SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, the United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) compete their service requirements amongst 1800+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders.
Conformed Copies of Task Orders Received
No task orders issued to date.
Proposed Team Members
DDL Omni Engineering, LLC, is a mid-size engineering and technical services company with an ISO 9001:2000 registered quality management system. DDL OMNI’s services include systems engineering and analysis, materials and structures engineering, design and prototyping, operations research, information technology, program management and acquisition support, logistics engineering, distributed simulation and wargaming, environmental services, and award-winning web design and development services. The company is headquartered in McLean, VA, with offices in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Fairfax, VA; Washington, DC; Newport, RI; and Norwich, CT. Personnel also serve at government facilities in White Sands, New Mexico; San Diego, CA; and Pearl Harbor, HI. With 38 years’ experience supporting NAVSEA, NUWC Newport, NSWC, and Carderock, DDL OMNI also serves as a prime contractor for this Seaport Enhanced contract.
Rose Li and Associates, Inc. (RL&A), founded in 2003, is a woman-owned small business, providing innovative and pragmatic research, policy development, program management, and issues analysis services. Its areas of specialty include policy development and synthesis; program planning, evaluation, and implementation; scientific peer review management; scientific writing and document production; and committee management, scientific meeting planning, logistics, and travel support.
Since July 2003, RL&A has provided professional services support to 11 NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) or offices either directly or as a subcontractor. RL&A clients have included the Department of Veterans Affairs, multiple Institutes and Offices at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Department of Education, SAIC-Frederick, Inc., IQ Solutions, Masimax, and nonprofit organizations. Sample work products, list of clients, and testimonials can be found at www.roseliassociates.com.
Strat@comm, LLC is a small business, Washington-based strategic communications counseling company able to deliver a full range of marketing communications, outreach, event management, creative services, public affairs, and media relations capabilities. Since its inception in 1995, Strat@comm has grown to a staff of more than 60 professionals, with offices in Washington and Detroit. Strat@comm is now part of the Fleishman-Hillard global network, allowing them to offer clients the agility, attention, and management of a smaller company, with the resources of a far-reaching network. Thus, for the Team on this Program, Strat@comm will be able to access deep resources when needed, and provide them around the world.
Clients relative to this Program include several large defense community systems integrators, such as, ManTech, Navistar, SAIC and SRA.
CHRONOS Systems, Inc. (CHRONOS) is a small minority owned business, founded in 1994, and headquartered in Camp Springs, Maryland. The company specializes in system development and integration, systems analysis and design, systems engineering and integration, network security, software development, database design, help desk support, application development, and disaster recovery solutions. Over the past year, the company achieved a revenue growth of 50%.
CHRONOS’ workforce of 100 highly trained and fully certified personnel include engineers, scientists, and mathematicians who have proven a high level of achievement in their respective fields. The company has many years of experience working with defense contractors, the U.S. military, private industry, and civilian government agencies.
Learning Systems International (LSI), a Washington, DC, based, veteran owned small business, has provided integrated, customized training solutions to government and commercial clients since 1979. LSI’s success revolves around its ability to work with technology providers like National Capitol Contracting and their customers to implement leading edge solutions. LSI’s annual revenue averages $5.7 million. They have been nominated for the SBA Award for Excellence, selected as a regional finalist for that award, and awarded the Administrators Certificate of Excellence.
LSI employs a workforce of 25 full-time and 15 independent contract professionals who include highly skilled instructional designers, platform trainers and computer-based training experts. Training developed and delivered by LSI is context-specific and highly tailored to users’ work processes. LSI uses emerging and evolving technology to develop and deliver training programs using both COTS and customized products and systems. They possess expertise and experience with a broad array of training methodologies, products and services, to include training needs assessment; traditional classroom training; training courseware development; multimedia training production, including video-based and computer-based training; Section 508 compliant eLearning solutions, including online and interactive web-based courseware; and train-the-Trainer programs.
LSI’s client list includes the Department of Defense, Siemens Dematic, Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Unisys Federal Systems, Internal Revenue Service, United States Courts, ManTech, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Nortel Government Solutions, and the U.S. Postal Service.
Quality Assurance Program
“Reacting quickly to issues and changes is good; not having issues in the first place is much better. Our integrated performance monitoring/quality assurance/Continuous Performance Improvement solution allows us to anticipate issues and preempt them, and also provides the means for quickly reacting to and fixing (permanently) issues that do occur. The basic reporting vehicle for the Team is a comprehensive Weekly Program Manager’s Report, which captures (through integrated and automated templates) a wide array of task order and overall Program performance information. (The contents of this Report are identified in Proposal Volume II, Section 1.2.1.)
Preparation and analysis of the Report follow this process. Task Order Project Managers ensure that reporting data is complete and submitted on time. The extensive amount of performance data collected through this internal report is aggregated by the QAM through a tool such as Crystal Reports, allowing it to be re-sorted easily to create an array of reports required by the customer (and Award Term Board). The Report also provides the foundation for an easy transformation to a performance-based services contracting environment.
The QAM examines the data and immediately escalates issues to the PM for resolution. Our Contracts Manager examines the same data, focusing on contractual compliance issues. The QAM looks for issue/performance shortfall trends and works with the PM, Tier 2 Managers, and Executive Committee, as required, to plan corrective strategies. The Executive Committee also participates in regularly scheduled performance reviews, and is able to assess performance issues and propose corrective action within the wider context of the entire Program and its lifecycle. This reporting is complemented by regularly scheduled performance review meetings, which, again, serve as a model for any external meeting requirement.
The reporting function integrates with the Continuous Performance Improvement/Risk Management CPI/RM function through the leadership of the QAM in both functions. The CPI/RM Group includes in its membership the Chief Technologist, who is able to advise on use of a “technical” (system or automation) enhancement to correct a chronic performance issue.”
List of the Last 3 Years Services Experience For All NCC Team Members
No services provided under NCC SeaPort-e contract to date.
Point of Contact for Customer Satisfaction
Lorene Eberhardt, Vice President of Operations
703.243.9696 x 115
Points of Contact for Information Related to the SeaPort-e Program
Christopher Marquez, President and CEO
703.243.9696 x 116
Wayne Hinton, Vice President of Business Development
703.243.9696 x 117
Anthony Lindsay, Contracts Manager
703.243.9696 x 210