October 30, 2017

Navy SeaPort-e


Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7707

Eligibility: The Navy Systems Commands (Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR), Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), and Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)), Office of Naval Research (ONR), United States Marine Corps (USMC), and Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)

Contract Period: 9 years (05/01/2005 – 04/04/2019)

Contract Type: Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) – All contract types available

Program Description: SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas, including engineering, financial management, and program management.

Functional Areas:

EIS is qualified for all 22 Functional Areas (FAs) under SeaPort-e and is qualified to deliver services within all seven SeaPort-e zones.

  1. Research and Development
  2. System and Process Engineering
  3. Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
  4. Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making and Fabrication
  5. Systems Design Documentation and Technical Data
  6. Software Engineering and Development
  7. Reliability, Maintainability and Availability
  8. In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout
  9. System Safety Engineering
  10. Configuration Management
  11. Quality Assurance
  12. Information System Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT)
  13. Ship Inactivation and Disposal
  14. Interoperability Test and Evaluation Trials
  15. Measurement Facilities, Range and Instrumentation
  16. Acquisitions and Logistics
  17. Supply and Provisioning
  18. Training
  19. Human Factors, Performance and Usability Engineering
  20. Program Support
  21. Administrative
  22. Public Affairs and Media

Zones: Download Zone Map Here

Payment/Contract Terms:
EIS chooses to offer our clients our most aggressive pricing (all discounts factored in) upfront to provide consistency between task estimates to incurred costs.

Payment Terms: Net 30 days

For More Information: SeaPort-e

Contract White Paper

U.S. Navy SeaPort-e Task Orders

Task Order (TO) NumberTechnical InstructionNumberAward Date End DateOrdering ActivityZoneClient
N00178-05-D-4316-FG01N/A12/18/200812/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0101TI01/ TI0203/16/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0102TI0305/08/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0103N/A09/14/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0104TI0412/15/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0104TI0512/15/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0104TI0612/15/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0105N/A12/18/200912/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0106N/A01/28/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0107N/A02/02/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0108TI0703/17/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0109TI08/TI0903/31/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0110TI1004/30/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0111TI1106/18/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0112N/A07/19/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0113N/A07/25/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0114N/A08/24/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0115TI07A09/20/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0116N/A12/16/201012/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0117TI1203/28/201112/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0118TI1305/10/201112/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0119TI1407/14/201112/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0120N/A09/26/201112/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0121N/A03/14/201212/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0122TI1509/11/201212/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E
N00178-05-D-4316-FG0123TI1502/13/201312/18/2013NSWC IHD2RDT&E

U.S. Navy SeaPort-e Team Members

EIS welcomes strategic and Task Order (TO)-based partnerships with large and small businesses that can strengthen our capacity to meet Navy’s demand for high quality IT services. If you are interested in supporting this goal, please contact the Seaport-e Program Manager to discuss.

Prime Partners
Eastern Research GroupN00178-05-D-4305
Science Applications International CorporationN00178-05-D-4119
ALION Science and TechnologyN00178-04-D-4066
EHS Technologies CorporationN00178-05-D-4309
Enterprise Resource PerformanceN00178-05-D-4317
Maga Designnone
JL Herren AssociatesN00178-04-D-4062
KPMG, LLCN00178-05-D-4423

U.S. Navy SeaPort-e Points of Contact

Seaport-e Program Manager:
Robert Darlington

Client Satisfaction:
Vinod Goyal, President

U.S. Navy SeaPort-e QA Program

EIS is committed to deliver quality products and services as evidenced by our numerous awards and recognitions for innovation, exemplary service, and outstanding mission performance. Our ultimate goal is complete client satisfaction. We measure our quality through a record of accomplishments that achieve the stated mission, the absence of rework, delays, and overruns, and affirmative feedback from our clients.

EIS has incorporated best practices from each the following into a single corporate-wide Quality Management System (QMS):

  • Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  • Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
  • Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)

Thus, our quality extends beyond an inspection of the final product to an institutionalized integration of management, cost, and technical approaches that continuously fosters quality improvement. Usage of EIS’ QMS results in consistent, high quality, products, and services with clear problem resolution processes and procedures.

EIS has been externally assessed to:

  • ISO 9001:2015 certification
  • ISO 20000:2011 certification
  • ISO 27001:2013 certification
  • CMMI Level 3 appraised
  • ITIL v3 framework certification

EIS develops TO-specific Quality Surveillance Plans (QSPs) with measures and targets that establish measures and targets. By performing frequent assessments early in the project/TO lifecycle, EIS will maintain a high level of performance throughout the entire project/task. Moreover, the use of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in audits will ensure our performance data and documentation management support NAVSEA QA surveillance and accountability over contract resources.