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. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from amongst the diverse population of large and small businesses and their approved team members. All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform. Since nearly 85% of its contract–holders are small businesses, the SeaPort-e approach to acquiring services provides opportunity that fuels the Nation’s engine of job growth.
Simply stated, SeaPort-e provides an efficient and effective means of contracting for professional support services and enhancing small business participation. I encourage you to navigate through this website to learn more about SeaPort-e and our industry partners. The Navy conducts rolling admissions to allow new industry partners the opportunity to participate. Updates to the Rolling Admissions schedule are posted on this website.
Contract Number: N00178-12-D-6829
Contract Period of Performance: 12 July 2012 through 04 April 2014
- National Capital
- Gulf Coast
Available Order Types: Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursable
Point of Contact: Mary Crawford – Founder & President, 412.823.0400
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), 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.
The SeaPort-e Macs contain scope in the 22 areas listed below:
- Research and Development Support
- Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
- Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
- Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
- System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
- Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
- Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
- Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
- System Safety Engineering Support
- Configuration Management (CM) Support
- Quality Assurance (QA) Support
- Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA) and Information Technology (IT) Support
- Inactivation and Disposal Support
- Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
- Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
- Logistics Support
- Supply and Provisioning Support
- Training Support
- In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
- Program Support
- Functional and Administration Support
- Public Affairs and Multimedia Support
NSWC Dahlgren is the Seaport-e Contracting Office. However, each activity will release their own RFPs.
Government SeaPort-e Site:
FAQs for Government Users:
The CRAWFORD Team
Michael Baker Jr. Corporation
Functional Areas 1-22
Baker (NYSE Amex: BKR), founded in 1940, provides professional engineering and consulting services for public and private sector clients worldwide.
The Company’s markets of focus include architecture, aviation, defense, environmental, geospatial, homeland security, municipal & civil, oil & gas, rail & transit, telecommunications & utilities, transportation, urban development, and water. Services span the complete life cycle of infrastructure and managed asset projects, including planning, design, construction services, asset management, and asset renewal.
With more than 3,200 employees in over 100 offices across the United States and internationally, Baker is consistently ranked by Engineering News-Record among the top 10% of the 500 largest U.S. design firms.
Task Order Awards
The following is a current list of all current Task Order Awards.
N00178-12-D-6829 – JM01
Mid-Atlantic Zone (3)
Quality Management Plan
Crawford Consulting Services’ quality policy is a statement of the goals, objectives and standards that we regard as essential to achieving our mission to provide unparalleled full construction consulting services for our clients, ensuring a high standard of quality, timeliness, and responsiveness. These goals are reflected in our mission statement and in our long-term vision for the future.
Ms. Crawford founded Crawford Consulting Services, Inc. (CRAWFORD) in 1993 and we are an award winning 100% Woman-Owned Small Business, a graduate of the 8(a) Program, and a Self-Certified Small Disadvantaged Business headquartered in East Pittsburgh, PA. We provide a wide range of construction-related services ranging from pre-construction through occupancy, including cost estimating / cost engineering, economic analysis, value engineering / value analysis, contract support services, CPM scheduling, quality assurance / quality control, construction inspection, planning, project management, construction management, and owner’s representation. We maintain a professional staff of approximately 40 seasoned construction veterans whose years of experience on construction projects of all types and magnitudes ensure that our clients receive the knowledge and skill they have come to expect.
CRAWFORD regularly reviews all operations, procedures, projects and personnel to ensure that we are continually performing at optimum levels. Minutes are kept for each quality control meeting and a record of any actions or issues is kept for review at future meetings. A record and plan is also kept of any actions taken by all CRAWFORD personnel. The CRAWFORD Quality Control Plan is implemented on every construction project undertaken. CRAWFORD completed an IDIQ Contract for full and part-time QA Inspection Services for the United States Coast Guard (USCG) under contract number: HSCG47-09-D-3EFK15. Our services involved functioning as the day-to-day Government’s representative at the job site which include monitoring and checking construction field work to verify that it meets the requirements of project documents, drawings, and specifications with respect to location, details of work, quality of materials and workmanship. As the Construction Inspector on 15 projects sites CRAWFORD is responsible for assuring conformance with the contract terms and provisions (including safety plan, and quality control plan) and assuring that sufficient progress is being made to complete the project in accordance with approved project schedule. We have provided on-site monitoring throughout the duration to assure that in-place construction reflects the work required by the plans, specs, and contract documents on 18 task orders.
To effectively provide any of the services required, CRAWFORD is able to offer our client highly skilled and experienced management who have been together for close to 20 years, the ability to coordinate our staff throughout the country, and Quality Management Software to ensure our workers are not overly committed. We maintain a highly-skilled team of construction professionals with certifications including Certified Construction Managers, Certified Professional Estimators, Certified Cost Consultants, Certified Cost Engineers, Associate Value Specialists, and LEED Accredited Professionals with expertise on projects of all types and magnitude. We help simplify the procurement process for contracting officers and project managers because we specialize in construction management, cost estimating, quality assurance / quality control, inspection, staff support and scheduling. CRAWFORD, as a woman-owned small business, assists agencies in meeting small business utilization goals.
Quality Planning is provided up front. Quality Assurance and Quality Control are continuous over the life of the project.
CRAWFORD has developed our QMP under the Plan-Do-Check-Act methodology as described below:
We plan for and build quality into our work at each step in the process. We use a systematic planning process to identify the customer’s quality goals; develop an effective plan and processes to achieve those goals, and measure our attainment of the quality objectives. We help our customers to express their desired outcomes in objective, quantitative terms. We communicate with our customers to ensure mutual understanding of standards and processes. It is essential that the project team, which includes the customer, understand the costs and benefits of selected quality standards and the processes to be used to achieve mutual objectives. We identify appropriate standards and determine how to achieve them. We consider the risk factors and complexity of each project, and adapt processes to provide the requisite level of quality. We consult, advise, and reach consensus with the customer before we do work. We use value engineering when it serves to increase the quality of our projects. The product of the planning phase is the project management plan (PMP).
We then do the work according to approved PMPs and documented procedures. Our procedures are developed and documented with sufficient detail to ensure that actions are performed correctly and completely each time. Project and program execution is a dynamic process. The Team must communicate and adapt to changing conditions and modify project plans to ensure project objectives are met. Quality management consists of executing a well conceived and continually updated PMP.
We perform sufficient independent technical review, management oversight, and verification to ensure that we meet the quality objectives documented in the PMP. Team members periodically check performance against the plan and verify sufficiency of the plan and actual performance to meet or exceed agreed-on objectives. After, action reviews are conducted to facilitate sharing of lessons learned. Findings are shared with the project teams and other personnel to facilitate continuous improvement.
We take specific corrective actions to remove the systemic cause of any nonconformance, deficiency, or other unwanted effect. We improve quality through systematic analysis and refinement of work processes. The process of continuous quality improvement leads to the refinement of the overall quality system. Quality improvements include appropriate revisions to quality management plans, alteration of procedures, and adjustments to resource allocations.