ReMilNet, LLC is an 8(m) Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) that offers professional services in the areas of Financial Management & Internal Controls, IT, Logistics, and Organizational Improvement. With hundreds of successful engagements supported coast to coast and worldwide, ReMilNet continues to assist its customers in the identification of cost savings and improved internal efficiencies through the use of repeatable processes, systems, tools, and training.
Founded in 2003, ReMilNet was created to leverage the expertise and unique skill sets of retired military and veterans in order to provide real-world and practical solutions to issues our customers faced. ReMilNet’s focus was and remains providing customer specific solutions based on listening and understanding customer issues. Once the challenge is understood, ReMilNet applies a mix of best practices to provide solutions that fit within the customer’s mission and requirements. As a result of ReMilNet’s approach, customers have achieved immediate cost savings and improved operational productivity.
When ReMilNet was becoming a preferred company for delivering actionable and results oriented solutions, sadly, our founder, Elizabeth passed away after a long battle with Myasthenia Gravis. Recognizing the value that ReMilNet offers its customers, Elizabeth’s daughter Sara took the helm of ReMilNet in 2005, and continues to apply these same principles in support of customer requirements.
Sara Slettebo is the President of ReMilNet. In addition to her duties of managing ReMilNet’s strategic plan and operations, Sara provides senior analytical support and advisory assistance in the areas of internal controls, logistics, quality, risk management, training plan development, and organizational improvement. Sara has 15 years’ experience and degrees in Business Management and Transportation & Logistics. She serves on the Advisory Council Member of the Small Business Development Center, and is an active member with the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and local American Society of Military Comptrollers Chapter.
Stan Halter is CEO of ReMilNet. A retired Navy Captain, Stan is a senior planner, project and operations management professional with more than 30 years’ experience in large-scale strategic planning, project management, and organizational systems re-engineering. He has an extensive background as a coordinator and facilitator of diverse organizational functions, budgets, and objectives to create and achieve benchmarks. Stan also supports business development efforts within the Federal marketspace.
Gene Suber is the Vice President for Marine Corps and Financial Management efforts. A senior financial consultant who brings extensive knowledge in Financial Management, accounting, budget, and internal controls, from his more than 30 years of financial management and comptroller experience, Gene is a Subject Matter Expert on business, financial, manpower and resource management and Comptrollership.