Sentek Global

Contracts

Contracts

Sentek Global Government Services has access to multiple Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC) and Multiple Award Contract (MAC) for Federal and Department of Defense Customers to utilize. Below is an outline of each contract with order instructions, as well as a description of our approach to our work.

Prime:

  • Seaport-e
  • SEAPORT-NXG
  • GSA OASIS Pool 3 GWAC

Subcontractor:

  • ITES F&O
  • ITES SB
  • NETCENTS II GWAC
  • CIO – SP3 GWAC
  • GSA Alliant II GWAC
  • GSA OASIS Pool 1 GWAC
  • GSA OASIS Pool 3 GWAC
  • OPNAV N81 MAC
  • OPNAV N2/N6 MAC
  • SSC-LANT IDPFM-SB MAC
  • SSC-PAC Analysis & Test Engineering MAC
  • SSC-PAC Cyberspace MAC

Seaport

The Naval Sea Systems Command’s Seaport Enhanced (SeaPort-e) contract boasts premiere services on over 22 functional areas and is the Navy’s premiere and preferred contract of choice. Simply stated, SeaPort-e provides a faster, better, and more cost-effective means of contracting for professional support services.

SeaPort-e is a multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a 15 year period of performance and a wide array of functional areas. The contract, broken up into seven zones, is available for multiple agencies but is primarily utilized by the U.S. Navy.

One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS)

One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) is designed to address agencies’ need for a full range of service requirements that integrate multiple professional service disciplines and ancillary services/products with the flexibility for all contract types and pricing at the task order level.

OASIS is a family of 7 separate Government-wide Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MA-IDIQ) task order contracts that span 28 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes and 6 NAICS Code Exceptions under the economic subsector 541, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services. (See Section H.4.) Throughout this website, these contracts will collectively be referred to as a single contract called “OASIS”. Additionally, each of the 7 separate contracts will be individually referred to as “Pools” within OASIS.

The services to be provided under OASIS are intended to meet the professional service mission requirements of all Federal agencies, including all organizations within the Department of Defense (DoD) and National Security Community.

Contract:

  • OASIS Pool 3 Contract 47QRAD20D3012
  • Period of Performance: January 20, 2020 – December 19, 2024
  • Contracting Agency: GSA

GSA Small Business Website

Sentek Global Capabilities

Confirmed Contract

OASIS Small Business Contract (Pool 3)

About Sentek Global

2811 Nimitz Blvd., Suite G,
San Diego, CA 92106

DUNs: 092189385
CAGE: 1W2Y5

Corporate OASIS SB Program Manager
Jesse Hamilton
(619) 543-9550
OASIS@sentekglobal.com

Corporate OASIS SB Contract Manager
Natalie Ricciarreili
(619) 543-9550
OASIS@sentekglobal.com

OASIS SB Labor Categories

Our Approach

Sentek Global was formed with the goal of providing high-level, exceptional quality information technology services to commercial and government clients. Since our formation, Sentek Global has established and maintained a reputation for providing network design, management consulting, project management, and application development services of unprecedented value. By maintaining a low overhead structure and investing heavily in our people, we have been able to provide a “Big-Five-Consulting” quality of service with a small company personal touch and price.

Sentek Global’s approach to effectively integrating best practices and cost savings into its professional support services across the Government will have three touchstones:

  • Quality
  • Responsibility
  • Accountability

As a matter of practical management, Sentek will disseminate these best practices among its employees and team members through the following methods:

  • Ongoing, continuing education
  • Company-wide lessons learned debriefings
  • Regular best practices information flowdown

Sentek Global’s first management principle as a professional service organization is quality. By quality we mean that we operate as a high-value organization that provides a team of experienced professionals, each with unique strengths. Sentekians are trained to integrate themselves into the client’s operation and to adopt the client’s goals, practices and mission as rapidly as possible. Part of this is accomplished by having more than 90% of Sentekians at the client’s facilities on a full-time basis.

More than the physical location, however, Sentekians are able to respond to the client’s priorities and direction as if they were coming from Sentek Global management. Each and every Sentekian professional knows that unless we make our clients successful, Sentek Global cannot be successful. The best indication of success for us is when the client’s managers and executives feel that Sentekians are adding value by providing quality work in the time expected.

Responsibility is the second key Sentek Global imperative. Sentekians are taught to assume responsibility for the understanding, execution and consequences of any task assigned. Moreover, Sentekians are taught and expected to learn, or at least be aware of, the roles and responsibilities of their coworkers and if they see a gap that needs to be filled, to fill it.

Finally, accountability is our hallmark. Sentek Global demands that its professionals assume control of their service product and then stand behind the results.

The qualities of seamlessness, responsibility and accountability are what distinguish the broad workplace approach that Sentekians bring to their clients. The technical capabilities and best practices, which enable them to perform their jobs at the highest level, are disseminated to Sentekians first through a focus on ongoing continuing education. Sentek Global pays 100% of any professional or career-related education, seminars or training for its employees, and encourages them all to take advantage of such opportunities.

Secondly, each Sentekian is debriefed by senior management after the completion of each client assignment for Lessons Learned. The “Lessons Learned” are then communicated to the entire team through regular meetings, e-mail communications and telephone conferences.

Finally, industry-wide best practices that are acquired through individual Sentekian’s exposure to other contractors on joint ventures or at industry events are similarly communicated to the other members of the team. In this way, Sentekians receive both the benefit of our own learning experiences and those of our counterparts in the professional service support community.

Task orders

    NS01
    N00039-17-F-3008
    NS02
    NS03
    N00039-19-F-3501

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