SENTEL Wins Contracting of Yearly Operational Test & Evaluation (COYOTE) – South Task Order


SENTEL Corporation (SENTEL) is pleased to announce that the firm has been awarded a Task Order under the Navy Medicine Omnibus III IDIQ Contract as a subcontractor to Universal Consulting Services, Inc. This three-year Task Order, valued at more than $3.7M, supports the Air Force Medical Evaluation Support Activity (AFMESA), specifically the South location at Lackland AFB, Texas under the Air Force Medical Information Systems Test Bed (AFMISTB) Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) Program. Under the leadership of SENTEL’s Program Manager, Jeff Owen, SENTEL will provide test and evaluation assessments of various medical items that could have a life or death impact on U.S. Service Members. Such assessments are designed for rapid, early identification and quantification of the survivability, suitability, and effectiveness of medical modernization technologies, and will be used to technically substantiate potential DoD acquisition decisions in support of operational requirements. Of note is the fact that SENTEL has been performing this identical work for the AFMESA customer for more than 10 years. We are honored to continue this important and growing mission. Hearty congratulations go out to Elizabeth McCarthy – VP of Information Technology Solutions, and all who supported this effort resulting in an award to SENTEL.