About SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e)
The Department of the Navy NAVSEA has awarded multiple Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts for a wide range of engineering, technical, and programmatic services and solutions for the Virtual SYSCOM (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, NAVSUP, SPAWAR, Strategic Systems Program (SSP), and NAVFAC) as well as Commander, Naval Installations (CNI) and the US Marine Corps. SeaPort-e furthers the Navy’s Seapower 21 objective to increase efficiency and allows for tailoring services according to the needs of geographically-dispersed organizations with significantly diverse product area requirements and missions. NSWC Dahlgren is the Seaport-e Contracting Office, however, each activity will release their own RFPs.
Authorized Users of the SeaPort-e IDIQ
- Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
- Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAI)
- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
- Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
- Military Sealift Command
- Strategic Systems Program (SSP)
- Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
- Office of Naval Research
- Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
- US Marine Corps
To learn more about SeaPort-E, click here www.seaport.navy.mil
SecuriGence, LLC. is based in Quantico, VA (Zone 2). We are capable of supporting Task Orders in zones 1 through 6.
Our Team & Past Experience
SecuriGence, LLC is pleased to be a SeaPort-e IDIQ holder:
- Contract Number: N00178-16-D-9004
- Contract Period of Performance: 30 June 2016 to 4 April 2019
- Program Ceiling: (including award term options)
Our teammates include the following small businesses:
- Universal Solutions International, Inc.
- iON Informatics
- CDM Software Solutions, Inc.
- Next Media.tv Inc.
The SecuriGence Team supports Engineering and Technical Support Services in the following Functional Areas:
- 3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
- 3.12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
Task Order Awards
|TASK ORDER SUMMARY
Solicitation Number: N00178-16-D-4000
Contract Number: N00178-16-D-9004
|TO Number||Zone||Customer||PWS Summary|
|T0001||2||Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division||0001 Award Document|
Quality Assurance & Continuous Improvement
SecuriGence employs one of the most well-known, time-tested, and robust quality assurance and continuous improvement processes found in the literature. Our quality processes, metrics, and improvements are documented and included as an integral part of our Project Management Plans (PMP). Quality is planned for and managed through the “Plan-Do-Study-Act” (PDSA) cycle for business processes, project execution, and program management and evaluation.
The PDSA cycle, also described by others as the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle, is a systematic series of steps for gaining valuable learning and knowledge for the continual improvement of a product or process. Also known as the Deming Wheel, or Deming Cycle, the concept and application were first introduced to Dr. W. Edwards Deming by his mentor, Walter Shewhart of the famous Bell Laboratories in New York (https://www.deming.org/theman/theories/pdsacycle).
The cycle begins with the “Plan” step. This involves identifying a goal or purpose, formulating a theory or plan, defining success metrics and putting a plan into action. These activities are followed by the “Do” step, in which the components of the plan are implemented, such as making a product or delivering a service with anticipated specific outcomes. Next comes the “Study” or “Check” step, where outcomes are monitored to test the validity of the plan for signs of progress and success, or problems and areas for improvement. The “Act” step closes the cycle, integrating the learning generated by the entire process, which can be used to adjust the goal, change methods or even reformulate a theory or plan altogether. These four steps are repeated over and over as part of a never-ending cycle of continual improvement.
Points of Contact
|Director of Business Development