In 2002, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) promulgated Sea Power 21 to provide a framework to align, organize and integrate the U.S.
Navy to meet the wide variety of challenges that lie ahead. To meet Sea Power 21 objectives and to increase efficiency, the NAVSEA Warfare Centers established the Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) vehicle. This contract vehicle utilizes a web-based, e-business procurement portal, to facilitate performance-based service acquisition, leverage buying power, improve business intelligence and reduce cycle time. In October 2004, the Virtual SYSCOM Commanders formalized an agreement to expand the ordering community of Seaport-e to include all Virtual SYSCOM activities and to leverage the success of SeaPort-e in achieving the aforementioned objectives across the Virtual SYSCOM. Additionally, other Navy activities, including the Military Sealift Command, Strategic Systems Programs, and the United States Marine Corps have chosen to use Seaport-e.
RGS Seaport-e Prime
The RGS Team provides professional program management, logistics, engineering, and financial services in the seven functional areas in the Statement Of Work (SOW).
- Contract Name: Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e)
- RGS Prime Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7896
- Contract Period of Performance: 04 April 2014 through 4 April 2019
- Contract Place of Performance: Six (6) Geographic Zones
- Sponsor: NAVSEA
- Program Ceiling: $53 Billion
- Contract Type: IDIQ
- Type of TOs: CPFF, CPAF, FFP and FPIF
- 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 (MSC)
- Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
- Strategic Systems Programs (SSP)
- Office of Naval Research (ONR)
- Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
- United States Marine Corps (USMC)