ActioNet and SeaPort-e
To meet Sea Power 21 objectives and to increase overall efficiencies, the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) established the Seaport Enhanced (SeaPort-e) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contract (MAC) vehicle. SeaPort-e encompasses a wide variety of engineering, technical, program management, and financial management professional support services. It uses a web-based electronic procurement system to facilitate performance-based service acquisition. All task orders issued under the contract are competitively solicited, awarded, and managed using the SeaPort-e system.
The SeaPort-e contract vehicle furthers the Navy’s objective to increase efficiency and allows geographically dispersed organizations with diverse technical support requirements and missions to tailor their requirements within a specific task order. Authorized users include all warranted contracting officers of NAVSEA, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), Strategic Systems Program (SSP), Office of Naval Research (ONR), United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) throughout the contract’s seven geographical zones.
For additional contract information, instructions for preparing task orders and Statement of Works, and procedures for the fully electronic task solicitation and ordering system can be found on the SeaPort Acquisition Portal, www.seaport.navy.mil. Additional information is also available by contacting our ActioNet Program Manager.
ActioNet is a rapidly growing woman owned small business that has been in business supporting numerous federal defense and civilian agencies for over 21 years. We are headquartered in Vienna, Virginia and have several nationwide offices. We are an IT services and solutions company which provides Program Management, Process Improvement, Data and Database Administration, Infrastructure Support and Solutions, Systems Integration, Information Assurance, and Software Engineering across a number of IDIQs and GSA Schedules. Our CMMI Level 4, ISO, and ITIL certifications show that we are dedicated to providing structured quality support services and products to our clients.
ActioNet is proud to be a trusted partner, working side-by-side with GSA to support their federal defense and civilian customers. We are committed to establishing a win-win partnership with GSA.
- Results-oriented and quality focused
- Mature Processes – CMMI®-DEV Level 4, CMMI®-SVC Level 4, ISO 9001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, HDI and ITIL Certified Professionals
- Strong knowledge of and experience partnering with GSA
- Dedicated and experienced Senior Program Manager
- Best in class PMO
Commitment to Quality
ActioNet’s commitment to quality solutions and services is exemplified by our continual efforts to enhance how we do business. Our quality policy stated on our home page is just one example of how our philosophy penetrates every aspect of how we do business.
“At ActioNet we strive to continually improve our business processes in order to exceed customer requirements and expectations.” Ashley Chen, Chairman & CEO.
Our core philosophy starts with our Chairman & CEO, Ashley Chen, and is embraced by every ActioNet employee.
- Build long-term relationships with clients by providing the highest quality services.
- Value our employees and encourage employee learning and self-improvement; giving each dedicated employee the chance to grow with ActioNet.
- Keep ActioNet’s standards high through teamwork and commitment to quality.
The SeaPort-e contract is designed to not only meet the technical needs of the federal defense agencies, but will also assist them in reaching their small business procurement goals.
- 10 year period of performance
- 7 geographic zones
- 22 functional areas spanning engineering, technical, financial, and program management
- professional support services
- Full gamut of contract types – fixed price, cost reimbursement, award fee, incentive fee,
- labor hour, and time and material terms
- No contract access fee
- Prime contractors may add unlimited number of small or large business partners to their
- More than 2,000 pre-competed prime contractors
- Research and Development Support
- Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
- Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
- Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
- System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
- Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
- Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
- Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
- System Safety Engineering Support
- Configuration Management (CM) Support
- Quality Assurance (QA) Support
- Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information
- Technology (IT) Support
- Inactivation and Disposal Support
- Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
- Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
- Logistics Support
- Supply and Provisioning Support
- Training Support
- Technical Training Support
- Professional Development and Training Support
- In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
- Program Support
- Functional and Administrative Support
- Clerical and Administrative Support
- Analytical and Organizational Assessment Support
- Most Efficient Organization (MEO) Teaming Support Services (executed in compliance with
- Circular No. A-76 dated 29 May 2003)
- Public Affairs and Multimedia Support
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The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. 794d) prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in programs conducted by Federal agencies, in programs receiving Federal financial assistance, in Federal employment, and in the employment practices of Federal contractors. The standards for determining employment discrimination under the Rehabilitation Act are the same as those used in title I of of the Americans with Disabilites Act (ADA). On July 26th, 1990, President George H. W. Bush signed into law the ADA. On August 7th, 1998, President Bill Clinton signed into law the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998. These amendments significantly expanded and strengthened the technology access requirements in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. On April 18th, 2001 the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) was revised to implement Section 508 as required by law. Today, the FAR requires all Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) developed, procured, maintained, or used by the Federal Government (effective June 25th, 2001) be accessible to people with disabilities.
The definition of EIT and the accessibility standards were developed by the Access Board. These standards, requirement exceptions, the FAR rule, and a wealth of other information regarding the Federal IT Accessibility Initiative can be found at www.section508.gov. The accessibility standards also can be found at 36 CFR Part 1194.
ActioNet, Inc. and its employees are committed to making this website, our services, and our products accessible to individuals with disabilities. We incorporate accessibility (Section 508) compliance testing in the design, development, and maintenance of our websites and products. Our work on accessible design is continuous and we welcome feedback on improving the accessibility of our site, services, and products.
ActioNet provides agencies with all information available regarding compliance with accessibility standards, partial compliance, or what accessibility features are offered on products and services provided by ActioNet. Some products which derive from external suppliers/manufacturers are used in conjunction with ones ActioNet produces. ActioNet will refer inquiries to the appropriate supplier/manufacturer for the most current Section 508 information.
Benefits of Accessibility
Our reasons for a strong focus on accessibility extend far beyond the mandates of the ADA and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Structuring our systems and content for use by assistive technologies has multiple benefits beyond simply meeting mandates:
- We value our stakeholders and desire to have our work available to everyone.
- We recognize that accessibly designed systems are typically easier for non-experts to use.
- We believe that having our site structured for assistive technologies positions us well for wireless and other specialized access devices.
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