USN Awards 391 Contractors

Thursday, May 24, 2007
The U.S. Navy is awarding indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contracts to 391 contractors that will provide for their competition for service requirements solicited by Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Strategic Systems Programs, and the United States Marine Corps. The 22 functional service areas within the scope of the contracts include

1. Research and Development Support.

2. Engineering System Engineering and Process Engineering Support.

3. Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support.

4. Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support.

5. System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support.

6. Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support.

7. Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability Support.

8. Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support.

9. System Safety Engineering Support.

10. Configuration Management Support.

11. Quality Assurance Support.

12. Information System Development, Information Assurance, and Information Technology Support.

13. Inactivation and Disposal Support.

14. Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support.

15. Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support.

16. Logistics Support.

17. Supply and Provisioning Support.

18. Training Support.

19. In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support.

20. Program Support,

21. Functional and Administrative Support. and

22. Public Affairs and Multimedia Support. These contracts are in addition to the existing 892 contracts previously awarded under the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) acquisition program for services procurements. The government estimates a maximum of $5,300,000,000 of services will be procured per year via orders issued under the SeaPort-e multiple award contracts. The awards have a two-year base period with one five-year award term and one additional three-year award term. These contracts were competitively procured via the Navy Electronic Commerce Online, with 399 offers received and 391 contracts awarded. Contract funds will be obligated at the time of task order award and as such, multiple funding types (with varying expiration dates) may be used, consistent with the purpose for which the funds were appropriated. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, Dahlgren, Va. is the contracting activity (N00178-07-D-4920 through N00178-07-D-5310).

The list of contractors involved are: 4Ward Sciences Inc., Encinitas, Calif.; A&H Technologies, Inc., Ocean Springs, Miss.; A. Harold and Associates, LLC, Jacksonville, Fla.; A.T. Kearney, Inc., Chicago, Ill.; Abbott On Call dba AOC, Incorporated, Vienna, Va.; ABSG CONSULTING INC., Arlington, Va.; Acelsior, Inc., Wash. D.C.; ACTA, Inc., Torrance, Calif.; ActioNet, Inc, Fairfax, Va.; Adams Communication & Engineering Technology, Incorporated, Waldorf, Md.; ADC Engineering Technology, Inc., Gardena, Calif.; ADI Technologies, Mclean, Va.; Advanced Aviation Products LLC, Kennesaw, Ga.; Advanced C4 Solutions, Inc., Tampa, Fla.; Advanced Information Services Inc., McLean, Va.; Advanced Integrated Systems, Santa Barbara, Calif.; Advanced SW Technologies, LLC, Chesapeake, Va.; Advanced Technologies and Laboratories International, Inc., Germantown, Md.; Advantage Development, Westlake, Ohio; Advetco LLC, Fairfax, Va.; Aegis Federal LLC, Seattle, Wash.; Aero Simulation Inc, Tampa, Fla.; Aerotek, Inc., Elkridge, Md.; Affordable Engineering Services, Totowa, N.J.; Altruistic Technologies, Inc., Solana Beach, Calif.; Ambient Control Systems, Inc., El Cajon, Calif.; Ambit Group LLC, Reston, Va.; American Competitiveness Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.; American Technical Services, Glendale, Calif.; Amron Corporation, McLean, Va.; Amtec Corporation, Huntsville, Ala.; Analytical Research, LLC, Wash. D.C.; ANGLE Inc., Springfield, Va.; Antaeus Systems LLC, Wash. D.C.; AOC Applied Technologies Corporation, Chantilly, Va.; Apextech, LLC., Arlington, Va.; Apollo Professional Solutions Inc, Haverhill, Mass.; Applied Computing Technologies, Inc. (ACT), Falls Church, Va.; Applied Knowledge Group Inc., Reston, Va.; Applied Operations Research, Inc., Del Mar, Calif.; Applied Quality Communications, Inc., Oxon Hill, Md.; Applied Resources, Inc., Arlington, Va.; Applied Solutions Incorporated, Reston, Va.; Applied Technology, Inc., King George, Va.; ARA, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Architecture Systems & Technologies, Moss Point, Miss.; Armada Companies, LLC, Petaluma, Calif.; Arrowpoint Corporation, Alexandria, Va.; Artisan Electronics, Inc., Gosport, Ind.; ASAAW Group, LLC, Ashburn, Va.; ASC Group, Inc., Falls Church, Va.; Asynchrony HUBZone LLC, St. Louis, Mo.; Atlantic CommTech Corporation, Virginia Beach, Va.; Atlantis Systems America, Orlando, Fla.; Atlas Executive Consulting, LLC, Mt Pleasant, S.C.; Aviation Training Consulting, LLC, Altus, Okla.; Avid Technology Professionals, Laurel, Md.; AVUM Inc., Malibu, Calif.; BAI Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Bart & Associates, Inc., McLean, Va.; Bay Systems Consulting, Inc., Oakland, Calif.; BCF Solutions, Inc, Chantilly, Va.; Bering Straits Aerospace Services, Anchorage, Alaska; Bernardo Technical Services Inc., San Diego, Calif.; BETAH Associates, Bethesda, Md.; Black Laboratories, L.L.C., Newport News, Va.; Blackhawk Consulting Group, LLC, Bellevue, Wash.; BrainWaves, Inc., Johns Island, S.C.; Brockwell Industries, Petersburg, Va.; BTAS, Inc.dba Business Technology & Solutions, Beavercreek, Ohio; BTP Systems LLC, Ludlow, Mass.; Burr Business Solutions, LLC (BBS), Camp Hill, Pa.; C & A Solutions LLC, El Cajon, Calif.; C4I & Space Consulting, LLC, La Jolla, Calif.; CALNET Inc., Reston, Va.; Calvert Systems Engineering, Owings, Md.; Cape Henry Associates, Virginia Beach, Va.; Capgemini Government Solutions LLC, Herndon, Va.; Cartert-Lambert LLC, Landover, Md.; CCG, LLC dba Compass Contracts Group, EASTON, Md.; CellExchange Federal, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; Celtic Technologies, Inc., Middletown, Md.; CenTauri Solutions, Alexandria, Va.; Centech Group Inc, Arlington, Va.; CenterScope Technologies, Inc., Elkridge, Md.; CGW Technologies, Inc., Great Mills, Md.; Chesapeake Technology International Corporation, California, Md.; Client Solution Enterprises LLC, Warrenton, Va.; Cline-Morin Associates, Inc., Huntsville, Ala.; Coleman Group, Inc., Lanham, Md.; CommIT Enterprises, Hughesville, Md.; Compumatics Inc dba Compumatics Group, Vienna, Va.; Comtech LLC, Vienna, Va.; Conserv Incorporated, Rockville, Md.; Consolidated Cordage Corporation, Boca Raton, Fla.; Copper River Information Technology, LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; CORTEK, Fredericksburg, Va.; Cousins & Associates, Inc., Mechanicsville, Va.; Cowan & Associates, Inc., Arlington, Va.; CPS Professional Services, LLC, Fairfax, Va.; Cryptek, Inc., Sterling, Va.; CTI Resource Management Services Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.; CyberBest Technology, Orlando, Fla.; CYIOS Corpp, Wash. D.C.; DC Maritime Systems, Alexandria, Va.; DEFTEC Consortium , Kapolei, Hawaii; Dell Federal Systems, L.P., Round Rock, Texas; Delta Consulting Group, Inc., Eads, Tenn.;; DePaul Industries, Portland, Wash.; DeVine Consulting, Inc., Union City, Calif.; Digiflight Incorporated, Wash. D.C.; Dimension4, Inc, Bremerton, Wash.; Diverse Technologies Corporation, Upper Marlboro, Md.; DJR Associates, Inc., Frederick, Md.; DMJM H&N, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif.; DPRA Incorporated, Knoxville, Tenn.;; DQSI Corp, Covington, La.; Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, Mass.; DSCI, Eatontown, N.J.; Dynamic Science Inc., Phoenix, Ariz.; DynCorp International LLC, Fort Worth, Texas; Eagle Applied Sciences, LLC, San Antonio, Texas; Eagle Group International, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.; EM Solutions, Arlington, Va.; EM-Assist, Inc., Folsom, Calif.; EMW, Inc., Herndon, Va.; ENCIN Technologies, INC., San Diego, Calif.; Engineering Management Integration, Herndon, Va.; Enlightened, Inc., Wash. D.C.; Enterprise Information Services, Inc., Vienna, Va.; Environmental Consulting & Training Services (ECATS), Knoxville, Tenn.;; eScience & Technology Solutions, Inc, Charleston, S.C.; ESHGroup, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; e-Source Technologies, Inc., Bethesda, Md.; ESRG Government Services, LLC, Virginia Beach, Va.; Evolvent Acquisition Corporation, Falls Church, Va.; EWA Information and Infrastructure Technologies, HERNDON, Va.; Executive Leadership Group, Inc., Wheat Ridge, Colo.; Expeditionary Technical Solutions(ETSI), Oceanside, Calif.; Facchina Global Services, LLC, La Plata, Md.; Fairmount Automation, Inc., Newtown Square, Pa.; Farrow and Associates, Inc., Williamsburg, Va.; Federal Technology Solutions Inc, Irvine, Calif.; Finbar Technologies, Pensacola, Fla.; FreightDesk Technologies, Inc, McLean, Va.; Fulcrum Corporation, Fairfax, Va.; Futron Incorporated, Lorton, Va.;GBS Group, Virginia Beach, Va.; Gemini Tech, LLC, Waipahu, Hawaii; General Infomatics, Inc., Springfield, Va.; Geographic Information Services, Inc. (GISi), Birmingham, Ala.; Geomorph Information Systems, LLC, San Diego, Calif.; Global Business Solutions, Inc., Pensacola, Fla.; Global Enterprise Management Solutions, L.L.C., Lorton, Va.; Global Management Systems, Inc, Wash. D.C.; GMG Management Consulting Inc, Laurel, Md.; Gnostech, Inc., Warminster, Pa.; Goldbelt Hawk, LLC, Yorktown, Va.; GovSource, Inc., Herndon, Va.; Grey Beard Systems, Inc Highlands Ranch, Colo.; GuideSoft, Inc. dba Knowledge Services, Indianapolis, Ind.; H&S Resources Corporation, Crownsville, Md.; Hana Group, Inc, Philadelphia, Pa.; Harbor Wing Technologies, Inc., Seattle, Wash.; Harris Corp dba Harris Gov Comm Systems, Palm Bay, Fla.; HART Technologies Inc, Manassas, Va.; Haztrain Inc dba Global Secure Training, White Plains, Md.; HCH Enterprises, LLC, East Providence, R.I.; HERDT Consulting, Inc., Chelsea, Ala.; Hodges Transportation, Inc., Silver Springs, Nev.; Horton Technical Associates, Inc., Las Cruces, N.M.; i3Tech Data Solutions, Inc., Oceanside, Calif.; Imedia.it, Inc., Houston, Texas; INDUS Corporation, Vienna, Va.; Info Soft Systems Inc, Potomac, Md.; InfoReliance Corporation, Fairfax, Va.; Information Design, Bremerton, Wash.; Information Dynamics International, Laurel, Md.; Information Management Resources, Costa Mesa, Calif.; Information Network Inc., Lanham, Md.; Information Research Corporation, Weston, W. Va.; Information Systems Professionals, Inc., Camarillo, Calif.; Innovative Decisions, Inc., Vienna, Va.; Innovative Logistics Support ILSS, New Orleans, La.; Innovative Productivity, Inc. dba NST Center, Louisville, Ky.; Innovative Technology Systems, Highlands Ranch, Colo.; Instant Data Technologies, San Antonio, Texas; Integrated Communication Solutions, Inc. (ICS), Frederick, Md.; Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc., Montgomery, Ala.; Integrated Solutions Inc, Holmdel, N.J.; Integrated Systems Technology & Telecommunications, Columbia, S.C.; Intelligent Decisions, Inc., Ashburn, Va.; intelliSolutions, inc., San Diego, Calif.; Interoptek, Inc., Huntsville, Ala.; IPG Solutions, San Diego, Calif.; Iron Shield Inc, Reston, Va.; ISI Professional Services, Wash. D.C.; ITA International LLC, Yorktown, Va.; IZ Technologies, Inc, Dulles, Va.; Jaggy, Inc., Wash. D.C.; JBI Technologies, Annapolis, Md.; KASEMAN Corp dba ALEX-Alternative Experts, Inc., Chantilly, Va.; Kay & Associates, Inc., Buffalo Grove, Ill.; KAYA Associates, Inc., Huntsville, Ala.; Ki Ho Military Acquisition Consulting, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; KJ and Associates, LLC, California, Md.; KMS Solutions, LLC, Vienna, Va.; Knowledge, NOWLEDGE ENGINEERS, INC., Alexandria, Va.; Kros-Wise, Incorporated, Escondido, Calif.; KSJ & Associates, Inc., Falls Church, Va.; KT Consulting Inc., ANTIOCH, Calif.; Larry Green and Associates, La Mesa, Calif.; LATEOTT Inc, Bremerton, Wash.; Leading Technologies Inc., Davie, Fla.; Liberty Business Associates, North Charleston, S.C.; Logical Apps, Inc., Irvine, Calif.; Logis-Tech, inc., Manassas, Va.; Louisiana Center for Manufacturing Sciences, Shreveport, La.; LTI DataComm, Inc., Sterling, Va.; Lunarline Inc, Wash. D.C.; MACTEC Engineering and Consulting Inc., Alpharetta, Ga.; Maden Technologies, Arlington, Va.; MagnaCom, Huntsville, Ala.; Marshall Communications Corporation, Ashburn, Va.; MATHTECH Inc., Falls Church, Va.; MDA Technologies, LLC, Woodbridge, Va.; Media Box Studios, Warrenton, Va.; Mercury Data Systems, Inc., Greensboro, N.C.; METHODS Technology Solutions, Inc., Baton Rouge, La.; MetroStar Systems Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Micro Systems Integration, Inc., Pawcatuck, CT; MicroTech, LLC, Vienna, Va.; MSS Services, Inc., Germantown, Md.; Mystikal Solutions, LLC, San Antonio, Texas; N2N Tech Solutions, LLC, San Antonio, Texas; Nakuurug Solutions LLC, Anchorage, Alaska; Namtra Business Solutions (NBS), Reston, Va.; NanoTech, LLC, Annandale, Va.; Nathan Kunes Inc. (NKI), Coronado, Calif.; NCI Information Systems Inc, Reston, Va.; Nekton Research, LLC, Durham, N.C.; Networking Technologies and Support, Inc., Midlothian, Va.; New Age Systems, Inc, Alexandria, Va.; New Technology Management, Reston, Va.; New World Associates, Fredericksburg, Va.; NextGen Aeronautics, Torrance, Calif.; NicTec, Virginia Beach, Va.; n-Link Corporation, Bellevue, Wash.; NMR Consulting, Annapolis, Md.; Novus Consulting Group, Manassas, Va.; NS Software Services, Pensacola, Fla.; Omega Systems, Inc., Phoenix, Ariz.; OMEGA Training Group, Inc, Columbus, Ga.; Opal Soft Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif.; OPTECH, LLC, Detroit, Mich.; Optimal Technologies International LLC (OTI),Orlando, Fla.; Orca Maritime, Inc., Imperial Beach, Calif.; Orion Solutions, LLC, Jacksonville, Fla.; Overlook Systems Technologies, Inc., Vienna, Va.; Pacific LLC National Research And Emer Serv dba AMARCOR, Ewa Beach, Hawaii; PAL Services, O'Fallon, Mo.; Paramount Solutions, Inc, Roswell, Ga.; Paratusec, Brunswick, Maine; PatchPlus Consulting Inc., Medford, N.J.; Patriot Financial Solutions (PFS), San Diego, Calif.; Patrona Corporation, Sterling, Va.; Paw Printz Solutions, Inc., Bowie, Md.; PBM Associates, West Creek, N.J.; PCCI Inc., Alexandria, Va.; PeopleTec, Inc., Huntsville, Ala.; Performance Management Consulting, Inc., McLean, Va.; Pilar Services, Inc, Laurel, Md.; Pioneer Technologies, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Planning and Learning Technologies, Inc, Arlington, Va.; Port Tobacco Consulting, LLC., La Plata, Md.; Potomac Management Group, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Potomac-Hudson Engineering Inc., Bethesda, Md.; Prairie Quest Consulting, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Prism Maritime LLC, Virginia Beach, Va.; Procentrix Inc, Reston, Va.; Professional Data Dimensions, Indianapolis, Ind.; Professional Management Enterprises, Indianapolis, Ind.; Professional Project Services (Pro2Serve), Oak Ridge, Tenn.;; Professional Systems Associates, Inc., Panama City, Fla.; Prokor, Inc., Falls Church, Va.; ProLogic, Inc., Fairmont, W. Va.; Prosolutions, Inc, Boca Raton, Fla.; PSC Technology, Inc, Virginia Beach, Va.; QinetiQ Inc., Arlington, Va.; Qnexis Inc ,Herndon, VA ; Qsys Ltd., Arlington, Va.; Quantum Professional Services, San Diego, Calif.; Radiance Technologies, Inc., Huntsville, Ala.; Rapid Deployable Systems, Inc., North Charleston, S.C.; Reality Technology, Inc., Denver, Colo.; RECON Environmental, Inc., San Diego, Calif.; ReMilNet, LLC, Ponte Vedra, Fla.; Renaissance Sciences Corporation, Chandler, Ariz.; Rex Systems Incorporated, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Rhinocorps Ltd Co, Albuerquerque, N.M.; RISE International, LLC, Herndon, Va.; RMGM Corporation, Northport, N.Y.; RMT Spectrum Associates, Inc. (RMT), Bowie, Md.; Roccomar, Inc., Brookeville, Md.; Roy D. McQueen & Associates, Ltd., Dulles, Va.; RS Information Systems, Inc., McLean, Va.; RSBP, LLC, Hollywood, Md.; S and K Technologies, Saint Ignatius, Mont.; ScenPro, Inc., Richardson, Texas; Science and Technology Research, Douglassville, Pa.; SCL Services, LLC, Mount Pleasant, S.C.; Secure Infrastructure Solutions Corporation, Fairfax, Va.; Sedna Digital Solutions, LLC, Fairfax, Va.; Sextant Engineering Technologies, Irvine, Calif.; SNVC, LLC, Fairfax, Va.; SoBran, Inc., Dayton, Ohio; Soft Concept Inc., Fairfax, Va.; SoHaR Inc, Culver City, Calif.; Solutions 4, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio; Solvern Innovations, Glen Burnie, Md.; SP Systems, Inc., Greenbelt, Md.; SPADAC Inc., McLean, Va.; SpecPro Technical Solutions, LLC, San Antonio, Texas; Spiral Technology, Inc., Lancaster, Calif.; Spry Methods, Inc., Rosslyn, Va.; Staff Tech, Inc., Folsom, Calif.; Strategic Computer Solutions, Syracuse, N.Y.; Strategic e-Business Solutions, Inc., Bethesda, Md.; Strategic Operations, Inc., San Diego, Calif.; Summit Technical Solutions, LLC, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Sunset Design, Oxnard, Calif.; Sympora Technologies, Oxon Hill, Md.; Synergy Software Design, LLC, Ellicott City, Md.; SynExi, LLC, Clifton, Va.; Synnovative Consulting, Alexandria, Va.; Syntronics LLC, King George, Va.; Systalex Corporation, Rockville, Md.; System of Systems Analytics, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Systems and Proposal Engineering Company (SPEC), Marshall, Va.; Systems Engineering Support, San Diego, Calif.; SYTRONICS, Incorporated, Dayton, Ohio; T.J. Incorporated, Christmas, Fla.; T3W Business Solutions, LLC, El Cajon, Calif.; TARVOS Systems, Inc, La Jolla, Calif.; TechFlow, Inc., San Diego, Calif.; Technical Data Analysis, Inc., Falls Church, Va.; Technology Solutions, Inc., Lexington Park, Md.; Technology Unlimited Group, San Diego, Calif.; Tec-Masters, Incorporated, Huntsville, Ala.; Tek Source USA Inc, Tampa, FL ; Tekla Research, Woodbridge, Va.; Test & Evaluation Solutions, LLC, Warrenton, Va.; TFC, LLC., Ft. Washington, Md.; Thomas Group, Inc., Irving, Texas; Thornberry Consulting, LLC, Mount Airy, Md.; Tikras Technology Solutions Corp, Alexandria, Va.; TimeWise Management Systems, Celebration, Fla.; TKC Technology Solutions, Fairfax, Va.; Total Resource Management, Inc., Alexandria, Va.; Totemic Business Solutions, LLC, Richmond, Va.; Toyon Research Corporation, Goleta, Calif.; Transformation Systems Inc., Blacksburg, Va.; Trident Information Services International Inc, Moraga, Calif.; Tridentis, LLC, Wash. D.C.; Tri-Force Consulting Services, Lansdale, Pa.; Tritek Services Inc., Las Cruces, N.M.; Twin-Soft Corporation, Alexandria, Va.; UMAKRIS CONSULTANTS, Del Mar, Calif.; Universal Consulting Services, Inc., Fairfax, Va.; Universal Technical Resource Services, Cherry Hill, N.J.; USfalcon, Inc, Morrisville, N.C.; Vaughn Management and Services, Inc., Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Veda Associates, Inc., Roswell, Ga.; Veraxx Engineering Corporation, Chantilly, Va.; Versar, Inc., Germantown, Md.; Veteran Enterprise Technology Services, LLC, Fairfax, Va.; VIATEQ Corporation, Fort Washington, Md.; ViGYAN, Inc., Williamsburg, Va.; Vision Systems & Technology, Inc., Ellicott City, Md.; Vista International Operations, Huntsville, Ala.; Visual Solutions, Inc., Jacksonville, Fla.; Vitality, LLC, Wash. D.C.; VSolvIT, LLC, Newbury Park, Calif.; Vulcan Wireless, Carlsbad, Calif.; W. A. Swartz & Associates, Hagerstown, Md.; Walsh Analytics, San Diego, Calif.; Windsor Continental Corporation, Alexandria, Va.; Xcalibur Software Inc., Suite 510, Va.; XtremeConcepts Systems, Arlington, Va.; and Zapata Engineering, Charlotte, N.C.

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