Sentar to Help DHA Manage Health IT Cybersecurity Under Potential $164M Task Order

Jeff Brody

Sentar has been awarded a potential $164M task order to support the Defense Health Agency in efforts to protect military information technology platforms from cyber risks.

The company said Wednesday it will collaborate with Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic to help DHA implement cybersecurity measures and address compliance requirements across the Military Health System.

NIWC Atlantic and Sentar will also provide the support services to MHS programs of record and medical technology platforms the agency deployed within and outside the continental U.S.

The task order will extend the company's work with DHA for an additional four years.

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