SEAPORT NEXT GENERATION (SeaPort-NxG) NAVAL CONTRACT VEHICLE

SeaPort Next Generation or SeaPort-NxG is the U.S. Navy’s contract vehicle of choice to procure all future engineering, technical, logistics, program management and financial support services. The SeaPort-NxG 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-NxG platform.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The SeaPort-NxG marketplace provides end-to-end government to contractor support for the procurement of services from the definition of requirements to contract close-out in a completely paperless and secure environment. The portal is web-based allowing requirements to be defined and proposals to be solicited, submitted, and evaluated from any location. The Task Order Request for Proposal (TO RFP) is published for competition to prime contractors qualified in the functional area that the work is to be performed. Legally binding digital signatures, which have been defined by the electronic processes, are used to execute task orders. Finally, solicitations, task orders and other contract documents are captured in an electronic resource library to provide models for future procurements.

In general, customers identify in what area the work is to be performed, create their standard solicitation package and upload through the SeaPort-NxG portal. Through the portal, the TO RFP is published for competition to those prime contractors qualified in the functional area where the work is to be performed. Prime contractors, qualified in that area, submit their proposals through the SeaPort-NxG portal for evaluation. The Customer evaluates the proposals, and makes an award. SeaPort-NxG has effectively streamlined the acquisition process, with a typical task order being awarded in less that 4 months from RFP release.

SCOPE:

SeaPort Next Generation, or SeaPort-NxG, is the U.S. Navy’s contract vehicle of choice to procure all future engineering, technical, logistics, program management and financial support services.  Craig Technologies is a SeaPort-NxG prime contract holder in both engineering and program management functional areas and has over 20 supporting team members.

The scope includes engineering and technical services such as Research and Development (R&D) support, systems engineering, modeling and simulation, prototyping, system design and documentation, software engineering, CM and Quality Assurance (QA) support, IT support, Test and Evaluation (T&E) support, training, and administrative support.

NAVY SEAPORT-NxG CONTRACT DATA:

Vehicle Type

Contracting Agency

Eligible Users

Craig Technology Role

Government User Fee

Task Order Types

Contract End Date

Contract Number

Ceiling

Single Agency, Multiple Award Contract (MAC)

U.S. Navy, NAVSEA

U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps

PRIME Contractor

None

CP FP T&

01/02/24

N00178-19-D-7423

21 Billion

POC

PROGRAM MANAGER

Carol Craig
carol.craig@craigtechinc.com
Ph. 321.613.5620

CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR

Mike Austin
mike.austin@craigtechinc.com
Ph. 321.613.5620

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

Charlie Huffine
charlie.huffine@craigtechinc.com
Ph. 321.613.5620

Craig Technologies ensures the quality of the products and services we provide in a performance-based contracting environment using fleet business best practices. Our established Quality Control Plan (QCP) will be customized for each task and will be compliant with applicable standards.

These QCP’s will define the techniques, procedures and methodologies that will be used for applying Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Control (QC) to Task Orders. Monitoring methods such as Inspections, Document Reviews, Customer Surveys and Audits will be used to ensure that Team Craig is performing the services satisfactorily as they relate directly to critical performance objectives.

QUALITY POC

Colleen Watson Picco
colleen.watsonpicco@craigtechinc.com
Ph. 321.613.0615