Noblis Wins FBI Sentinel Services Task Order; Drew Cohen Comments

Drew Cohen - Nobilis,  ExecutiveMosaicNoblis has won a $13 million task order to help the FBI carry out organizational change management and business analysis work for the agency’s Sentinel case management system.

The nonprofit science and technology organization worked with the FBI to deploy Sentinel in 2012 and transition to a new development methodology in 2010, Noblis said Monday.

Drew Cohen, Noblis vice president for national security and intelligence, said the organization will work to help the agency further develop the Sentinel system.

Noblis will also provide methodology and technology services to the FBI under the task order.

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