Seaport

The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and its Warfare Centers, which are responsible for the acquisition of all US Navy ship and shipboard systems, targeted a reduction in the cost of services for its headquarters Directorates, Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and field activities. As the first major step towards achieving this goal, NAVSEA embarked on a business process re-engineering effort to maximize the efficiency and economy of support service procurement. This effort, collectively referred to as SeaPort, took a three pronged approach; the award of multiple award contracts (MAC) with innovative contracting provisions, the launch of a web based commercial e-procurement portal solution, and the development of www.seaport.navy.mil to serve as the entry point to the portal.

Under SeaPort and SeaPort-e, NAVSEA service requirements can now be covered under these central vehicles in which prequalified contractor teams compete for NAVSEA work. This new structure represents a partnership between NAVSEA and industry to provide services while demonstrating savings. These two sets of indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ), MAC contracts provides for a NAVSEA wide, consistent procurement process which allows NAVSEA to leverage quality control and work requirements for its Directorates, PEOs, and field activities.

Learn More at: http://www.seaport.navy.mil/Home/FAQGeneral.aspx#whatis

Mission critical technologies, inc.

In June 2006, MCT was privileged to be awarded a Prime Contract on Seaport-e for Zone 6. MCT is woman owned, small business with its corporate offices located in El Segundo, California. Established in 1993, MCT has provided engineering, scientific, technical, clerical and professional services to government and commercial customers. Staffing, recruitment, administration and management are MCT’s core competency with strong emphases on Information Technology and Physical Sciences. MCT also has expertise on task order contracts which include robotics engineering, aeronautic design principles, cognitive architecture, software development, web development, clerical services, curriculum development and training, project management and an array of business analysis, technical and professional projects.