SeaPort-e

Systems Research Group, Inc. (SRG) is a SeaPort-e prime contractor (N00178-15-D-8446) authorized for zones 2 (National Capitol), 3 (Mid-Atlantic), 4 (Gulf Coast), and 6 (Southwest). The SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) multiple award contract (MAC) offers a full range of professional, technical and administrative services in support of the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps.

The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized means of issuing competitive solicitations amongst a large and diverse community of approved contractors, as well as a platform for awarding and managing performance-based task orders. This unified approach allows SeaPort-e service procurement teams to leverage their best work products, practices, and approaches across the Navy’s critical service business sector.

 

TASK ORDERS:

None at this time

 

TEAM MEMBERS:

Systems Research Group, Inc. (Prime)

Systems Research Group, Inc. (SRG) is a small, veteran owned business providing multi-discipline services, engineering and technical support in communications and information systems technology.  For more than 25 years, SRG personnel have been providing turn-key systems planning, program management support, and technical expertise to customers in both government and industry.

Functional Areas:
3.2 – Engineering, System Engineering & Process Engineering Support
3.3 – Modeling Simulation, and Analysis Support
3.5 – System Design Documentation & Technical Data Support
3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support
3.7 – Reliability, Maintainability and Availability (RM&A) Support
3.10 – Configuration Management (CM) Support
3.11 – Quality Assurance (QA) Support
3.12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
3.14 – Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
3.15 – Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
3.16 – Logistics Support
3.18.1 Technical Training Support
3.18.2 – Professional Development and Training Support
3.19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
3.20 – Program Support
3.21.1 – Clerical and Administrative Support

 

Booz Allen Hamilton (Sub)

Booz Allen has provided strategy and technology services to the Department of Navy for over 60 years as follows:

IT Transformation, Strategy and Design. Technical and functional expertise in systems development, engineering and management to provide support through every phase of the information technology life cycle, including world-class design and engineering services.

Program Management and Defense Acquisition Support. Technical and functional expertise in technology, engineering, and management-integrate sound management principles with the most appropriate technologies to assist Government leaders in effectively managing programmatic, schedule and technical risks. Booz Allen’s life cycle management services address every aspect of the program management and acquisition process.

Functional Areas:
3.1, 3.3, 3.5, 3.12, 3.16, 3.1, 3.21 – On Demand Life Cycle Product Support for Warfighter Programs, Functional Areas
3.20, 3.21 – PMW 170 Program Management, Functional Areas
3.2, 3.20, 3.21 – JTRS Program Management and Systems Engineering Support, Functional Areas

 

Altron Inc. (Sub)

For over 20 years Altron been providing award-winning IT solutions and business services to various departments within the federal government, reflecting our success and commitment to improving the business of our clients. Altron works both directly with the federal government and as a subcontractor to the major systems integrators and government contractors through the SeaPort-e, EAGLE, ITSS-4 and GSA contract vehicles.

Functional Areas:

3.1 – Research and Development Support
3.2 – Engineering, System Engineering & Process Engineering Support
3.3 – Modeling Simulation, and Analysis Support
3.5 – System Design Documentation & Technical Data Support
3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support
3.7 – Reliability, Maintainability and Availability (RM&A) Support
3.8 – Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
3.9 – System Safety Engineering Support
3.10 – Configuration Management (CM) Support
3.11 – Quality Assurance (QA) Support
3.12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
3.13 – Inactivation and Disposal Support
3.14 – Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
3.15 – Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
3.16 – Logistics Support
3.17 – Supply and Provisioning Support
3.18.1 Technical Training Support
3.18.2 – Professional Development and Training Support
3.19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
3.20 – Program Support
3.21.1 – Clerical and Administrative Support
3.21.2 – Analytical and Organization Assessment Support
3.21.3 – Most Efficient Organization (MEO) Teaming Support Services (executed in compliance with Circular No. A-76 dated 29 May 2003
3.22 – Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

 

Scientific Research Corporation (SRC) (Sub)

Scientific Research Corporation is an advanced engineering company that was founded in 1988 to provide innovative solutions to the U.S. Government, private industry, and international markets. Since its inception, SRC has continued to successfully meet emerging challenges in the marketplace and consistently deliver the highest quality products and technical services to its customers.

SRC’s business activities are focused on a broad range of information, communications, intelligence, electronic warfare, simulation, training, and instrumentation systems. With corporate headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and engineering offices located across the U.S., SRC is dedicated to a full range of engineering, integration, testing, support, and research and development activities. SRC laboratories and test facilities reflect state-of-the-art technology and mirror both commercial and defense operational environments.

Functional Areas:

3.1 – Research and Development Support
3.2 – Engineering, System Engineering & Process Engineering Support
3.3 – Modeling Simulation, and Analysis Support
3.5 – System Design Documentation & Technical Data Support
3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support
3.7 – Reliability, Maintainability and Availability (RM&A) Support
3.8 – Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
3.10 – Configuration Management (CM) Support
3.11 – Quality Assurance (QA) Support
3.12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
3.14 – Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
3.16 – Logistics Support
3.17 – Supply and Provisioning Support
3.18.1 Technical Training Support
3.18.2 – Professional Development and Training Support
3.19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
3.20 – Program Support
3.21.1 – Clerical and Administrative Support
3.21.2 – Analytical and Organization Assessment Support
3.21.3 – Most Efficient Organization (MEO) Teaming Support Services (executed in compliance with Circular No. A-76 dated 29 May 2003
3.22 – Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

 

QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN:

Direct Work — Reports are prepared each month, which accumulate the actual costs incurred in performing the work and the actual work accomplished at the lowest level of the functional, and physical work organizations at which management responsibility was assigned. The actual cost and progress is compared to the baseline plan cost and progress on performance reports, which identify deviations from the plan. These performance reports identify to all levels of management, areas that need further attention.

Deviations from plans or variances, which exceed defined thresholds, require a response from the responsible manager. This response is made in the form of a report which relates the results of the responsible manager’s analysis of the cause of the variance, an assessment of the impact of the variance if no change is made and a recommended plan of action to achieve improved performance. The next higher management level reviews each variance analysis in order to ensure that the analysis is complete and that the corrective action plan is reasonable. If the variance is significant, the correction action plan will be developed through the planning process and integrated into the project baseline and forecast plans as appropriate. All levels of management on each succeeding month’s performance reports monitor the effectiveness of corrective action plans.

Indirect Work – SRG maintains a review and audit cycle by independent auditors to ensure that internal overhead, general and administrative processes are being properly implemented. These reviews are also performed by various government oversight organizations such as the Defense Contracts Audit Agency (DCAA) and the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). When a finding in fact of a material deficiency is reported to SRG, the cognizant manager is tasked for corrective action and/or policy change review. After each such audit, summary reports are created for senior management review.

 

POINT OF CONTACT:
William Wojtkowski – Director of New Business Development
Phone: 843-296-5997
Email: wojtkowskiw@sysresgrp.com