Department of the navy

Seaport-NXG

Seaport-NXG (SeaPort Next Generation)

Contract Number: N00178-19-D-7137

Trust ACT for your SeaPort-e needs.

SeaPort-NxG is the Navy's follow on to SeaPort-e contract vehicle.  This US Navy, NAVSEA multiple Award Contract (MAC) provides Naval Sea Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Command, Office of Naval Research, and the United States Marine Corps with an ability to compete their service requirements amongst 1870 SeaPort-NxG (MAC) multiple award contract holders.  

Services provided under this contract are categorized into the 2 following categories:

1)     Engineering Services

2)     Program Management Services

Under SeaPort-NxG, ACT supports engineering and program management services for the Department of the Navy (DoN) ordering activities providing services spanning the entire spectrum of mission areas and technical capabilities, with a period of performance from January 2, 2019 to December 31,2028.

SeaPort-NXG Point of contact

SeaPort-NXG
Program Manager

Rebecca Aughney

Voice: (703) 891-4334 x 810

raughney@actnow.com

SeaPort-NXG
Teaming Coordinator

Patrick Norton

Voice: (703) 891-4334 x 803

pnorton@actnow.com

Customer Satisfaction
POC

Ed Snyder

Voice: (703) 891-4334 x 854

E-mail: esnyder@actnow.com

Subcontracting with ACT under Seaport-NXG

Highly qualified, cost-effective subcontractors interested in pursuing opportunities under SeaPort-NXG are encouraged to contact our SeaPort-NXG Points of Contact listed above.

For all other inquiries and concerns, please contact us through info@actnow.com.

our commitment to quality

ACT’s process-focused approach and commitment to quality through measurable, repeatable process development has resulted in process defect identification and elimination, better customer service, improved employee morale, and increased productivity. These benefits translate to lower costs for our customers through increased efficiency across projects.

ACT is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, successfully passing our reassessment audit on June 11, 2018. Our ISO 9001:2015certificate (# 12627) is valid through June 10, 2021. This audit was conducted by National Quality Assurance, USA. NQA-USA is accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB).

ACT is also currently appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration-Development,(CMMI-Dev) Version 1.3 Maturity Level 2 and (CMMI-SVC) Version 1.3 Maturity Level 2. The most recent successful appraisal completed in December 2018 was conducted by SG Solutions, Inc., a CMMI Institute Partner. The CMMI Institute approved the appraisal for public use.

Our Quality Management System (QMS) is based in our ISO9001:2015 certified corporate level business processes supporting IDIQ and Task Order management, while our CMMI Level 2 assessed processes focus on program management practices in the areas of: project level planning, execution, delivery, monitoring, and reporting. These documented, repeatable quality practices are used on every ACT project or program to ensure that customer requirements are satisfied on time and meet customer expectations. ACT’s Senior Management is actively engaged in the support and maintenance of the QMS to provide quality customer service.

ACT actively documents, takes action on, and monitors known Risk and Opportunities in the QMS. Our proactive approach is intended to identify potential risks early, and then put in place effective mitigation strategies to minimize negative impacts on ACT and our customers.

ACT is actively involved in continual improvement of the QMS. The sources for improvement come from several sources, but ultimately all non-conformances are documented and worked to resolution following a standardized process. Senior Management is actively involved with QA in this process.

Monthly In Progress Reviews (IPR) are held where each Program/Project Manager (PM) provides an in- depth report to ACT Senior Management and other ACT Stakeholders. These meetings provide the primary means to ensure a smooth and complete flow of information is provided to the ACT decision makers.