SeaPort-e 2016 is an extension of the SeaPort-e contracting vehicle established in 2002 by the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO). Seaport-e provides a Multiple Award Contract (MAC) vehicle for NAVSEA Warfare Centers to procure performance-based services in an efficient and effective manner through a web-based e-business procurement portal. SeaPort-e customers will issue task orders through SeaPort-e across 22 functional services areas. Task Orders will be performed in accordance with Department of Defense Index of Specifications (DODISS) or other program documents specified within individual task orders.

ExecuSys provides a structured management approach, past performance managing and executing similar contracts, experienced and certified personnel, and commitment to quality and excellence in meeting requirements of SeaPort-e customers.

Contract Details

Contract Number N00178-16-D-8730
Applicable Zones Zone 4 – Gulf Coast
(Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida)
Services Offered Engineering, Technical, and Programmatic Support Services
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Service Experience No Task Orders Received to Date
Period of Performance 30-JUN-2016 through 04-APR-2019
Contract Ceiling $3.96 Billion
Task Order Types FFP
SeaPort-e Website
SeaPort-e PCO NSWC Dahlgren Division
17632 Dahlgren Road, Suite 157
Dahlgren, VA 22448-5110
ExecuSys POCs Jim Thomas
Program Manager
(321) 253-0077 x207
Eddie C. Haralson, Sr.
Contract Manager
(321) 253-0077 x204
SBA Socioeconomic Classification Small Disadvantaged Business
Team Members No team members proposed, subcontractors will be added


Task Orders

TO Number Title Award Date Potential Value Customer


Quality Assurance Program

ExecuSys assigns a Program Manager (PM) to each Task Order. The PM establishes relationships with the Seaport-e Task Order (TO) contracting officer, the technical liaison and other key stakeholders. The PM participates in the TO proposal development and is keenly aware of the TO requirements, proposed solution, integration points, and proposed costs. The PM assigns ExecuSys incumbent personnel to the TO and recruits additional personnel using ExecuSys’ Staffing Resource Management Plan to augment personnel requirements. The PM develops a project plan for each Task Order requirement and develops a Microsoft Project schedule using the ExecuSys CMMI project schedule template. The project plan and schedule include integration points with key stakeholders, vendors, and other systems depending on TO requirements. The PM resource loads the schedule and assigns tasks. Weekly meetings are held with team members to discuss task progress, identify any issues, and implement a corrective action plan for any anomalies. The PM will meet with the Seaport-e contract and technical POC’s weekly or at the frequency agreed upon with the customer to discuss project schedule, status, issues, risks, customer concerns, customer satisfaction level, and budget performance status. The PM will address any issues, implement corrective actions, and apprise the customer of status. Any issues, concerns, or delays will be reported to the Seaport-e customer and ExecuSys senior management. Corrective action will be recommended and executed upon approval of the Seaport-e Contracting Officer (CO) or technical representative.

ExecuSys manages projects using our SEI CMMI appraised process model. We implemented our CMMI process model on the Launch Operations Support Contract (LOSC) at the 45th Space Wing in 2012. We worked closely with our prime contractor’s Quality department to ensure our process model met the ISO 9001 requirements of the contract. ExecuSys leverages templates developed during implementation of our CMMI processes and procedures for successful project management including process documentation, Microsoft Project templates including all project phases, Integrated Project Management Workbook templates, Requirements Document shell, Design Document shell, Unit Test Plans, System Integration Test Plans, User Acceptance Test Plans, and Deployment Scripts. These templates are applied during the complete product lifecycle including development, testing, deployment, and operations and management.

This project management structure and approach provides corporate governance while delegating appropriate authority and autonomy to the PM to execute the project to meet customer requirements. Our project management processes coupled with our CMMI processes and procedures ensure delivery of high quality systems and services that meet requirements of our customer.