Sentek captures $70M Navy command and control contract

Work targets configuration, scalable solutions for maritime systems

Sentek Global will furnish systems engineering and technical assistance to the Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command under a contract worth $70 million over five years.

The company will perform the services for SPAWAR’s Program Manager Warfare’s (PMW 150) Command and Control Program Office.

The scope of work covers service-oriented architecture, configuration data management and information assurance. It also covers integration and test and evaluation, help desk support, systems engineering technical reviews and acquisition document development, and software development engineering.

PMW 150 is responsible for taking operational needs and requirements and transforming those into affordable command and control capabilities for Navy, Marine and joint forces warfighters.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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