SeaPort-e Contract

In 2002, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) promulgated Sea Power 21. It provides a framework to align, organize and integrate the U.S. Navy to meet the wide variety of challenges that lie ahead. The CNO called upon the Navy’s Systems Commands (SYSCOMs) and associated Warfare Centers (WCs or ‘Field Commands’), to find ways to become more efficient and effective. To meet Sea Power 21 objectives, and to increase efficiencies, these entities have aligned to provide seamless integrated support for twelve core Product Area Directorates.
In the Seaport Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC), these entities have established a mechanism to work efficiently and effectively across the entire Navy Enterprise to acquire Engineering, Technical, and Programmatic Support Services. These Services span twenty-two (22) Functional Areas, the twelve core Product Area Directorates, and cut across two seven (7) geographic zones.
Graham Technologies and its subcontractor partners are proud to be part of the SeaPort-e Team. Graham has over 9 years of experience supporting the DoD, delivering innovative capabilities to support the mission of the warfighter and we look forward to offering our services on the SeaPort-e contract vehicle.

Graham Technologies Points of Contacts

Contract Administrator
William Graham
9701 Apollo Drive
Suite 411
Largo, MD 20774
Phone: (240) 764-7902
Customer Satisfaction
LaToya Graham
9701 Apollo Drive
Suite 411
Largo, MD 20774
Phone: (240) 764-7901

Contract Information

Contract Number: N00178-16-D-8765
Award Period: 30-JUN 2016 – 04 APR 2019

Zones Awarded

2. Northeast
3. Mid Atlantic
4. Gulf Coast
5. Midwest

Task Orders

A list of the last 3 years of SeaPort-e experience to be provided upon Task Order award.

Graham Tech Quality Assurance Plan

Graham Tech performs an iterative process and performance Quality Assurance throughout the service development process by collecting quality metrics, including compliance traceability, completeness, consistency, accuracy, simplicity, and modularity. Additionally, we perform risk management to address risks and identify resource constraints. The Quality Management Plan (QMP) is enforced through regular quality audits prescribed by the MAP. Personnel performing the audits are independent of those directly responsible for the audited activity. Audit results are recorded and brought to the attention of personnel accountable for taking timely corrective actions. Follow-up audit activities verify and record the implementation and effectiveness of corrective actions. To ensure accuracy, the schedule is updated regularly to provide accurate size, cost, and schedule estimates to correctly assesses and communicate current project status, while also analyzing and presenting key process indicators, process deficiencies, and problem resolutions.

The Graham quality management process ensures that the activities of each Program or Project are designed to satisfy quality requirements. This process consists of working closely with programs, project managers and stakeholders to verify that all of the requirements and expectations have been addressed in the Program or Project before execution begins. A QMP is then developed, either as part of the Project Management Plan (PMP) or as a separate document, addressing the specific quality objectives of the Program or Project. The QMP outlines the quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) procedures that will be used by the Graham Technologies Team to ensure that work associated with the Project or Program is completed successfully and meets customer expectations. Any potential or actual problems in meeting the requirements of the PWS are identified, and are communicated with the Government during regular and formal meetings, or on-demand as needed.

Team Members

DB Consulting Group
DB partners with government and commercial clients in the aeronautics, defense, education, health, homeland security, housing, justice, and social programs arenas. DB offers the following areas of expertise: Information Technology and Security

  • Health and Clinical Services, including Program Planning and Development, Research and Policy Studies, Health Communications and Social Marketing, and Health Informatics
  • Program Management and Support
  • Peer Review and Grants Management
  • Research and Evaluation

DB employs more than 400 professionals with a corporate headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland and eight satellite and client-site offices located across the country.

Founded in 2008, Epsilon is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing global technology support and deployment services from offices in Asheville, NC and Washington, DC. Epsilon provides design, configuration and implementation of network and systems solutions. Epsilon has experience applying both industry standard and out-of-the box computer systems engineering analysis. We provide discipline to the design, development, testing and deployment of the most complex and mission-critical hardware and software systems used by government and the military.
Since 2002, KeyBridge Technologies, a HUBZone small business, has been providing innovative business solutions to assist organizations in optimizing assets, knowledge, and service. We are a dynamic company with corporate experience, a dedicated staff, and a proven record of accomplishment for ensuring customer satisfaction. KeyBridge’s success lies in the character of our organization and the people who make up our corporate team, our customers, and our partners.

KeyBridge offers a full spectrum of information technology and management services, including web development, database development, programming, media/learning center support, systems development, and electronic commerce. KeyBridge works with clients to determine the optimal methodology and development tools that best address the business processes of the organization. KeyBridge’s staff has extensive experience utilizing techniques from the Project Management Institute, the Dynamic Systems Development Method, Unified Modeling Language, Unified Process, and other methodologies.

Functional Area Highlights
3.2 – Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
3.3 – Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
3.4 – Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
3.5 – System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
3.6 – Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network 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
3.14 – Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
3.19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
3.20 – Program Support
3.21 – Functional and Administrative Support

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