GSA created the Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) to give federal-agency acquisition professionals the ability to obtain total contract solutions for their professional services needs using a single contract vehicle. The MAS offers federal, state, and local governments innovative solutions to their professional services needs.
GSA STARS III – www.gsa.gov/s3
Master Contract Number – 47QTCB22D0180
UEI Number – K8TKPM6WDHJ5
DUNS Number – 079159127
CAGE Code – 6ZZC0
Program Manager – Mani Allu CEO,
Phone: (703) 889-0856,
Centennial Technologies Inc. is honored to be awarded the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) 8(a) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services (STARS) III – a Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) vehicle. 8(a) STARS III is a multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract designed to provide federal agencies with innovative information technology (IT) services-based solutions from vetted 8(a) small, disadvantaged businesses (SDB) in support of meeting their socio-economic contracting goals. The STARS III GWAC is an established fourth-generation 8(a) contract vehicle with a $50 billion ceiling and provides flexible access to customized IT solutions and emerging technologies from a diverse pool of 8(a) industry partners.
OASIS SB Pool 1 – www.gsa.gov/oasis-and-oasis-small-business
Master Contract Number – 47QRAD21D1003
UEI Number – K8TKPM6WDHJ5
DUNS Number – 079159127
CAGE Code – 6ZZC0
Program Manager – Mani Allu CEO,
Phone: (703) 889-0856,
Centennial Technologies Inc. is excited to have been selected as an awardee on the General Service Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business Pool 1, an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The core disciplines are program management services; management consulting services; logistics services; engineering services; scientific services; and financial services. OASIS was created as a best-in-class contract vehicle providing flexible and innovative solutions, for complex professional services. Winning this contract is a significant milestone for Centennial and will provide a strong avenue for growth within the Federal and Civilian market space.
Centennial Technologies Inc. is excited to have been selected as an awardee on the General Service Administration (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) 8(a) SubPool1, an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The core disciplines are program management services; management consulting services; logistics services; engineering services; scientific services; and financial services. OASIS was created as a best-in-class contract vehicle providing flexible and innovative solutions, for complex professional services. Winning this contract is a significant milestone for Centennial and will provide a strong avenue for growth within the Federal and Civilian market space.
The mission of the CoE is to accelerate IT modernization across Government to improve the public experience, improve outcomes, and reduce legacy IT spending across the Government. The CoE accomplishes this by centralizing top Government tech talent, leveraging private-sector best practices, and operating with a teaming mindset to collaborate across Government departments and agencies. To better align with the dynamic effects of such a transformation, the CoE will be utilizing an optimized, customer-focused acquisition that provides a modernization solution for professional services to the CoE’s Agency Partner. The CoE will utilize a two-phased process as part of their efforts to accelerate IT modernization at each Agency Partner. Phase One (discovery and assessment support) will assess existing technologies, policies, practices, etc. to formulate a modernization plan. Phase Two (implementation) will implement those discoveries made during Phase One. Based upon the Agency Partner’s needs, the discovery and assessment support will be within selected functional areas. Centennial provides discovery and assessment support to lay the foundation for successful implementations of modernization across the Agency Partner with a focus on Information Security as a Core Functional Area.
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Sunitha Ravi is the Vice President of Operations and Delivery at Centennial Technologies Inc. In her role, she focuses on building trusted relationships with senior federal clients while driving innovative and customer-centric solutions. Using over 26 years of experience supporting both the public and private sectors, Sunitha aligns technology with strategic business and operational goals while managing operations and technology teams to deliver excellent customer service.
Before Centennial, Sunitha was a Director at VMWare public sector and led various programs for federal clients through agile and scrum practices while meeting growth and profitability goals. Before VMWare, Sunitha held various leadership positions at Verizon, Terramark, and Tetra Tech. She managed the delivery of financial and technology solutions and served as a trusted advisor to executive and management stakeholders. She successfully led teams of over 200 staff and agency portfolios with ~$100M in annual revenue. She supported financial teams and improved the finance function by driving more efficient processes and streamlining financial reporting.
She holds a Master’s degree in environmental engineering and is an Earned Value Practitioner (EVP), Project Management Professional (PMP), and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) certified. She lives in Ashburn, Virginia, with her husband and two daughters and enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and cooking.
Ben Marglin is Vice President of Business Development at Centennial Technologies, focused on developing and leading the growth strategy for Centennial. With over 25 years of experience in public sector management and technology consulting, Ben’s strengths include building strong client relationships with both existing and prospective clients, and serving as a people leader across the organization, helping to promote a strong and healthy company culture. Ben leads the growth team to identify and capture new opportunities across the business development lifecycle, working to expand Centennial’s business in the Federal and commercial space.
Before Centennial, Ben was a Senior Vice President at Karsun Solutions, where he led client delivery for a ~$130M portfolio across several Federal civilian agencies and led a team of over 500 folks providing support to Federal clients. He spent 17 years with Booz Allen Hamilton, mainly in Federal Civilian market leadership roles where he had full P&L responsibility for a portfolio of Federal agencies, and he also spent two years in BAH’s Strategic Innovation Group (SIG) helping to lead the Digital Solutions practice area. Earlier, Ben worked for American Management Systems (AMS) providing IT and management solutions to state and local clients, and he spent three years on Capitol Hill working in the U.S. Senate.
Ben’s areas of expertise include digital strategy and transformation, acquisition, change management, and IT program management. He has a master’s degree in public policy from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree from Colby College and has professional certifications in Program Management (PMP), AWS Cloud, Agile (SAFe and ICAgile), Change Management (CMAP), ITIL, and Technology Business Management (TBM). Ben lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, son, and goldendoodle Sophie, and when he’s not doing yard work, he enjoys golf, running and biking, and following his native Boston sports teams. You can connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.
Ned Blackburn is the Director of Sales and Business Development at Centennial Technologies Inc. In his role, he focuses on exceeding clients’ expectations through delivering innovative solutions, advising customers, and working with solution partners. Ned brings 25 years of experience in strategic account management, program management, and business development in the federal and commercial sectors to Centennial.
Before Centennial, Ned was a Director at Grant Thornton, providing subject matter expertise on IT modernization, financial management, and business transformation initiatives. He focused on building resilient and agile teams to support various federal agencies. Prior to Grant Thornton, Ned held several leadership positions in small and large businesses where he led business development, capture management, and vendor partnerships. He built and managed large teams specializing in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Intelligence, and Data Warehousing solutions.
Ned earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Ohio University, is a Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), and ITIL4 certified. He lives in Ashburn, Virginia, with his wife and three children. He enjoys coaching little league baseball, playing golf, and cheering for Cleveland sports teams.
Antonio “Tony” Hylton is Chief Strategy Officer for federal and state sectors at Centennial Technologies Inc. In this role, he develops service offerings, establishes strategic partnerships, and supports acquisitions. Tony brings over 30 years of public and private sector experience with business transformation, organizational change management, and innovative solutions to Centennial.
Before Centennial, Tony held various leadership positions at Verizon and managed over $100 million per quarter in sales. He guided the relationships with the National Association of State CIOs, National Association of State Technology Directors, US Conference of Mayors, and numerous state, local, and public safety agencies. Before Verizon, Tony served as Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Cook County, IL, where he led budget planning and execution, process optimizations, and technology innovation. Before Cook County, Tony held a variety of leadership positions with the Center for Digital Government (CDG), Dell-EMC, AT&T, and MCI.
Tony earned his bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University, is an accomplished Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and Certified Scrum Master. He loves golf and watersport activities. He is a home chef with a specialty in Asian-Fusion and Japanese Cuisines.
Mani Allu is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Centennial Technologies Inc. With over 25 years of experience providing financial and technical solutions, Mani provides overall direction to the corporate growth strategies, differentiated capabilities, and company culture. He works directly with customers, employees, and partners daily and fosters the work environment to develop and deliver highly innovative solutions.
Before founding Centennial, Mani held leadership positions at Verizon, where he led operations and delivery of enterprise services for public and commercial sectors, supporting $240M in revenue. He focused on solutions that drove efficiency and effectiveness, including financial transformation, organizational development, business intelligence, data analytics, application and system modernization, cloud enablement, and cybersecurity. Before Verizon, Mani served as the Vice President at ADS Inc. and supported the telecommunications, financial, retail, and media sectors. He orchestrated the creation and management of service offerings, supervised partnerships, and supported mergers and acquisitions.
He earned his Master’s degree from West Virginia University and lives in Ashburn, Virginia, with his wife and kids. He enjoys tennis and supporting his home sports teams.