Sentar wins $9 million NASA contract

The Space Flight Operations Facility at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Sentar will help Marshall Space Flight Center prepare mission concepts and develop console products for command and control applications. Photo courtesy of NASA.

Sentar Inc. has won a $9 million contract from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center Ground Systems Engineering Support Services, with work to be performed through 2024.

The cybersecurity and intelligence solutions company will provide expertise about design, integration and management of complex ground systems used in military or civilian spacecraft monitoring and/or command and control applications.

Sentar will prepare mission operations concepts, develop the required console products, prepare and participate in any training and mission simulations required and conduct mission operations for NASA.

“This opportunity allows Sentar to support NASA in every step of developing complex ground systems for our nation’s expanding space program,” said Paul Presson, vice president for Army, Air Force and Space.

Headquartered in Huntsville, Sentar uses its cyber domain solutions coupled with its team’s expertise to deliver cybersecurity, intelligence, analytics and systems engineering solutions to its clients, which include multiple government agencies, as well as commercial clients.

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