SeaPort-e Multiple Award Contract Vehicle
FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA – July 7, 2016 – Logapps LLC has been awarded the SeaPort-e contract. SeaPort-e is available for use by 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).
Solicitation Number: N00178-16-R-4000
Prime: SeaPort-e contract holder since July 1, 2016.
- National Capitol (Zone 2)
- Gulf Coast (Zone 4)
- Southwest (Zone 6)
SeaPort-e Functional Areas:
Our team possesses a wealth of technical expertise across seven of the 22 functional areas:
|3.2||Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Process Engineering Support||Logapps
|3.3||Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support||Logapps|
|3.12||Information System Development, Information Assurance, and Information Technology Support||Logapps
|3.21||Functional and Administrative Support||Logapps|
Task Order Awards: No TOs currently have been awarded at this time.
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Logapps' Quality Assurance Program:
Logapps’ number one objective on the SeaPort-e contract vehicle is to ensure that our performance meets and exceeds our customers’ requirements. We have incorporated a Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) through our established ISO 9001:2008 quality standards. Our QAP is based on lessons learned and best practices on our other program support contracts. Our staff will use proven management policies and documented quality control procedures that ensure contract compliance, risk mitigation, and deficiency detection and correction.
Logapps LLC is an experienced contractor with a strong understanding of acceptance standards and inspection procedures, are we are accustomed to tracking and reporting requirements, activities, and outcomes. QA will be an integral part of every task order through the entire performance period. Our Program Manager, Ed Spriggs, will be the lead in implementing the Team’s QAP.
The objectives of our SeaPort-e QAP are as follows:
- Establish the requirements and standards
- Involve all staff in quality monitoring
- Integrate quality control processes in all applicable tasks
- Quickly detect existing and potential deficiencies
- Resolve problems through active management participation
- Continuously review past performance and implement systemic improvements
The QAP we propose is designed to meet the challenges of performing in a DoD program support environment. We achieve quality of services and deliverables at the contract level primarily through procedural processes, where personnel assigned at the task level ensure the services and deliverables conform to contract requirements. We achieve quality work through staff competence, training, supervision, and accurate definition of requirements. The end products and services must be error-free, validated, and produced in consonance with time and budget considerations, integrating cost savings initiatives whenever possible. We will clearly define the responsibility and authority of personnel performing quality functions. Our QA approach begins with a plan, then encourages exceptional individual performance by staff through training and incentive programs. The key elements that allow us to maintain maximum Quality Assurance are the same for management and staff:
- Understand the requirements of the Task Order
- Understand the established quality standards of the requirements
- Monitor performance through established methods and channels
- Correct deficiencies
- Improve performance proactively
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