E3/Sentinel Wins COMSATCOM Contract With Air Force Space Command; Andy Maner Quoted

Andy Maner
Andy Maner

E3/Sentinel, a NewSpring Holdings company, has been awarded a five-year, firmed-fixed task order contract by the Air Force Space Command Commercial Satellite Communications Office under the General Services Administration One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services Pool 1 unrestricted contract vehicle, E3/Sentinel announced on Wednesday. 

“This was a tremendous win for E3/Sentinel,“ said Andy Maner, CEO at E3/Sentinel. “This win is another step in our efforts to work on the most important missions in government.“

OASIS contracts are critical to the firm's continued growth and further enables E3/Sentinel to continue to deliver mission-focused integrated offerings to its federal customers across multiple markets. 

“This effort is an incredible opportunity for E3/Sentinel to directly impact the new SATCOM Vision for how the DoD utilizes space-based capability on the battlefield,“ said retired Lt. Gen. Kevin Mclaughlin, former Deputy Commander of U.S. Cyber Command and current E3/Sentinel Board of Directors. 

About E3/Sentinel

E3/Sentinel, a NewSpring Holdings company, is a mission-focused service driven solutions company headquartered in McLean, VA. We are a Washington Business Journal Best Places to Work awardee, a five-time Virginia Chamber of Commerce Fantastic 50 honoree, a six-time Inc. 5000 honoree, and a three-time Washington Technology FAST 50 honoree. 

Our enterprise program management and integrated service delivery practices are appraised at CMMI Services maturity level 3, and our quality and environmental management systems are ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015 certified. E3/Sentinel has a long history of consistent growth and high performance in the federal services market.

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