Sentar wins BRSE recompete

On February 20, Huntsville, AL-based Sentar Inc., a women-owned small business specializing in advanced cyber intelligence solutions and technology, announced that it has been awarded a recompete of the Battle Force Tactical Network (BFTN) Resilient Command, Control, and Communications (RC3) System Enhancement (BRSE) Software Development task order by the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific. With this task order, Sentar will provide software analysis and development, test and evaluation, and onsite technical assistance for the BRSE program.

Included in the BRSE programs are modern High Frequency (HF) radios, modems, network controllers, and network management systems. Product upgrades of BRSE are expected to focus on multiple areas including bug fixes for systems in production, upgrades to increase system reliability, integration with connected systems, and revisions to support operations at very low data rates.

“We’re pleased to have the opportunity to continue providing software development and cybersecurity support to NIWC Pacific,” said April Nadeau, senior vice president. “Sentar’s forward-thinking views on service and cybersecurity have contributed not only to providing first-class support and development, but also by creating a solution that can grow and develop in the future.”

The work will be performed over one base year with two option years in San Diego, CA.

Source: Sentar

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