Jacobs Vet Darren Kraabel Joins Sentar as President

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Darren Kraabel

Darren Kraabel, a 17-year veteran of Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE: JEC), has been appointed president of cybersecurity firm Sentar.

He most recently served as chief technology and innovation officer at Jacobs and previously held a senior vice president role with responsibility over a $1.3B business unit that provides information technology, cyber and analytics services, Sentar said Tuesday.

Kraabel joined Jacobs in August 2002 as a senior engineer after he spent nearly a decade with the U.S. Air Force in various engineering and operational leadership positions.

Huntsville, Ala.-based Sentar offers cybersecurity products and services such as intelligence, information assurance, cyber ecosystem and research and development support.

The woman-owned company serves government clients through the U.S. Army ITES-3S, General Services Administration IT Schedule 70 and U.S. Navy SeaPort-e contract vehicles.

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