Engineering, Technical, and Programmatic Services
- Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
- Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)
- Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
- Military Sealift Command
- Strategic Systems Program (SSP)
- Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
- Office of Naval Research
- Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
- US Marine Corps
Contract Period of Performance:
19 December 2008 through 4 April 2019 (including award term options)
$38 Billion (including award term options)
Available Order Types:
CPFF, CPIF, CPAF, FFP, FPIF
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.
NSWC Dahlgren is the Seaport-e Contracting Office; however, each activity will release their own RFPs.
Quality Assurance Program
H2 believes in taking a systems view of quality to provide a comprehensive framework for quality management by performing a structured analysis of potential quality issues and the identification of explicit links among inputs, processes, and outcomes. The systems view helps to identify process elements that are often overlooked and have the capability of resulting in poor performance. This also provides the basis for supporting the integration of quality awareness throughout the process cycle vice only at the inspection points. The foundations of our quality monitoring system are standards. Standards can appear in a variety of forms, such as contract specifications, administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, best practices, and benchmarks. H2 adopts standards that are able to be followed with available resources, based on standard quality management practices, and clearly communicated such that they are understood in the same way by everyone concerned, minimizing misinterpretation. Data collected through monitoring provides a way to compare performance with standards, both at a specific point in time and over a period of time. The results of our quality monitoring also help us to determine causes for deviation from standards and identify areas for improvement.
In order to ensure an effective quality monitoring system H2:
- Includes data collections as a routine activity that is integrated into project planning
- Data is collected regularly and over applicable time periods, so trends in the indicators can be monitored
- Data is used to identify the presence and causes of issues that can result in poor performance
- Data is used to guide management decisions
- Collects information on inputs (structure) and outcomes and also focuses on processes
Point of Contact:
Dwayne Green, CISSP
VP of Business Development and Technology
WHO WE SUPPORT
At H2, we've had the opportunity and pleasure to work with many great organizations.