SeaPort-NXG

Contract Information

SeaPort-NXG is an IDIQ multiple-award contract. It is the Navy's electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including engineering, financial management, and program management. SeaPort-NXG is available to the Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, the United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

TRAX Points of Contact

Contract

Name:  Aaron Cudnohfsky
Phone: 703-895-9095
Email: acudnohfsky@traxintl.com

Customer Service

Name: Alan Sagers
Phone: (702) 216-4474‬‬‬
Email: asagers@traxintl.com

TRAX Quality Assurance

At TRAX, our culture of quality performance is reflected in the strict and comprehensive Quality Control and Quality Assurance programs we develop and implement at all contract and project sites — each specifically tailored to meet the respective mission and contract requirements. Although the quality function is always the direct responsibility of the program manager, all employees are trained in quality assurance and quality control processes and expected to perform accordingly. Through the use of corrective and preventive action procedures, we are able to encourage quality performance at the lowest levels of the organization. This enables deeply-embedded issues to rise to the surface for analysis and resolution. Depending on contract requirements, TRAX uses either a dedicated or dual-hatted quality control manager (QCM) who reports directly to the program manager (PM). For larger contracts, the QCM has a dedicated QC support staff to review and audit all elements of project management and administration. Inspections and audits are conducted both randomly and on a scheduled basis by quality control and safety specialists, and CORs are invited to participate in this process. Operational issues that occur are documented through a web-based Quality Deficiency Reporting system, which provides an effective and automated tool for trend and failure analyses. Our open reporting methodology emphasizes our management policy of full partnering with our customers. All parties have access to the same information and can brainstorm solutions as a team.

TRAX Quality Processes

The TRAX quality approach includes every contract functional element and has specific responsibilities for every employee. Work processes for all contract scope of work elements are controlled by formal work instructions and standard operating procedures, which include process descriptions and flow charts, risk assessments and mitigation, safety considerations, training requirements, customer and TRAX metrics, reports, and resolution of non-conformances. Our Quality Management Plan includes regularly scheduled reviews, internal audits, process reviews, work instruction reviews, performance metrics, and tracking. Our Plan is structured to ensure the quality of ongoing operations and to raise the quality bar over time through continuous improvement. The end result is a continuous process improvement mechanism to deliver cost-effective services and products that consistently exceed our customers’ expectations.

TRAX Quality Certifications

The TRAX Quality Management Plan is based on industry-best practices of ISO 9001:2008 and Lean Six Sigma. Elements of AS9100 are incorporated for critical and complex processes in the aerospaceindustry. TRAX, at its own expense, has trained over 10 of its key senior leaders and managers in the principles of Lean Six Sigma. Joint Army and TRAX Lean Teams at Yuma have dramatically improved GSA vehicle services, visitor processing, test data management, and test set-up procedures. TRAX also supported the Lean Six Sigma process at WSMR. Our teams evaluated and improved Tracking Optics Operations and Media Services for this Army test facility.

TRAX Seaport-NXG Capabilities

TRAX and our SeaPort-NXG teammates provide qualified personnel,materials, facilities, equipment, test instrumentation, data collection, and analysis hardware and software and servicesto fully support NSWC and NUWC in the execution of their missions. We offer capabilities in all functional areas the SeaPort-NXG contract defines as described below.

  • Research and Development Support. This functional area consists of supporting the development and application of scientific and analytical disciplines to conduct fundamental research;scientific study and experimentation directed toward advancing the state-of-the-art or increasing knowledge or understanding; concept formulation;assessment of system and subsystem requirements; development, analysis, and evaluation of concepts, technologies, systems, and subsystems; and development of operational concepts and tactics with the end goal being the application of results to developing new or improving existing war fighting capabilities.
  • Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support. This functional area consists of supporting the application of engineering disciplines to technically support development of new warfighting capabilities and systems, technically support development of significant alterations to existing systems, support integration of existing equipment or software into different applications or platforms to support the warfighter, and support evaluation of foreign or non-developmental weapons systems, equipment, and technologies to satisfy existing requirements. Support is required for system and process engineering disciplines that systematically consider the requirements, synthesize and evaluate alternative concepts, identify a recommended selection, and generate a design and system specification.
  • Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support. This functional area consists of the application of a standardized, rigorous, structured methodology to create and validate a physical, mathematical, or otherwise logical representation of a system,entity, phenomenon, or process. The functional area involves the use of models,including emulators, prototypes, simulators, and simulators, either statically or over time, to develop data as a basis for making managerial, technical,strategic, or tactical decisions.
  • Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making,and Fabrication Support. This functional area consists of building,fabrication, testing, evaluating, and operating reduced and full-scale models,mock-ups, prototypes, pre-production units, and research and development(R&D) test tools of electronic and electro-mechanical systems and system elements. Fabrication and machining of replacement parts or equipment for fielded systems or platforms is included. This also includes the use of traditional materials as well as new composite materials.
  • System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support. This functional area involves the engineering effort required to prepare and assure that the detailed technical data documentation necessary to support system development reflects the latest design,configuration, integration, and installation concepts. Technical documentation may be in the form of paper, electronic (digital), or interactive computer systems.
  • Software Engineering, Development,Programming, and Network Support. This functional area consists ofapplying the engineering and scientific disciplines to perform technicalanalysis of, technically support development of or selection of hardware andcomputer software, to existing hardware and software for systems, test facilities, or trainingfacilities. This also consists of software engineering efforts and programmingrequired to technically support software implementation in systems,sub-systems, and components utilizing computers, electronics, and software.Planning, designing, coding, testing, integrating, supporting, and deliveringalgorithms, software (source code and executables), and computer programs arethe inherent activities of this functional area. Generally, the softwaredevelopment processes used for software development under this contract shallbe, as a minimum, assessed at Software Engineering Institute (SEI) CapabilityMaturity Model (CMM) Level 3 or equivalent, however the government may specifyother (either lower or higher) standards in individual task orders issued underthe contract.
  • Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering, scientific, and analytical disciplines to ensure systems and platforms RM&A requirements are integrated with the system design, development, and life cycle sustainment resulting in warfighting capabilities that function effectively when required, and that detection and correction of design deficiencies, weak parts, and workmanship defects that affect functionality are implemented.
  • Human Factors Engineering Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering, scientific, and analytical disciplines to ensure design of interactive systems are safer, more secure, and easier to use thereby reducing accidents due to human error, increasing system integrity, and enabling more efficient process operations.
  • System Safety Engineering Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering and analytical disciplines to ensure safety is considered in all aspects of design, development, operation, maintenance, and modification of systems and platforms.
  • Configuration Management (CM) Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering and analytical disciplines to identify, document, and verify the functional, performance, and physical characteristics of systems, to control changes and non-conformance, and to track actual configurations of systems and platforms.
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering and analytical disciplines to ensure the processes and products used in the design, development, fabrication, and manufacturing of products result in quality products.
  • Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support. This functional area consists of providing information system software analysis, requirements definition, design, development, test, modification, installation, implementation, quality assurance, training, and documentation to meet the evolving data storage and reporting needs of programs and management. The analysis of existing IT and IS databases, websites, and IT applications and recommendations for new or improved interfaces and improved management tools that meet new management requirements or improve management effectiveness and efficiency are included. Maintenance and technical support for local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN) outside the cognizance of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) apply to this area, in addition to the modification, implementation, and maintenance of web-based information systems and links. Other services include the development of website structure and preparation of documentation for population, implementation, and maintenance of websites; systems engineering and technical support for establishment, test, upgrade, and operational support of systems, networks, workstations, and support equipment hardware and software outside the cognizance of NMCI; IA analyses; and the development, recommendation, implementation, monitoring, updating, and maintenance of IA practices, procedures, equipment, algorithms, and hardware outside the cognizance of NMCI.
  • Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support. This functional area consists of technically supporting the submarine and ship inactivation and disposal program office to ensure critical equipment removed is safeguarded and destroyed in accordance with appropriate Navy instructions and directives. Services include providing direct liaison with the Shipyard and NAVSEA program office to ensure critical technology is not inadvertently transferred to foreign nationals or governments; ensuring proper documentation exists for the sale of excess materials from inactivated ships prior to sale by the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS); technical support of the demilitarization process for shipboard equipment using the Expanded Work Breakdown Structure (EWBS), Trade Security Controls (TSC), and Munitions List Items (MLI), all of which are used to determine the disposition of excess, not-ready-for-issue (non-RFI) equipment; and technically support the security classification requirements and guidelines for submarine and surface ship data and equipment necessary to assist in making decisions on sale issues.
  • Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, and Trials Support. This functional area consists of the application of engineering, scientific, and analytical disciplines necessary to ensure developed platforms, systems, and warfighting capabilities have been properly tested and that joint interoperability requirements have been fully met at all levels of their life cycle.
  • Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support. This functional area consists of applying engineering, analytical, and technical disciplines in the operation and support of measurement facilities, ranges, and instrumentation used for testing, evaluating, experimenting, and exercising platforms and systems.
  • Acquisition Logistics Support. This functional area consists of applying the engineering and analytical disciplines required to implement acquisition logistics as a multi-functional technical management discipline associated with the experimental development, design, development, test, production, fielding, sustainment, and improvement modifications of cost effective systems that achieve the warfighters’ peacetime and wartime readiness requirements. The principal objective of acquisition logistics are to ensure support considerations are an integral part of the systems design requirements, that the system can be cost effectively supported through its life cycle, and that the research and development facilities and infrastructure elements necessary to the design, development, initial fielding, and operational support of the system are identified, developed, acquired, and supported.
  • Supply and Provisioning Support. This functional area consists of applying the analytical and technical disciplines required to ensure research and development facilities, experimental and developmental systems, and fielded warfighting capabilities are materially sustained. The principal objective of this functional area is to ensure material for fleet operation and maintenance of systems is available when required, that materials are properly stored and transported, and inventories are managed in a cost-effective manner to sustain supported systems.
  • Training Support. This functional area consists of applying the engineering and analytical disciplines required to ensure the warfighter and technical support community is provided with adequate instruction, including applied exercises resulting in the attainment and retention of knowledge, skills, and attitudes regarding the platforms, systems, and warfighting capabilities they operate and maintain.
  • In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation, and Checkout Support. This functional area consists of the application of engineering, analytical, and technical disciplines and skills to establish and maintain long-term engineering, operation, and maintenance support for in-service warfighting capabilities as well as the capability to modernize or introduce transformational technologies into those capabilities.
  • Program Support. This functional area consists of applying the business, financial management, and technical disciplines required to support planning, organizing, staffing, controlling, and leading team efforts in managing acquisition programs such that the result places a capable and supportable system in the hands of the warfighter when and where it is needed, and does so at an affordable price. This functional area represents an integration of a complex system of differing but related functional disciplines that must work together to achieve program goals through development, production, deployment, operations, support, and disposal.
  • Administrative Support. This functional area consists of applying the clerical and administrative disciplines required for seamless operation of office and support functions.

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CACI

http://www.caci.com

POC: Krista Scott

(619) 881-5764
Capabilities: Broad range of program engineering services, IT and logistics support services and training support

Navigator Development Group, Inc (NDGI)

http://www.ndgi.com

POC: John DeWitt

(251) 650-4682
jdewitt@ndgi.com
Capabilities: Range O&M, T&E, M&A, IT and logistics support.

Westech International, Inc

http://www.westech-intl.com

POC: Joe Bonin

(505) 888-6666
jbonin@westech-intl.com
Capabilities: Engineering, Range O&M, T&E, logistics services

Vose Technical Systems (VTS)

http://www.vtsc.net

POC: Jim Drowski

(678) 640-9906
jimd@vtsc.net
Capabilities: Logistic and supply services, vehicle and equipment maintenance

Glacier Technologies LLC

http://www.glacier-tech.com

POC: Susan Musgrave

(505) 660-2974
susan.musgrave@glacier-tech.com
Range O&M, T&E, engineering services and training support

Tech Systems Inc (TSI)

http://www.techsystemsinc.net

POC: Anne Rohall

(703)924-0474
arohall@techsystemsinc.net
Logistics and supply support services, equipment and vehicle maintenance.

M&E Technical Services, LLC

http://www.metechservices.com

POC: Frank Pacheco

(859) 221-9232
fpacheco@metechservices.com
Vehicle and equipment maintenance, logistics and supply support services, training services

Anacapa Micro Products

http://www.anacapamicro.com

POC: Kenneth Marks

(800) 800-7056
marks@anacapamicro.com
IT services and procurement support

Veterans Enterprise Technology Services, LLC (VETS, LLC)

http://www.vet-techservices.com

POC: Tom Flannery

(520)495-0066
tflannery@vets-llc.com
Engineering services, Range O&M, logistics services and program support