Seaport Team

  • Acquired Data Solutions, Inc. (ADS) is a full-service systems engineering and software development company with cleared staff.  The company’s expertise centers on data acquisition, machine vision, process control, and product testing automation.  ADS solutions include both custom software (LabVIEW, C++, Visual Basic, real-time, and embedded) and hardware (analog and digital board design, layout, fabrication, and assembly) integrated with COTS test and measurement equipment. Additional competencies include biochemical, sensors, ballistics, radar, battery, radio, lasers, and electronic warfare testing.
  • DDL OMNI Engineering, LLC, is an engineering and technical services company with an ISO 9001:2008 registered quality management system. DDL OMNI’s services include systems engineering and analysis, materials and structures engineering, design and prototyping, operations research, information technology, program management and acquisition support, logistics engineering, distributed simulation and wargaming, environmental services, and award-winning web design and development services. The company is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in Virginia Beach, Virginia; Newport, Rhode Island; Norwich, Connecticut; and San Diego, California. Personnel also serve at government facilities in Washington, D.C.; White Sands, New Mexico; West Bethesda, Maryland; Newport, Rhode Island; San Diego, California; Groton, Rhode Island; and Pearl Harbor , Hawaii. With more than 40 years’ experience supporting NAVSEA, NUWC Newport, NSWC, and Carderock, DDL OMNI serves as the prime contractor for this Seaport Enhanced contract.
  • Advanced Information Systems Group (AISG) is an Orlando-based, Small Disadvantage Business (SDB) specializing in high technology training, modeling/simulation support services, and system integration. With multiple geographically dispersed locations that include Department of Defense (DoD) secure facilities, AISG was established and awarded SDB 8(a) Status in 1991 to provide training, expert design, development, engineering, and technical support of advanced technology programs to DoD and other Federal, state, and local agencies. AISG has expertise in program management, including planning and control, financial management, data management, integrated logistics support, systems engineering, acquisition management, instructional systems development, independent validation and verification, and life-cycle support of information management systems and training/simulation systems. AISG is the prime contractor responsible for the production, delivery, and integration of a variety of quality training devices/products to support the Royal Saudi Naval Forces. AISG also provides the Military Sealift Command (MSC) with training systems management; instructional systems development; and analysis, design, development, and implementation of classroom, computer-based training, intra/internet, and web-based training.
  • Founded in 1979, AEPCO, a large company with 350 personnel. AEPCO offers extensive analytical, management, engineering and technical support services, and its capabilities span those disciplines related to development, acquisition and life cycle support of equipment, systems and platforms. Supporting NSWC Dahlgren/White Oak since 1989, currently, AEPCO’s most significant contract support is being provided in the ASW program area.
  • Aerotek, Inc. provides a wide range of technical staffing support to industries that include aerospace and defense, aviation, automotive, civil/geotechnical, construction, field services, power, oil and gas, transportation and distribution, healthcare, clinical, scientific, manufacturing, architecture and engineering, electronics, and medical device. Aerotek currently has approximately 50,000 contract employees working with thousands of clients globally. With more than 23 years’ experience, Aerotek has the ability to support mission areas across the Virtual SysCom including but not limited to the following: Warfare Systems; Ships and Ship Systems; Machinery Systems; Combat Systems; Electronic Warfare and Littoral Warfare Systems; Undersea Warfare (USW) Weapons and Vehicles; Undersea Warfare (USW) Ranges, Analyses, and Assessments; Undersea Warfare (USW) Fleet Material Readiness; Shipboard Networks; Defense and Homeland Security; Quality and Material Readiness Assessment; Logistics Support Analysis; and ILS Planning and Management.
  • The primary mission of Airak is to design and manufacture cost-effective optical transducer and system solutions for the commercial and military electrical power measurement industries. Airak's optical current sensor technology establishes an enabling platform for real-time energy-flow management within electrical grids, a goal not yet achievable with existing technologies.
  • Alion Science and Technology is a 100-percent employee-owned research and development company providing technology services to primarily high-level defense and government agency customers. Building on more than 65 years of experience, Alion employee owners are experts in wireless communication, defense operational support, industrial solutions, chemical technology, explosive science, information technology, and transport technology. Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion has more than 1,800 employees at major offices and laboratories in 35 cities worldwide.
  • American Systems Corporation (ASC) is a privately held company with 1,500 employees. Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, the company provides systems engineering and network integration services; enterprise-wide structured cable plant installation and national rollouts of network systems; training services that include curricula development and integration of trainer devices; and outsourcing of technical and administrative services. For nearly 30 years, ASC has had a proven track record of excellence and a superior reputation for being responsive to the needs of its customers. The company has achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification of its quality management system.
  • Amoorer, Inc., is a HUBZone, woman-owned, small disadvantaged business (SDB) that offers a broad range of performance-based information technology services including professional, administrative and management services; information technology support services; and systems engineering and integration support services. With headquarters in Capitol Heights, Maryland, Amoorer was established in 2001.
  • Arrowhead Global Solutions is a leading provider of satellite and terrestrial telecommunication networks, integrated information technology solutions, and professional services. With headquarters in McLean, Virginia, Arrowhead Global Solutions is a Native American, woman-owned SBA 8(a) certified company with an ISO 9001:2000 registered quality management system.
  • BAE Systems North America has grown to become one of the top 10 suppliers to the U.S. Department of Defense, dedicated to solving customers’ needs with both highly innovative and leading-edge solutions across the defense, electronics, systems, information technology and services arenas. Employing more than 25,000 people, BAE Systems North America has operations in 30 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.K., generating annual sales of more than $4 billion. BAE Systems designs, develops, integrates, manufactures and supports a wide range of advanced aerospace/defense products and intelligent electronic systems for government and commercial customers. BAE Systems North America is a U.S. corporation and a wholly-owned subsidiary of BAE Systems plc. BAE Systems offers the Warfare Centers extensive capabilities proven on multiple contracts in each of the 21 contract functional areas.
  • BearingPoint, Inc., one of the world’s largest business consulting, systems integration and managed services firms. The company provides business and technology strategy, systems design, architecture, applications implementation, network infrastructure, systems integration and managed services. Based in McLean, Va., BearingPoint has been named by Fortune as one of America’s Most Admired Companies in the computer and data services sector.
  • Bellwether Logistics Services, LLC, is dedicated to providing best in class Lean Six Sigma and Global Supply Chain solutions to numerous industries including aerospace, Department of Army and Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, state government, and telecommunications. The company has an ISO 9001:2000 registered quality management system and is featured by the U.S. Army Small and Disadvantaged Business Office. Bellwether Logistics Services has the ability to support mission areas across the spectrum including but not limited to the following: Warfare Systems; Ships and Ship Systems; Machinery Systems; Combat Systems; Electronic Warfare and Littoral Warfare Systems; Undersea Warfare (USW) Weapons and Vehicles; Undersea Warfare (USW) Ranges, Analyses, and Assessments; Undersea Warfare (USW) Fleet Material Readiness; Mine Warfare Systems; Shipboard Networks; Defense and Homeland Security; Quality and Material Readiness Assessment; Logistics Support Analysis; and ILS Planning and Management.
  • Breakaway Consulting provides science and technology planning and evaluation, program/business development, acquisition planning, management support, ops analysis and organizational development.  Capabilities include strategic planning, cross-discipline team building and management, systems and systems-of-systems engineering processes and policy, innovation processes, proposal development and analysis and organizational planning.   Navy Science and Technology efforts, ship and C4I programs, Navy systems engineering policy efforts, Navy cross-organizational innovation projects and Navy technical organizations on both coasts and in Washington, D.C. have been supported.
  • Calvert Technical Services, LLC, provides engineering support services for the conduct of structural testing and measurements of large-scale surface ship and submarine structural components. The company supports the full range of research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) efforts including engineering analysis of test concepts and methodologies, test plan development, cost proposals, test fixture design and loading mechanisms, instrumentation and measurements technologies, computer-based data acquisition and processing systems, test facility operation and maintenance, control system design and integration, technical documentation, and system training.
  • Incorporated in Virginia in 1986, Capstone is a minority-owned, small disadvantaged business (SDB) with revenue of more than $9 million during FY2002. Capstone offers a wide variety of professional, technical, and administrative support services to federal and private-sector organizations.
  • CDI Government Services (CDI-GS), a division of CDI Corporation, is a leader in naval architecture and marine engineering services. The company provides traditional, computer-generated detailed engineering and design services, technical publications, and logistics support principally in the shipbuilding industry. CDI-GS supports new construction, conversion and modification projects to public and private shipyards for U.S. government agencies and commercial shipbuilders, ship owners and operators. Established in 1973, CDI-GS employs more than 800 skilled professionals located throughout the country. 
  • CFM Engineering is an 8(a), Small Disadvantaged, Woman-Owned Business headquartered in Glen Burnie, Maryland. CFM Engineering is a full-service engineering firm with three certified professional engineers on staff as well as an array of qualified engineers and technical staff. CFM Engineering provides both design and field expertise to all areas of plant processes, wastewater systems management, facilities management, utilities and energy management and evaluations, as well as equipment calibrations. The company provides direct support to the Department of Navy, Sea Supply Command–Norfolk. In addition, CFM Engineering employs three Six Sigma certified BlackBelts to support Six Sigma and DMAIC initiatives for their customers.
  • Chugach Systems Integration, LLC (CSI), specializes in IT consultation and clerical support services. CSI is a subsidiary of Chugach Alaska Corporation (CAC), formed in 1972 as an ANCSA Corporation. CAC’s corporate offices are located in Anchorage, Alaska. In 2003, CAC ranked fifth in Alaska Business Monthly’s Top 49ers, a ranking of the top Alaskan-owned and operated businesses. The Chugach family consists of six subsidiaries and several joint ventures with more than 5,000 employees worldwide.
  • Data Tactics Corporation provides superior data analysis services to assist in understanding both current data structures and the tools available to process that data. Data Tactics believes that solid database architecture is the fulcrum of every large data environment and has the experience to ensure successful designs. The company’s data integration expertise offers innovative, yet practical results. Data Tactics provides experienced large environment system integrators, with the technical depth and breadth necessary to meet all data movement and migration challenges.
  • Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC) provides engineering, logistics, training, simulation and modeling, and information technology services and precision manufactured products that enhance the performance and cost-effectiveness of its customers’ mission critical systems. With headquarters in Andover, Massachusetts, and 1,900 employees, DRC has achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification of its quality management system and SEI CMM Level 3. DRC is in its 48th consecutive year supporting its SP24 customer. The analysis investigations the company performs assist in determining cost-effective methods of maintaining or improving navigation subsystem accuracy, reliability, availability, and operating efficiency in the fleet. DRC’s contributions to the fleet readiness and modernization of the navigation subsystem of the Trident submarine Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) program are noteworthy.
  • For more than 50 years, EG&G Technical Services has been a leading provider of management and technical services to agencies of the U.S. Government and commercial business. Services include management, engineering, scientific, technical, facility operations and logistics support. With more than 25 years supporting NAVSEA, EG&G performed pre-engineering studies and conducted extensive submarine and surface ship engineering for the DD21 Program Office (PMS500), PEO Theater surface Combatants, PEO Team Sub, and SEA.
  • A small, woman-owned business based in Columbia, Maryland, Engenium Technologies is an innovative electrical and computer engineering design firm offering a combination of services and products. Founded as a small business in 2001 by an experienced management and professional team, Engenium is privately held. Services range from systems analysis and concept development, to hardware design including digital, analog, and RF circuitry, and real-time embedded software development.
  • Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus (Emc2) is a privately owned, for-profit, high-tech contract research and development, and technical services company. Emc2 staff are experts in broad areas of structural integrity and product safety, such as fracture, fatigue, material constitutive modeling, fitness-for-purpose assessment, structural design, welding analyses and failure analysis. The company has highly sophisticated analytical, numerical, and some unique experimental capabilities.
  • Founded in 1998, Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc., is a private, veteran-owned small business (SDB, 8(a)). Epsilon brings together top-notch engineers, technicians, developers and thinkers to provide quality service and solutions to government and non-profit agencies. The company offers diversified professional services in three major areas: (1) marine and industrial services, (2) energy and environmental services, and (3) applied technology services. Epsilon has a national presence, supporting the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of the Interior, and its prime contractors nationwide.
  • Founded in 1992, ETI Professionals is certified as a woman-owned business enterprise (WBE) and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) with 250 employees. With headquarters in Lakewood, Colorado, ETI is a dynamic national company that maintains four divisions serving the Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States. ETI provides specialized staff in engineering, health and safety, hazardous waste, project management, computer science, and technical writing. Federal, state and local government agencies—as well as chemical, manufacturing, engineering and environmental companies—turn to ETI Professionals for their technical support needs.
  • General Dynamics (GD) IS&T group has principal markets in tactical and strategic mission systems, IT and mission services, and intelligence mission systems. It includes Advanced Information Systems (AIS) and Information Technology (IT). GD-AIS works in close collaboration with the U.S. intelligence, maritime, space, and homeland communities. They deliver end-to-end solutions in mission systems integration, development, and operations support. Their deep expertise and proven understanding of the needs of each customer allows them to develop solutions that meet the most stringent mission requirements. By using integrated sets of commercially available tools and software, their solutions provide long-term scalability and flexibility. They build secure and comprehensive solutions in five key areas: combat systems; cyber security; homeland defense & security; intelligence, surveillance & reconnaissance; and space systems.
  • As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology, a combination of the former Anteon and General Dynamics Network Systems, provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, and professional services to customers in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, federal civil, international, and commercial sectors. With 16,000 professionals worldwide, the company manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs delivering IT services and enterprise solutions.
  • More than 80 years after its founding, George G. Sharp, Inc., remains dedicated to the professional design of economic, cost-effective ships, ship systems, and other marine structures for both commercial and military purposes. As the marine field has broadened and analytical and engineering techniques have become more sophisticated, the company has kept or set the pace with its diversified offering of professional and technical services. With headquarters in New York, New York, George G. Sharp, Inc., is a large business with 600 employees. The George G. Sharp, Inc. Washington office Quality System has received certification to the ISO 9001:2000 Standard for Engineering Services.
  • The Georgia Institute of Technology Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) is a leading developer of design methods suitable for the design of all types of complex systems. These complex systems can include airframe and propulsion concepts, torpedoes, missiles, ships, rotorcraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, power generators, and naval vessels. The ASDL provides a point of dissemination for cutting-edge research to government, academia, and industry while training the next generation of highly qualified engineers.
  • Giotto Technologies, Inc. provides structured, practical solutions with full supporting documentation to cover all aspects of the complete project life cycle in the areas of naval architecture and marine engineering, low and medium voltage electrical switch gear, power electronics, SR technology, deck machinery, equipment health and usage monitoring systems development, system diagnostics and test strategies, FMEA studies, interface management, process improvement, systems engineering, shipbuilding, vessel survey and inspection, and technical training. Giotto Technologies has experience in Navy project work, including developing an intelligent health and usage monitoring system and providing preliminary framework for casualty data collection, management, and analysis on various types of marine and offshore engineering systems including hull, mechanical, and electrical systems.
  • Founded in 1996, Gryphon Technologies is a woman-owned 8(a) business that offers services in engineering, logistics, management, and information technology. Gryphon’s primary customers are the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, in particular the Naval Sea Systems Command, the Marine Corps Systems Command, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Space and Warfare Systems Command, the Coastal Systems Station, and the Naval Research Laboratory. Gryphon has an outstanding record of success providing services for the Navy and Marine Corps, including concept development and requirements analysis, systems engineering, combat systems engineering, system installation support, test and evaluation support, logistics support, maintenance and repair services, and life cycle support analysis. NAVSEA nominated Gryphon for the Small Business Administrator Award for Excellence, which the company was awarded in May 2001. Gryphon Technologies headquarters are in Riverdale, Maryland.
  • Hildstrom Engineering provides the following services: high volume data analysis; analysis algorithm development; ship structures analysis; Linux clusters; high-performance computing; servers; software engineering in C++, VSIPL, MPI, Java, ODBC, SQL, and Perl; power systems engineering; imaging systems; wired networks; wireless networks; unmanned vehicle system integration; compression development; and micro controller integration.
  • IBM Global, a large company with 315,000 employees, is a recognized leader in IT services, IT professional services, development and integration services, and IT management services. IBM also provides information assurance technical and management services, software engineering services, and system engineering. The company has achieved an SEI CMMM level 3 rating and has an ISO 9001:2000 registered quality management system. IBM headquarters are in Armonk, New York.
  • ICI LLC is a veteran-owned, 8(a), HUBZone company headquartered in Dumfries, Virginia, with specific related experience supporting NSWC Carderock; NSWC SES Philadelphia; NSWC Dahlgren; NSWC Panama City. ICI was founded in 1999 and has 189 employees.
  • With headquarters in San Diego, California, INDUS Technology provides systems engineering, technical services and program management services to government and industry. Established in 1991, INDUS is a growing firm with proven credentials in communications, command and control, and weapons systems. A woman-owned business certified by the SBA as an 8(a) program participant and Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), INDUS has been awarded numerous contracts to provide professional engineering services to key customers including the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), and SPAWAR Systems Center (SSC), in San Diego, as well as the Department of Justice and the Department of Transportation in the Washington, D.C., area.
  • InfraTech.us is a veteran-owned, HUBZone certified small company formed specifically to provide program management and technical management support to DoD activities in the areas of system acquisition, integration, and operations. From initial requirements development and analysis and throughout the development process InfraTech.us advises clients over the full range of the DoD system acquisition process. In addition, InfraTech.us developed and manufactures the TARPON Unmanned Surface Vehicle and the Safe Haven® hazard protection system.
  • Innovative Applied Sciences (IAS) is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVO) small business committed to the economic betterment of veterans as they re-enter civilian life. IAS specializes in embedded and real-time systems, and is focused on C4ISR in the Defense sector. Their deep expertise in system design, development, migration and rehosting is being applied to the new wave of weapon system modernization resulting from the Department of Defense Net–Centric Warfare initiative.
  • Founded in 1999, JACER is a veteran-owned, certified 8(a) small disadvantaged business offering information management/information technology solutions, program/project management services, and logistics/resource management services.
  • Dr. James Joyce is a recognized expert in fracture mechanics with expertise in ductile fracture initiation, ductile tearing resistance, fatigue crack growth, crack instability, ductile-to-brittle transitional fracture and crack arrest. He is the author of more than 100 refereed publications in the area of fracture mechanics, and is an associate editor of Engineering Fracture Mechanics, the premier international journal in the area of fracture mechanics. Dr. Joyce is also the chairman of ASTM E08.07, the ASTM subcommittee in charge of the development and maintenance of fracture mechanics test standards and a member of the ASTM E08 executive committee.
  • John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., (JJMA) is one of the largest independent full service ship design and naval engineering firms serving the U.S. Navy and numerous other government customers. JJMA is an employee-owned company of approximately 700 professionals, with headquarters is in Alexandria, Virginia, and 14 offices in the U.S. JJMA provides lifecycle engineering and technical services to the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Military Sealift Command (MSC), and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) as well as many commercial marine customers and many non-marine industries. JJMA offers nationally recognized propulsion, electrical and auxiliary machinery analysis and design capability, as well as hydrodynamics and stability expertise.
  • With 100+ years combined staffing industry experience, Kane Partners LLC provides direct and contract staff augmentation services for Information Technology, Engineering and Business Support tasking. They have provided development engineers for the Trident Integrated Radio Room program (IR2), FEA Mechanical Engineer(s) for Naval systems study of bulkhead corrosion rates, and others for C3I programs, Homeland Security and DOD programs. They support customers seeking to leverage advanced business process transformation tools like Six-Sigma and Lean Methodologies.
  • Kok & Associates Inc. provides nondestructive testing (NDT) and materials engineering capability to NAVSEA Headquarters, Warfare Centers and shipyards. The company's staff has more than 25 years of experience in the engineering and performance of NDT on Naval ship components and structures and 5 years of experience in the NDT of components at nuclear and fossil power plants, refineries, chemical processing plants, and metal fabrication shops.
  • L-3 Communications has grown very quickly into the sixth largest defense company in the United States, and is a leader and prime defense contractor in Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), secure communications, government services, training and simulation and aircraft modernization and maintenance. The company also is a leading merchant supplier of guidance and navigation products and systems, sensors, scanners, fuzes, data links, propulsion systems, avionics, electro optics, satellite communications, electrical power equipment, encryption products, signal intelligence, antennas and microwave products.
  • ManTech Systems Engineering Corporation (MSEC) is a subsidiary of ManTech International Corporation (ManTech). ManTech offers the Naval Sea (NAVSEA) Systems Command access to the combined resources (technical expertise, personnel, facilities, processes, and tools) of a large diversified business. For more than 35 years, ManTech has managed complex engineering, technical, and programmatic support projects for Department of Defense, federal, state, local, and commercial clients worldwide. With headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, ManTech has more than 5,000 professionals nationwide upon whom to call for Seaport Enhanced support. MSEC currently performs relevant, comprehensive tasking in all seven zones. Personnel currently work with NAVSEA, Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division (NSWCCD), and Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) counterparts and understand their goals and mission priorities.
  • MAR is an employee-owned, professional services firm that provides quality technical and administrative services to the government and commercial sectors in the areas of marine operations, bio-technology, facility management, marine operations, information technology, program and administrative services, and engineering and design. MAR provides the marine community with the services necessary to operate and maintain vessels and facilities involved in research, testing, and development. Established in 1971, MAR maintains headquarters in Rockville, Maryland.
  • Mark A. Smith, P.E., provides naval architecture and marine engineering, vessel system assessments, maintenance engineering and program development, ship design HM&E areas, shipyard engineering, technical manual development and provisioning documents, spare parts management, and training. Mark A. Smith has been active in the naval engineering field since 1951, including detailed experience with the Newport News Shipbuilding Company, Litton Industries (Ingalls and Data System Divisions), and as a consultant for various project with NSWCCD.
  • Northrop Grumman Information Technology, based in Herndon, Virginia, is one of the largest and trusted providers of IT services to the federal government and commercial customers. The company's expertise spans such areas as information systems integration; information technology security; homeland security; enterprise hardware and software solutions; training and simulation; base and range support; signals intelligence; health informatics; space systems; and specialized scientific, engineering and technical services.
  • N.S. Nappi Associates, Inc., is owned and managed by Mr. Natale S. Nappi, who holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering. A registered Professional Engineer from the State of New York, he has been a structural engineer for naval surface ship structures for 50 years, including 18 years as a consulting engineer, 21 years in ship structures R & D relating to design of naval ship structures, and 11 years in shipyard detail design and construction of ship structure, superstructure, masts, foundations, and fittings. Mr. Nappi has also reviewed and made recommendations for upgrading the U.S. Navy General Specifications and Design Data Sheets, as well as Coast Guard Specifications for Icebreaker. He has been successful in implementing survivability; fatigue and fracture technology development; and non-metallic material into the ship structure. Mr. Nappi has performed structural design and analysis for various surface ships, aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers, and amphibious and smaller crafts. His design work has involved various construction materials, including steel, aluminum, composites, and lightweight corrugated sandwich panels.
  • NTI Corporation has been supporting Naval Surface Warfare Center activities on a direct basis since 1988. NTI accomplishes program management; scientific and technical analyses in support of submarine, surface ship and advanced naval vehicle system RDT&E; and life-cycle support. NTI produces documentation necessary for successful establishment and effective accomplishment of warfare center projects that involve multi-disciplinary scientific, engineering and technical efforts. NTI’s technical areas of concentration include naval vehicle stealth; acoustic and non-acoustic signatures; ship system design, integration and interoperability; system/project support acquisition; technology development and transition; ship HM&E; submarine propulsion systems and propulsors; and underwater acoustic measurement.
  • OASIS, a small business based in Lexington, Massachusetts, provides specialized R & D and technical services to both government and commercial clients including sonar design and applications, ocean acoustics and ocean sciences, hydro- and aero-dynamics, structural acoustics, noise and vibration modeling and control. In addition, OASIS provides state-of-the-art instrumentation design, processing and testing for specialized projects.
  • Oceaneering International has assisted the Navy for many years with its mission of research, development, fielding, modernization, and maintenance of systems that ensure the Navy's undersea superiority. The company provides worldwide support for a variety of submarine and surface ship systems, such as hull mechanical equipment, piping systems, hatches, electrical, and weapons handling and launching systems. Oceaneering is an advanced applied technology company that provides engineered services and hardware to customers who operate in marine, space, and other harsh environments. Oceaneering's subsidiary, CLT, provides support for submarine and surface ship systems, such as hull mechanical equipment, piping systems, hatches, and weapons handling systems. CLT is one of only three companies in the world, and the only non-shipyard, to hold a SUBSAFE certification from the U.S. Navy. CLT does all repair work pier side, an approach growing in use by the Navy because of its cost effectiveness as an alternative to traditional drydock repairs.
  • Olympus NDT Inc. has worldwide expertise in ultrasonic thickness gauging, which is a widely used nondestructive test technique for measuring the thickness of a material from one side. They also have expertise in ultrasonic flaw detection. Olympus is adept in use of ultrasonic phased array systems, which are similar to those used in medical imaging. Applications include weld inspection, bond testing, thickness profiling, and in-service crack detection. Ultrasonic testing can be applied to a wide variety of material analysis applications.
  • Planning Systems Incorporated (PSI) is a diversified high technology company, founded in 1972 and headquartered in Reston, Virginia, with more than 300 technical staff in multiple locations nationwide. PSI provides applied science and systems engineering expertise, information technology applications and solutions, and custom products to the federal government and commercial clients. PSI supports NSWCCD in the areas of ship acoustics, sonar data collection systems development, sonar calibration, sonar performance, sonar self-noise, acoustic signal processing, acoustic system development, signature reduction R&D and at-sea experimental test and evaluation design support.
  • Purvis Systems, Inc. (PURVIS), a privately held, Rhode Island-based small business, has nearly 30 years experience providing engineering, information technology and professional technical services to government agencies and commercial industries. PURVIS’ highly experienced staff specializes in program management; systems design, analysis, test and evaluation; laboratory management; support engineering; information management; and technical documentation services. PURVIS has provided engineering services to a variety of long-term government customers, including the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT), Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), and the Surface Warfare Development Group (SWDG).
  • Q.E.D Systems has an ABR from NAVSEA dated 28 August 1992, and has extensive experience in Alteration Installation Team (AIT) work. AIT, alteration design, fabrication, installation, and testing (including complex planning and coordination) experience includes, for example, providing engineering, design, and technical support to identify and procure material, prefabricate, assemble and test 19 logic control cabinets for upper and lower weapons elevators on CVN-70. Q.E.D. also has experience fabricating and installing new foundations; installing additional cables, phones, and switch gear; operationally testing entire system; training ship’s personnel; restoring disturbed areas; and providing design, ILS, and training support. The company has installed prototype Advanced Combat Direction Systems (ACDS) on DDG-993 class ships and installed complete ICAS systems on several Arleigh Burke (DDG-51) class ships.
  • Founded in 1984, Quadelta is a veteran-owned small business, headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. Providing engineering support services to the Department of Defense and other federal agencies, Quadelta’s principle areas of expertise are test and evaluation support, safety and survivability support, and program and acquisition management. In addition, Quadelta provides clients with a variety of information technology and support services. Quadelta clients include the U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics), Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment) (Safety and Survivability), CNO Ship Safety and Survivability Office, and the Naval Air Systems Command.
  • RAE is a small, veteran-owned, woman-owned business that specializes in planning and managing rapid technology transition and is uniquely qualified to support transition planning, both within individual technology efforts and across a suite of technologies. RAE’s core capabilities include needs and utility assessments, technology maturity and trajectory assessments, roadmapping, business case analysis, transition gaming, and disruptive technology management. RAE headquarters are located in Arlington, Virginia.
  • Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a Fortune 500® scientific, engineering, and technology applications company that uses its deep domain knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in national security, energy and the environment, critical infrastructure, and health. The company does this with the constant and deliberate commitment to ethical performance and integrity that has marked SAIC since its founding.
  • Search Technology's corporate mission is to help people make better decisions in information-rich environments. Text-mining of Science & Technology (S&T) information is the company’s core capability. Search Technology’s 25-year track record is strong in research (e.g., the DARPA-sponsored "Pilot's Associate" (1985-1986) and Air Force-sponsored "Designer's Associate" (1986-1992)) and transitioning results into practice through software development. The company’s vision is to help scientists, engineers, and technology managers make better decisions by more fully exploiting R&D information. From 1995 to 2004, DARPA and the U.S. Army provided STTR Phase I, II, and III support to Search Technology and Georgia Tech’s Technology Policy and Assessment Center (TPAC), with additional support from ONR. Together, they developed VantagePoint text-mining software. Georgia Tech exclusively licenses its rights to Search for commercialization. From commercialization in 2000, VantagePoint and S&T text mining became the core of Search Technology’s business. The software is also available as TechOASIS (for U.S. Government use) and as Thomson Data Analyzer (from Thomson Scientific).
  • Seaward Services, Inc., is a small, veteran-owned marine services contractor specializing in the operation, maintenance and repair and upgrade of U.S. Navy service craft, research vessels, and training vessels. Seaward Services also operates U.S. Navy ranges and port facilities, and provides regional oil spill response. Founded in 1981, Seaward is located on Florida's Gold Coast, in Dania Beach. Company headquarters are located five minutes’ driving time from the deepwater port of Port Everglades.
  • Smith Richardson provides full life-cycle design and development services for Distributed Learning initiatives. From start to finish, Smith Richardson focuses on customer needs, the required outcomes of the learning product, industry best practices, and the technical requirements of the specific project. This includes analyzing client-furnished information, defining learning objectives and required student outcomes, developing Instructional Media Design Reports to outline instructional strategies and course content flows, developing course storyboards, narration, multimedia assets, technical infrastructure, programming, test item development, courseware validation, and client-acceptance testing. In support of this core service, Smith Richardson has in-house experts who specialize in project management; information analysis; instructional systems design; 3-D modeling, animation and graphic design; scenario development; test item construction; courseware validation; programming; web development; LMS integration and implementation; and SCORM-compliant information system design and development.
  • Founded in 1973 by David and Muriel Hinkle, Sonalysts has grown to an employee-owned corporation of more than 450 professionals with sales in excess of $45 million. Sonalysts’ corporate headquarters are located in Waterford, Connecticut, with an additional 19 offices located throughout the United States. Sonalysts' staff works on client assignments throughout the world. The company’s core competencies include advanced training systems and information technologies; human systems integration and performance assessment; platform and combat systems modeling and simulation; submarine and surface ship systems engineering; and world-class video, audio, and animation production facilities.
  • Founded in 1975, Summit Research Corporation (SRC) is a small business providing multi-sensor data processing and tactical exploitation; submarine combat systems operations analysis; fleet exercise data collection, reconstruction and analysis; database design and software engineering; passive-acoustic ASW detection, tracking and identification research and development; lessons learned database system management; and multi-media all-sensor advanced analysis training to the U.S. Navy. The company also provides frequency management and programming support to Joint Forces Command and relational database support to the Naval War College and Navy Warfare Development Command. SRC has personnel supporting Navy commands at Newport, RI; Norfolk, VA; Brunswick, ME; Whidbey Island, WA; Pearl Harbor, HI; San Diego, CA; and Japan and Italy. SRC is a wholly owned subsidiary of PESystems, Inc. PESystems, an 8(a) company founded in 1971, provides Information Technology and Systems Engineering services primarily to DoD.
  • Since 1988, Thomas Associates, Inc. (TAI) has provided information technology solutions, program management, training support, and systems engineering to the United States Armed Forces, leading defense contractors, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. TAI is an 8(a)-certified, woman-owned small business. Core subject competencies include antiterrorism, USMC infantry weapons, CBRD, damage control, Navy warfare training, shipboard installations and integrated logistics support. TAI products and services include technical documentation, multimedia, engineering services, modeling and simulation, and conference/seminar support.
  • For more than a decade, Technology Management Group, Inc. (TMG) has provided superior engineering services to a variety of Naval Sea Systems Command laboratories and activities. Engineering and technical support services have concentrated on the weapons system life cycle spectrum from technology research and development to end product test and evaluation and field integration/introduction especially in Joint or Navy combat systems. The company is veteran-owned and draws heavily on its people with at-sea Navy technical operations experience as well as its people with combat system engineering experience. TMG personnel have an average 22 years’ work experience.
  • Technology Solutions Provider, Inc. (TSPi) provides information technology services to government and commercial customers with a focus on networking and security. Services include network audit and analysis, network and security design and implementation, and security policy compliance. In business since 2001and an 8(a)/SDB company since 2006, TSPi has performed various tasks to support customers such as EDS, Carahsoft, and Opsware. Tasks include design and deployment of a highly available and secure web applications infrastructure to support the Treasury Department; virtualization of all Windows platforms to VMWare to support a HUD-HITS contract; and deployment of Opsware Network Automation System at the USPS to manage 25,000 network and security devices.
  • UAV Communications, Inc. provides engineering support for UAV systems, payloads, operations, integration, and testing including design development and trade studies of airborne surveillance and reconnaissance system—exploring concepts of operations and detailed ISR vehicle and system architectures for various strategic business initiatives and advanced programs. Other tasks include studies of mission utility, operational performance, aerodynamic design evaluation, communications layouts, payload configurations, and survivability features of airborne ISR system-of-systems. UAV Communications offers technical advisory and staffing assistance to customers seeking reliable and secure video, sensor, voice, and data. The company’s strength is support of mission-critical UAV systems, First Responder communications networks (Land Mobile Radio (LMR) P25), video surveillance, and intelligence systems. Its focus is on consistent, reliable, real-time delivery of motion video, voice, metadata, still imagery, radar, and other sensor data for end-to-end solutions through any communications media available or desired.
  • Ulak Marine, LLC provides naval architecture and marine consulting services including JCIDS acquisition documentation, technology investigation, vessel surveys, concept design prototyping, and compliance testing focusing on high speed patrol combatant craft from 25 feet to 200 feet in length. Additional services include project and program management, expeditionary logistics requirements analysis, and meteorology and oceanographic data analysis, from historical climate analyses of operating environments, to optimum routing recommendations, to systems integration of weather data into marine electronics systems. Andy Ulak, President and Principal of Ulak Marine, LLC, is augmented by a part time staff of up to 10 engineers, programmers, analysts, marine surveyors, audio/video system operators, accounting and administrative support.
  • Veteran Enterprise Technology Services, LLC (VETS) is a HUBZone, veteran-owned small business with headquarters in Staunton, Virginia. With 30 employees, VETS also maintains an office in Reston, Virginia.
  • As one of the nation's leading engineering firms specializing in high-tech testing, life sciences, and technical support services, Wyle Laboratories, Inc., provides a diverse range of services and systems to aerospace, military, commercial, and government customers. With more than 1,500 employees and annual revenues of more than $150 million, Wyle operates at 13 major facilities throughout the nation. Wyle is a privately owned corporation and is part of LTS Holdings, Inc. The company's corporate offices are located in El Segundo, California.
  • Zel Technologies (ZelTech) is a veteran-owned and SBA-certified small, disadvantaged business (SDB) providing professional services and innovative technology solutions for its customers. A major portion of ZelTech’s corporate experience and technical capability involves supporting the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with key subject matter experts in homeland and port defense and supporting DoD with key subject matter experts to develop CONOPS, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP); training; conducting technical studies; and R&D of applied technologies. The company also develops software products and provides support for information operations, intelligence analysis, program management, systems engineering, systems integration, and a variety of additional professional services. ZelTech is also a recognized leader in developing and integrating Air and Space Battle Management (BM) C4ISR systems. Core capabilities include providing A&AS and SETA services, professional services, development of real-time C2 decision aids, predictive analysis, and information assurance applications.