Sentilect, LLC is headquartered in the Metro Washington DC area and provides an array of IT Consulting services. We specialize in creating intelligent solutions that increase efficiency, foster productivity and improve customer satisfaction.
Professional consultants, who deliver high-quality business and technical support. We are committed to success and dedicated to providing an outstanding level of customer service.
Empower organizations with intelligent solutions allowing our customers to solve complex problems and conduct their business more efficiently.
Collaborate with stakeholders to enable effective decision-making, advance operational efficiency and increase customer satisfaction.
Sentilect staff provide IT Consulting, Documentation and Training services for the DPCPSI Co-Funding Portal project. The portal provides means for managing Co-Funding business processes at the NIH Office of the Director. It allows NIH customers to submit thier Co-Funding requests, while a centralized dashboard helps DPCPSI stakeholders manage Co-Funding requests: facilitate review, make funding decisions, prepare and e-sign funding authorization documents, as well as close-out completed requests. The system interfaces with NIH enterprise systems, extracts up-to-date information and makes it available to users.
Sentilect provides IT Consulting and Data Analytics services for the the NIH Office of Budget. Our staff help collect financial data, validate project information, and make these data available for analysis, estimation and reporting. The tools developed by the NIH Office of Budget help plan the agency’s investments in biomedical research across all of its 27 Institutes and Centers.
Sentilect staff provide Requirements Management and Quality Assurance consulting services on the FOAM 2.0 project. The project automates production of Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) for several federal agencies. The goal of the project is to design and deliver an intuitive, easy to use system that allows stakeholders to collaborate on development, and publication of FOAs on grants.gov website.
Sentilect staff assisted the agency in implementing a federally-mandated annual Trans-NIH Collaboration report. To satisfy this requirement, the collaborative team repurposed existing enterprise resources from within the organization. The report consolidates agency’s data on collaboration activities by the NIH Institutes and Centers. It produces a portfolio of projects and details financial contributions by each participating IC. The tool uses NIH’s enterprise data and relies on a set of business rules to produce Trans-NIH Collaboration Report. The NIH budget community validate the report before it is officially published.