ASSETT Inc., a small business prime, was awarded a contract on April 5, 2004 under the NAVSEA SeaPort-e Program, for providing engineering, technical and programmatic support services. A team of experienced companies has been assembled to address the requirements of the SeaPort-e contract. The Team is capable of satisfying activities in 6 of the 7 zones and 11 statement of work functional areas. ASSETT’s Team is dedicated to providing skilled personnel and leveraging the best of both Government and Commercial technologies and expertise in fulfilling contractual requirements.

Seaport Enhanced Team Members

ASSETT, Inc.
Small Business Prime. Established in 2001. Has Offices in Zones 2 and 4. Holds contracts in Zones 1 and 2. ASSETT has personnel with the expertise and skills that result from supporting NAVSEA/Warfare Centers since the 1970s. Its knowledge and experience base covers all submarine classes, all submarine sonar systems and the AN/BSY-1, AN/BSY-2, and VIRGINIA Class combat systems. Strong in systems engineering and life cycle systems support, ASSETT also has the seasoned management personnel to provide solid prime and subcontract program management.  The ASSETT team has access to over 300 individuals that can be applied to this IDIQ task order work effort. This contract identifies 24 key individuals, who have proven leadership and expertise in the 12 functional areas. Fourteen of these individuals have over 20 years of experience supporting the Navy in the design, development, production, and support of products and systems. Members of this team have led major initiatives within the Navy such as the transition to open systems and the use of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) technologies. They have also defined innovative approaches for upgrades such as the Advanced Processing Build (APB) process and supportability such as that used for the Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion Program.
Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.
Established in 1998. Has offices in Zones 1 – 4 and 6. Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc., a certified 8(a) Veteran-owned Small Business, was ranked Number One as the fastest growing small business in the Defense sector for 2003 by INC. magazine. With ten offices geographically dispersed across the United States (California, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico, Colorado, Hawaii, Texas, Rhode Island, and Virginia), Epsilon employs a highly professional and technically diverse workforce. Major service areas include applied technologies, modeling and simulation, management, energy and environmental, communications (C4ISR), marine engineering, systems engineering, information technology, e-learning and training, and multimedia. Epsilon’s clients include NUWC, PEO Submarines, SPAWAR, SUPSHIPS, FTSCPAC, SUBPAC, Office of Naval Research, NAVFAC, NAVSESS, USCG, DOE and DMSO.
MACROsystems
Established in 1991. Has offices in Zone 7. MACROsystems is a premier web development and IT services firm that is certified by the Small Business Administration as a Small-Disadvantaged Business and as an 8(a) contractor. MACROsystems is also a Microsoft Certified Partner with an experienced team of Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers and Certified Solution Developers. MACROsystems provides technology services, web development, database development, design, marketing and IT support to many government agencies such as the Air National Guard, the Department of Navy, Microsoft, and Washington Lottery among others.
nLink Corporation
Established in 1995. Is a Woman Owned Small Business. Has offices in Zone 7. nLink is an IT company supporting non-DoD government customers for e-government architecture/application integration, e-authentication design, development, integration, implementation, and LAN/WAN design, operations, and maintenance. In addition, nLink is a key subcontractor to EDS for NMCI in the Pacific Northwest.Progeny Systems
Established in 1995. Has offices in Zones 1, 2, and 6. Holds contracts for Zones 1 and 2. Progeny Systems Corporation provides high quality services to the United States Navy, Air Force, DARPA, and corporate customers. Progeny’s management and technical staff average 15 years’ experience with NAVSEA/Warfare Centers.
Rite-Solutions
Established in 2000. Is an Employee Owned Small Business. Holds contracts in Zones 1, 2, and 4. Has a strong base in commercial systems, software development, and Navy programs. Rite-Solutions has demonstrated technical and management expertise in research and development, systems engineering, software engineering, modeling, simulation, analysis, Information System (IS) development, Information Assurance (IA), Information Technology (IT), interoperability, test and evaluation, trials support, training, fleet introduction, installation and checkout, program support, and administrative support.

Contract Scope Experience

The ASSET NAVSEA SeaPort-e Contract covers Zones 1 – 4 and 6 – 7 and offers eleven functional areas which demonstrate a background of solid past performance and skilled resources that provide both depth and breath and are as follows:
3.1  R&D Support
3.2  Engineering, System Engineering & Process Engineering
3.3  Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation and Analysis Support
3.4  Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model Making & Fabrication Support
3.5  System Design Documentation & Technical Data Support
3.6  Software Engineering, Development, Programming & Network Support
3.12  IS/IA/IT
3.14  Interoperability, Test & Evaluation, Trials Support
3.16  Acquisition Logistics Support
3.18  Training Support
3.20  Program Support
The zone definitions as specified are illustrated in the following geographical map. The ASSETT Team has offices and/or Warfare Center contracts in Zones 1 – 4 and 6 – 7 and has the ability to support NAVSEA/Warfare Centers in these zones. Our significant technical credentials provide the level of experience required by the Navy.
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Quality Assurance

ASSETT, Inc. is committed to delivering quality products to all of our Government and Commercial customers.  To provide a consistent and effective quality program, ASSETT has implemented the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM) level 2 processes and procedures. Included in these procedures is the ASSETT Quality Assurance Manual. Highlights of the ASSETT quality assurance program include:

  • Appointment of a Quality Assurance Manager that reports directly to the ASSETT President and is responsible for quality assurance activities within ASSETT
  • ASSETT Executive Quarterly project/quality reviews of all company operations (metrics are used as appropriate to provide a qualitative assessment of quality)
  • Quality review of all formal customer deliverables (Quality Assurance Manager reviews of each contractual deliverable) Separate quality assurance plans for major projects
  • Quality training (including on the job and process training as required)
  • Customer satisfaction (resolution of customer complaints)