Contract Overview

SeaPort-Enhanced (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, Military Sealift Command, Strategic System Command and the United States Marine Corps compete their service requirements amongst 3000+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders.

All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform.

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.

Simply stated, SeaPort-e provides an efficient and effective means of contracting for professional support services and enhancing small business participation.

Task Order Placeholder.

Denovo Solutions, LLC – Minority-Owned SDVOSB – 3.2.,3.5,3.6,3.8,3.10,3.11,3.12,3.14,3.16,3.18,3.19,3.20,3.21

AMSEC – Large Business – 3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,3.6,3.7,3.9 3.10,3.12

Global Technology Solutions, Inc. – Minority-Owned SDVSDB – 3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,3.6,3.7,3.9 3.10,3.12

intelliSolutions, Inc. – WOSB – 3.2,3.5,3.6,3.7,3.12,3.14,3.16,3.19,3.20,3.21,3.22

Radix Metasystems, Inc. – Small Business – 3.6

Thornberry Consulting, LLC – SDVOSB (Vietnam) – 3.1,3.2,3.3,3.5,3.6,3.7,3.12 3.16,3.19,3.20,3.21


Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.2.,3.5,3.6,3.8,3.10,3.11,3.12 3.14,3.16,3.18,3.19,3.20, 3.21 Subcontractor to ManTech and Northrop Grumman (IC Customer- BA6 ) IM&S, AMBIANCE, AMBULATE



Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.4,3.5,3.10,3.11,3.14 3.16,3.17,3.18,3.19 Norfolk Ship Support Activity (ESU Contract) N40025-08-D-8006



Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.5,3.6,3.12,3.19 Subcontractor to BAE Systems, (Customer AF Communications Agency) S05570DTS3
3.5,3.6,3.12,3.16,3.19 Subcontractor to CWS (Customer DISA) CWS-DISA-ISS-1A
3.5,3.6,3.11,3.12,3.19 Subcontractor to SAIC (Customer DISA) P010009612, TO 0037



Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.2, intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with Booz Allen Hamilton Global Command and Control Systems (PMW 150)
3.6, 3.7,3.14,3.16 SPAWAR Tactical Networks Program Office (PMW 160)
3.2,3.20 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with companies including Booz Allen Hamilton and Systems Technology Forum (STF) Communications Systems Program Office (PMW 170)
3.2,3.19,3.20,3.21 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with Booz Allen Hamilton Surface Ship Integration Program Office (PMW 760)
3.2,3.6,3.12 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Undersea Warfare Platform Integration Program Office (PMW 770)
3.2,3.20 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with Booz Allen Hamilton Shore Network and Major Afloat Platforms Integration Program Office (PMW 790)
3.2,3.6 SPAWAR SPAWAR Directorate for Logistics (SPAWAR 4.0)
3.2,3.5,3.12 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed wit companies including Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and Northrop Grumman SSC Pacific Codes 551, 53, 56 and 59
3.2,3.20,3.21 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with companies including Booz Allen Hamilton, Sentek Global, and SRA International Joint Technical Networking Center (JTNC)
3.2,3.5,3.16,3.20 intelliSolutions, inc. has teamed with Vector Planning Services Inc. (VPSI) PEO, Space–Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) Program Office (PMW 146)
3.2,3.22 NAVSEA/SPAWAR Offices of the Chief Engineer (NAVSEA 05 and SPAWAR 5.0)



Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.6 Bit Systems, A Six3 Systems Company FADE



Functional Area Organizations Supported Supported Program
3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.12, 3.16, 3.20, 3.21 Colorado IC Customer TechSIGINT Mission Support H98230-11-C-0016
3.3,3.6,3.7,3.20,3.21 IC Customer Test Range/ H98230-06-C-0629
3.2,3.6,3.10,3.11,3.12,3.18,3.19 Subcontractor to Booze Allan and Hamilton (BAH) under the TEAM WEAVER program TEAMWEAVER formerly DESOTO H98230-08-C-0657
  • 3.1 Research & Development Support
  • 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 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 Training Support
  • 3.19 In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation, and Checkout Support
  • 3.20 Program Support
  • 3.21 Functional and Administrative Support
  • 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

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Quality Control Policy
DeNovo Solutions operates under a rigorous corporate quality policy that governs our development and business practices. We maintain a comprehensive set of corporate Quality Control (QC) processes and procedures to ensure that each project delivers superior products and services to our customers. Utilizing proven and documented quality processes ensures that all deliverables are developed with an emphasis on quality. Quality control is a continuous process, starting with the issuance of a task and ending with the final product. Quality control is an integral part of every step in our business process.

Quality Control Experience
DeNovo Solutions experience involves applying standard procedures to monitor and control project tasks. These procedures are reviewed and refined in response to changing program requirements, lessons learned, and advances in management tools and techniques. Tasks are managed in a manner that anticipates, identifies, and addresses potential quality issues before they result in unsatisfactory performance. This is achieved by regular contact with our client’s at critical phases of the project and through reviewing progress, schedule, and deliverables on a planned basis. Our system is tested and a proven quality control process that monitors and reviews all deliverables.

Quality Control Planning
Quality must be viewed on an equal level with project scope, time and cost. Quality can be said to determine the success of the project. For example, if a project is completed within the scope, time and cost parameters, yet the stakeholders feel the quality is insufficient, the project will not be considered successful. Quality Planning is the pro-active process of identifying which quality standards are relevant to the project, what project items will be measured for quality, and gathering buy-in from the stakeholders of reasonable quality outcomes. The planning stage also sets the basis for reporting quality metrics and trends, the path for discussion of the quality results and implementing subsequent, if needed, changes. Since quality is planned, designed, and built in – not inspected in – it makes sense to plan quality from different stakeholder perspectives. The initial planning consists of key stakeholders to review and discuss the project requirements, lead resources for quality tasks and high level quality expectations. This is necessary to obtain key stakeholder buy-in and elimination of assumptions.

Quality areas include:
Functionality – What degree does the system perform its intended functions and features? System Outputs – What is the quality and interpretation of outputs? Performance – Does the system or service perform at the expected level? Reliability – What is the ability of the product or service to perform as expected under normal conditions? An often overlooked objective of quality planning is preventing, rather than discovering inadequacies. Prevention can take the form of removing requirements misunderstandings, quality thresholds and early viable compliance, resolving design errors with modeling and prototypes, updating and communicating documentation regularly, and properly judging resource skills and abilities. The following tasks are performed during QC planning:

    1. Research relevant quality standards and requirements
    2. Assemble quality team
    3. Create Project Quality Management Plan (QMP) including quality checklist through project life cycle
    4. Quality team review of the Project Quality Management Plan (QMP)
    5. Make changes to the plan
    6. QMP to key stakeholders for review and sign-off

Quality Control Performance
Performing quality control (QC) involves monitoring specific project results to determine whether they comply with relevant quality standards and identifying ways to eliminate causes of unsatisfactory results. QC is performed throughout the project. Quality standards include project processes and product goals that are reflected in the project’s Quality Management Plan (QMP). Project results include deliverables and project management results, such as cost and schedule performance. The following tasks are performed to fulfill the QC process:

    1. Collect and evaluate quality control measurements
    2. Identify process, product, service, or result nonconformance
    3. Recommend corrective and preventive actions
    4. Validate defect repair(s), as applicable
    5. Document and Archive QA reports, change requests, corrective actions and CCB meeting notes


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