ASSETT’s services can be accessed through the contract vehicles below, for a spectrum of systems and software engineering services ranging from technology planning to SONAR enhancements. Our commitment to collaboration ensures a simple process for commercial customers as well as DoD and federal agencies.
GSA Alliant Small Business Contract
ASSETT, Inc. is a partner company in the Creative Alliant Joint Venture, holder of a GSA Alliant Small Business contract. Information on GSA’s Alliant Small Business Government Wide Acquisition Contract may be found at www.gsa.gov/alliantsb
Seaport Enhanced II
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) mandated Seapower 21 as a means to meet the need for a more effective and cost-efficient Navy. To meet the objectives of Seapower 21 and increase procurement efficiency, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Warfare Centers established the SeaPort Enhanced II (SeaPort-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) vehicle. SeaPort-e uses a web-based, e-business procurement portal as the vehicle for processing future Engineering, Financial and Program Management contractor support services.
ASSETT, Inc. currently holds a contract with Seaport NXG. “SeaPort” is the electronic procurement tool by which all Navy and Marine Corps contracting offices can obtain services through competitive and efficient means. “SeaPort NxG” is both the electronic module within the SeaPort Portal as well as the set of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) that is available for use in conducting competitive procurements among its vendor participants.
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Awards
ASSETT is a highly-valued SBIR-winning small business known for its innovative solutions and high transition rates from Phase I onward. DoD recognized ASSETT with the prestigious Tibbets Award, which recognizes a small business that made a visible technological impact on the socio-economic front and exemplifies the very best in SBIR achievements. Award winners are selected based on the economic impact of their technological innovation, and the extent to which that innovation served federal R&D needs, encouraged diverse participation, and increased the commercialization of federal research.
Phase I: 20% Award rate
Phase II: 80% Transition rate