Centuria Corporation, a provider for management and execution of national programs for the U.S. government, announced on Monday that the company was given a place on the Navy SeaPort-e contract vehicle. SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for obtaining support services in 22 working areas. Some of these zones include engineering, financial management and program management.
“This vehicle is a strategic win for us as it provides a platform for us to expand our work in the Defense Department and expand our national footprint,” said Kevin Burke (pictured), CEO of Centuria Corporation. “As we will soon grow out of small business status, wins like this are critical to our success on the full and open market.”