R&D work in the areas of artificial intelligence, Cyber Security and BMC3 systems. Mr. Kiss started his career out of academia at IIT research Institute. He then joined GE as chief engineer and Program manager for very large classified programs, receiving additional management and executive skill training at GE's Crotonville complex. He continued his career as an executive with The BDM Corporation, where he developed an entirely new and profitable business area for the company. Peter worked on various missile defense and BMC3 programs since 1983. In 1990, Peter founded Sentar, Inc. and was CEO for 20 years. In addition to continuing executive responsibilities at Sentar, Peter spends a significant percent of his time contributing technically to projects. He has been a significant contributor to the company's R&D in Knowledge-based Systems and agent-based technologies, including the invention of the Patented KnoWeb(Registered) technology. Peter's technical work has been focused on Cyber Security Technologies and Services since the early 2000s.
David Huchette, Vice President of INTEL
Mr. David Huchette (Dave) has a long (30 year) history in the Intelligence Community supporting a variety of organizations. Dave started his career as a FORTRAN programmer on a large SIGINT system. Moving on to areas of increasing responsibility, Dave has spent most of the last 20 years in various management and business development roles for a variety of large and small companies including: General Dynamics, CSC, KPMG, and Verizon. Most recently, Dave has been the COO of a small Virginia-based company, where he served many roles including: FSO, HR, recruiting, contracts, and business development. During his tenure, he was responsible for significantly growing the firm as well as diversifying the contract base to include agencies such as NRO, NGA, USAF, Army, and US Navy.
Deborah Williams, Director Land And Federal Systems
Ms. Deborah Williams, CISSP, has over 20 years of professional and management experience, specializing in Cyber Security since 1999. Deborah serves as Director of Land and Federal Systems for Sentar, supporting numerous Government and Military clients as a Strategist, Analyst, Engineer and Program Manager. She has worked across the Cyber Security life cycle, from design and implementation, acquisitions, policy development and operations, and assessments involving both field work and large headquarter activities. Ms. Williams holds a Bachelors and a Masters degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Areas of special interest include enlightened cyber security management, and risk assessment methodologies. Deborah is also an active volunteer in Huntsville's non-profit community.
Daniel Lambert, Director-Missiles And Space Systems
Mr. Daniel Lambert joined Sentar's Huntsville based group in the Land Air and Space Business Unit in August of 2016. Dan serves as the Director of Missiles and Space Systems with a focus on Missile Defense Agency, Space and Missile Defense Command, and Air Force while simultaneously serving as Director of R&D. Dan has a long history (20+ years) in the missiles, space and cyber security business area with a focus on the Huntsville DoD/Federal community. He most recently served as Senior Manager of Missile Defense for Harris Corporation (Huntsville Site). Prior to Harris, Dan was Vice President of Advanced Technology for Analytical Services, Inc. (ASI). At ASI, Dan was responsible for winning the Missile Defense Data Center contract with the Missile Defense Agency, a $500M Small Business Set Aside, where he served as Program Manager. He also served as Director of Information Engineering with L-3 Communications for 12 years after spending 6 years at Marshall Space Flight Center with Computer Science Corporation (CSC) as a Senior Systems Engineer. Dan proudly served in the United States Marine Corps and holds both bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville as well as a Master of Business Administration from the University of Alabama.
Joseph Sabin, Portfolio Manager-Cyber Security and Health It
Mr. Joseph Sabin, J.D., serves as a Portfolio Manager for Sentar's Cyber Security and Health IT programs. Joe has more than 26 years management and execution experience within cyber security, health IT, HIPAA compliance, policy, technology, and communications domains. As the Program Manager for Sentar's Defense Health Agency (DHA) task orders Joe has led various functional cyber security teams and activities within the DHA and across Navy Medicine. In addition, Joe supports business development and capture strategy efforts and contributes to corresponding capabilities identification, development, and sustainment. Joe proudly served in the U.S. Army as Audio Visual Director for Presidential Events within the White House Communications Agency (WHCA) and Newscast Director for the American Forces Korea Network (AFKN). Joe holds a Juris Doctor and Post Graduate Certificate in Communications Law and Policy from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from George Mason University. He has earned the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), and Fully Qualified Navy Validator (FQNV) designations, among others.
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