Contract #N000178-14-D-8013


Contract #GS-10F-0404R

SINs: 874-1, 874-6, 874-7


Contract # GS-35F-448DA

SIN: 132-51


OTA # W15QKN-14-9-0001

Seaport Enhanced

Contract #N00178-14-D-8013

Task Orders | Team Members | Past Performance | Functional Areas



FA 3.1 , Research and Development Support. (N00024-99-C-2905) Team Member PSGS been involved with the VIRGINIA-Class Technol­ogy Insertion Program since its inception. This program, which included the successful Design Improvement Program, solicited technology-based improvements from the technology base (in­cluding the nuclear submarine shipbuilders, Warfare Centers, and academia) to baseline VIRGINIA-class design systems and components. PSGS contributions led to an overall technology assessment approach, and a means to consider whether or not to invest program resources for continued engineering development or ship qualification efforts. PSGS also supported efforts to examine major modifications to the VIRGINIA-class design that would add an order of magnitude increase in warfighting capabilities; these studies were referred to as "Bundle 1" and "Bundle 2." PSGS assisted in planning and managing these studies to en­sure that the appropriate resources and expertise were brought to bear by Warfare Center , ship-builder, and NAVSEA headquarters technical codes. These efforts examined larger ocean inter­faces and other opportunities to deploy new payload and sensor systems onboard attack subma­rines. Much of what was learned will be applicable to the upcoming study of the proposed Multi-Mission Module for future VIRGIN IA-class submarines.

FA 3.2, Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support. (N00102-99-D-1322) For the past 10 years, Team member CACI, with 29 professionals having more than 725 combined years' experience, has provided comprehensive submarine and submersible engineering support to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the Deep Submergence Systems Program (DSSP) Office, to support USW weapons and vehicles and littoral warfare systems. CACI has influenced depot work at all industrial overhaul sites that have been directed by NAVSEA to adopt the Baseline Advanced Industrial Management (BAIM) way of business. We develop or review task group instructions, design drawings, technical specifications, QA requirements, job summaries, spare parts lists, process instructions, SHIPALTs packages, and other aspects of submarine overhauls.

FA 3.6, Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support. N00140-03-R-L803 Team Member CACI provides software engineering, development, programming, and network support for systems maintenance and development resources to maintain and to design, develop, and implement improvements to an enterprise information system for submarine maintenance, engineering, planning and procurement (SUBMEPP) activity in support of USW weapons and vehicles with a workforce of 13 professionals having more than 150 combined years' experience. CACI provides a spectrum of software services for SUBMEPP maintenance and ship work planning (M&SWP) applications, and supports ship work package development for all classes of Navy submarines and submersibles.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00104-05-F-Q220/GS-02F-0058P, & N00024-01-D-7010, D.O. 0011) GCC provided program management and acquisition management training to NUWC Newport Division. In addition, Team Member PSGS has amassed signifi­cant experience in providing training support to the Navy. PSGS currently provides the follow­ing training support to various naval activities:

  • Training materials to PMS 450 in support of Ship's Force operation of the VIRGINIA-class Lock-Out Trunk, Scope of Certification, and SUBSAFE requirements
  • Training plans for various VIRGINIA-class Logistics Elements
  • Technical support in review of PMS and Maintenance Planning documentation as it affects training equipment and facilities
  • Training Equipment Overhaul Schedules for SSN/SSBN Training Facilities in support of SUBMEPP efforts
  • Direct fleet support and training to SEA 07T Performance Monitoring teams
  • Briefing and training materials in support of SEA 07Q Requirements Development, Specifi­cation Maintenance, and Change Management
  • Direct support to SEA 07L1, the OPNAV Single Point-of-Contact for submarine training
  • Review of all submarine related Navy Training Plans, and Front-End Analysis documenta­tion for completion and validity
  • Recommendations to SEA 07L1 and CNO N779C for approval of Navy Training Plans and Front-End Analysis documents
  • Support in management of Submarine Training System Installation Plans
  • Management support for upkeep of Navy Diving and Salvage Training Center Diver Life Support Systems and equipment
  • Direct support to SEA 07L1 for HM&E and Weapons Trainer Acquisition and Lifecycle Support
  • Direct support of SEAWOLF Long-Term Factory Training Program, including liaison with SSN21-class schools' Coordinators for course scheduling, quota control, trainee attendance, and course evaluation.
  • Support and assistance in the Submarine On-Board Training Program.


FA 3.1, Research and Development Support. (N00024-98-D-8124) For 19 years, Team Member CACI has provided R&D support to NAVSEA, APL, NRL, ONR and PEO engineers in surface ships (DDX), advanced radars (MFR), weapon systems (NIFC-CA), and EW programs, using 16 engineers who have more than 433 combined years' experience. CACI provided system engineering and test engineering support to APL on the MFR radar.

FA 3.2, Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support. (N00024-01-D-7010) Team Member PSGS provides NAVSEA with: the development and revision of submarine system diagrams, drawings, specifications, sys­tem descriptions, and the Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) analyses supporting integration of major weapons systems improvements, including Special Op­erations Forces (SOF) upgrades to the Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS), ensuring compliance with safety and ship weight and moment requirements. PSGS provides develop­ment, review, and resolution of certification and audit plans, hazard and safety analyses, emer­gency operating procedures, drawing and data packages, and associated technical documentation the development, review, and revision of alterations, TEMPALTs, JCFs, A&Is, LARs, and associated drawings, including the coordination of associated Change Management (CM) documentation through the Type Commander for concurrence; assistance in the development and conduct of Test and Evaluation (T&E) plans to ensure efficiency of work accomplished and compliance with regulatory and safety requirements; and, establishment and daily operation of major Technical Data Centers for the maintenance of all associated technical documentation.

FA 3.4, Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support. (N00173-02-C-2088) For more than 20 years, Team Member CACI has provided prototype development support to the Naval Research Laboratory, on systems such as ALE-50, ALE-55 and the Finder mini-UAV. CACI's effort at NRL uses 9 professionals who have more than 125 combined years' experience.

FA 3.5, System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support. (N00024-01-D-7010) Team Member PSGS supports: VIRGINIA-class-Recommended methods for reviewing change packages, Configuration Management interfaces, Design Improvements, and procedures for processing changes to specifications for building submarines; NAVSEA 07-Streamlined and improved procedures for accessing technical documentation, the command Management Information System, the Paperless Office initiative, and the SUBMISS/SUBSUNK databank; PEO SHIPS Fleet Support-Provided Battle Force Interoperability support services and documentation for strategic and advanced planning and execution issue resolution. GCC de­veloped and improved operation cycle functions, and designed and managed the Op-cycle Response and Integration Center; SUBMEPP-Developed PMS packages and coordinated input from NAVSEA, NSWCCD­SSES, Planning Yard, Lead Design Yard, Shipbuilder, and ships; identified and incorporated improvements and ensured compliance with MIL-P-24534; and analyzed TFBR requests and responses to identify impacts on other technical data documentation.

FA 3.7 Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support. (N61331-05-F-1308) Team Member CIS provides support to the Systems and Program Support Division, Navy Yard, Washington . CIS builds software releases during configuration auditing. Deliverable documents and code is extracted from the Configuration Management (CM) repository and compiled for a specific release. We archive all releases in the CM repository before deployment. Change requests approved by the Government involve functional, performance, usability, reliability, or maintainability requirements to ensure that the system and platform are integrated with the system design, development and software life cycle sustainment. Change requests and project and system documentation are analyzed to study the feasibility, scope, and cost-benefit of the change. Affected components of the baseline configuration of the project are identified, and the requirements and specifications that relate to those components are updated to accommodate the change.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00104-05-F-Q220/GS-02F-0058P, GS-23-F-0137K) GCC provided program management and acquisition management training to Navy activities at the Washington Naval Yard. In addition, for 19 years Team Member CACI has provided training support to NAVSEA, NSWC Dahlgren, and NAVSEA PEOs for surface ship command and control systems (ACDS, SSDS, CEC, and SGS/AC) and joint interoperability and strategic systems (SLBM). CACI analyzes and documents training requirements, develops planning documents and interactive courseware, developed training simulators, analyzes school house facility requirements, and conducts formal classroom and shipboard training, using 40 training analysts who have more than 902 combined years' experience.


FA 3.6, Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support. (N00024-00-D-6000) Team Member CTS have provided highly qualified Systems Administrators in various capacities at the Norfolk , VA NMCI Network Operations Center. They lead and coordinate the operational support and implementation activities for a wide area network (WAN) encompassing heterogeneous platforms; assisted leadership in determining tactical and strategic direction of the organization as it related to emerging operational support technologies; .researched, analyzed, and recommended new operational support technologies, tools, and techniques; reviewed distributed computing and network designs to select appropriate operational support strategies and ensure efficient use of resources; and identified, developed, and updated operational support standards and procedures. Participated with enterprise wide strategic planning teams.

FA 3.9, System Safety Engineering Support. (N00024-01-D-7010) PSGS provides programmatic and technical ex­pertise to ensure that safety is a consideration throughout all life-cycle activities including de­sign, testing, installation, operation, maintenance, modifications, and disposal. PSGS fully un­derstands the Navy's System Safety Program, as established by OPNAVINST 5100.24, and the system safety requirements specified in DoD/SECNAVINST 5000.2 for acquisition programs and OPNAVINST 5100.19 and 5100.23 for Forces Afloat and Ashore, respectively. Addition­ally, we understand the methodologies for conducting risk assessments in accordance with the requirements specified in MIL-STD-882, Standard Practice for System Safety. For example, PSGS is supporting NAVSEA PMS398 with programmatic and technical support for the development and implementation of the SSGN Conversion Program Programmatic Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health Evaluation (PESHE), which specifies the requirements for the SSGN System Safety Program.

FA 3.12, Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support. (N00024-00-D-6000) Team Member CTS provided a variety of Systems Administrators, Field Service Engineers and Network Administrators in support of the "as-is" IT environment at naval bases at Patuxent River, MD, Atlanta, GA and Crane, IN. They: supported existing and future desktop configurations ensuring that all applications were working satisfactorily; participated in the installation and configuration of network software necessary to connect workstations to the NMCI network; p erformed installation, configuration management and maintenance for IBM compatible and Macintosh microcomputers; provided technical support services for network management and troubleshooting; and supported migration of desktop operating systems from the "as-is" environment (Windows 3.1, Windows 95 etc) to the NMCI standard of Windows 2000P.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00104-05-F-Q220) GCC has provided program management and acquisition management training to NAVSUP, Washington Naval Yard. In addition, Team Member CTS was engaged at the beginning of the NMCI project to spearhead training development and delivery on hard and soft skills for personnel in Norfolk , VA , and San Diego , CA and to plan and facilitate end-user training for the 400,000+ users. CTS developed custom instructor-led and blended solution training materials to orient staff to the NMCI contract, with its service level agreements, technical architecture, and security consideration. In addition, CTS staff was instrumental in the evaluation and selection and continuing maintenance of the learning management system under NMCI. Part of this responsibility included coordinating all aspects of system management including testing, validation, and content updates. Content topics included software solutions such as Remedy, Blackberry, CAC, Windows 2003 and an online orientation training program. The online product is 508 compliant and being used by the 360,000 NMCI end-users who need to know about the features and benefits of NMCI.

FA 3.21 Administrative Support. (N00140-03-M-0477) Government Contracts Consultants (GCC) provides on-site administrative support to the staff of the Norfolk Submarine Training Facility (SUBTRAFAC). Specifically GCC personnel are responsible for supporting all administrative functions including correspondence, managing classified material files, message handling, office automation, mail handling, travel orders, personnel security clearance support and management of facility reports, directives and forms.


FA 3.10 Configuration Management (CM) Support. (N61331-00-C-0022) CACI has supported Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS). The ALMDS system includes shipboard integration with Naval aviation, operator training, Fleet ILS, and maintenance. Northrop Grumman has successfully integrated and coordinated multiple levels of engineering support to produce a design that meets the ALMDS mission requirements using the highest power laser, consistent with eye safety constraints, the lowest noise, highest resolution receiver technology providing the highest performance and system reliability. To fulfill CACI responsibility for configuration management for the total ALMDS program, we assigned a senior CM project operations specialist to work closely with the NSWC-PC configuration management specialist and manage the program baseline and control changes.

FA 3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support. (F08635-02-F-0073) -L ethal Strike and JDAM IT Support. For 6 years Northrop Grumman maintained the lethal strike and JDAM unclassified and classified IT systems, electronic document management system (TRION), and the private and public Web sites, providing COMSEC and technical expertise to keep all systems operational 24/7, at over 99 percent availability. Team Member CACI advised on the adoption of new computer and network technologies to help ensure that lethal strike and JDAM business practices would not be interrupted.

FA 3.13 Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support. (Planning Yard DD963/CG47, N00024-00-C-2300). Since 1980, Northrop Grumman Planning Yard has maintained accurate controls and lists of the equipment and components configuration for each CG 47 and DD 963 class ship, providing the basis for equipment removal, safeguarding, and destruction associated with ship availabilities and inactivation/disposal. Team Member CACI provides data to the transfer activity and certify accurate removal.

FA 3.14 Interoperability, Test & Evaluation, Trials Support. (F08635-01-C-0002) CACI provides all forms of developmental test and evaluation, live fire test and evaluation, operational test and evaluation, joint test and evaluation, and tactics development and evaluation activities in support of weapons systems, electronic warfare systems, and test/training range systems. CACI provides essential support to the Air Armament Center in test concept/planning support, develops and refines test support documents, critical operational issues, test objectives, measures of effectiveness and performance, criteria, test procedures, scenarios, data management and analysis plans, supporting programs such as Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile, Joint Direct Attack Munition, Joint Stand-Off Weapon, Joint Air-to-Air Stand-Off Missile, Medium-Range Stand-Off Guided Bomb, Sensor-Fuzed Weapon\Wind-Compensated munitions dispenser, GPS range instrumentation, High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile, and Small Diameter Bomb.

FA 3.18 Training Support. (N104-05-F-Q220) GCC has provided program management and acquisition management training to Navy Activities in Jacksonville and Orlando , Florida.

FA 3.20 Program Support. (GS10F-0291L) Team Member Monterey provides support to the Secretary of the Air Force small business programs.


FA 3.3, Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support. (GS-10F-0291L) (Task Order #5TS5702D411 and N00164-96-D-0012) Team Member Monterey created models for extensive market research to support AF Commodity Councils. In addition, Team Member CACI provides modeling and simulation to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment for the NDIA ASUW Study in the surface ship combat systems product area. CACI provides the hardware, software, and training necessary to establish the in-house modeling and simulation capability used for client participation in study team exercises. CACI provides modeling and simulation support, conducts M&S, trains detachment personnel on how to operate hardware/software, and participates in the classified team study.

FA 3.6, Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support. (GS-07-T-00-BG/D0058) For 10 years, CACI has provided software design, development, and engineering support to NSWC Crane, various NAVSUP commands, and the Marine Corps, for the Retail Ordnance Logistics Management System (ROLMS), the Unit Level Ammunition Status (ULAS), and other ammunition management systems in support of the ordnance product area. CACI has supported the ROLMS project since its inception in 1994, and is currently in maintenance mode.

FA 3.8, Human Factors, Performance and Usability Engineering Support. (N00024-01-D-7010) Team Member PSGS applies engineering, scientific, and analytical skills to ensure that the design of interactive systems are safer, more secure, and easier to use; thereby reducing accidents due to human error, increasing system integrity, and enabling more efficient process operations. We understand the overall principles of Human System Integration (HSI), and the relationship of Human Factors Engineering (HFE) to the overall objective of providing Navy systems with the highest total system performance at the lowest total ownership cost. For more than eight years, our team has provided support to the Team Submarine Assistant for Environmental, Occupational Safety, and Health Directorate. PSGS routinely assesses and provides recommendations to ensure that considerations associated with human interface with systems, equipment, or processes are integrated into the decision-making process.

FA 3.10, Configuration Management (CM) Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 7 years, CACI has provided CM support to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on MK 34 gun weapon systems, major, medium, and minor gun mounts, and close-in weapon systems in the surface ship combat systems, surface warfare logistics, and maintenance product areas. CACI provides engineering support to establish procedures for preparing and processing ECPs and ordnance alterations (ORDALTs) for assigned weapon systems. CACI provides CM support in preparation or review of ECPs, incorporating approved engineering changes in the technical data, installing hardware, and maintaining configuration status accounting.

FA 3.11, Quality Assurance (QA) Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 7 years, CACI has provided standardized engineering processes to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment for all assigned tasks in the surface ship combat systems product area, using 4 professionals having more than 30 combined years' experience. CACI, in partnership with NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment, defined standardized engineering processes and achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification for both the detachment and the CACI Louisville office. Cary Tate is the ISO management representative for the CACI Louisville organization.

FA 3.12, Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 10 years, CACI has provided IS development, IA, and IT support to NSWC Crane, various NAVSUP commands, and the Marine Corps for the ordnance product area. CACI vertically integrates wholesale and retail ammunition accounting functionality to the Naval Ordnance Information System (OIS). CACI is certified at SEI CMM Level 3. CACI provides information technology expertise, provides database design and development and is responsible for data analysis and conversion of all legacy system data.

FA 3.13, Ship Inactivation and Disposal Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 7 years, CACI has provided technical support services to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on the close-in weapon system in the surface ship combat systems and surface warfare logistics and maintenance product areas. CACI identifies requirements and makes the determination of condition (ready for issue or not ready for issue) and configuration baseline for weapons being transferred to other nations under foreign military sales (FMS) cases. CACI has been involved with inspecting hardware to determine condition and determine repair methods and whether the equipment must be disposed of or can be transferred to the FMS customer.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 5 years, Team Member CACI has provided training curriculum and interactive training CDs to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on various aspects of the MK 45 gun mount in surface ship combat systems product area, using 3 professionals having more than 13 combined years' experience. CACI developed interactive CD-ROM training aides on technical subjects for the 5"/54 caliber gun mounts. CACI provides training support and has developed course outlines and curriculum using video and computer animation techniques to develop interactive training CDs.

FA 3.19, In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support. (N00164-96-D-0012) For 7 years, CACI has provided field service engineering support to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on the MK 34 gun weapon system and the MK 45 gun mounts in the surface ship combat systems and surface warfare logistics and maintenance product areas, using 3 professionals having more than 20 combined years' experience. CACI provides the services and expertise to install ECPs and ORDALTs, perform pierside overhauls, and technically direct the installation and checkout of 5"/54 caliber MK 45 gun mounts, including shipboard testing and sea trial support. CACI provides field service engineering support, participates in the installation and checkout of many MK 45 gun mounts, performs onboard ship equipment repairs, and responds to casualty reports.

FA 3.21 Administrative Support. (DAKF19-01-C-0013) GCC provided all of the administrative and management support services necessary to operate the Fort Riley Postal Operations Center . There were three major task areas including postal center operations, mail clerk and postal operations training, and mailroom inspections.


FA 3.12 Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), anc Information Technology (IT) Support. GCC provided Revised document indexing, archiving and file maintenance procedures and enhanced quality control checks and data entry/cross checking at the time of document receipt allowed GCC to easily identify duplicated or incorrect/incomplete contract documents, and return those to the originator prior to distribution for correction. Researched, implemented and successfully tested an automated document distribution process between SPAWAR and NAFI in less than sixty (60) days. Created a new Virtual Program Office (VPO) web site to receive and store processed FOIA requests. Developed an electronic contract conformed copy distribution process between the Comptroller and Contract Directorates resulting in instaneous electronic dissemination of conformed copies, reducing the lead time in updating obligations and reducing "lost" documents while assisting in increased rates of financial obligations.

FA 3.14, Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support. (N63394-03-P-0008) For 8 years, CACI has successfully supported NSWC PHD on complex efforts to provide insights into managing requirements and critical issues while performing the test and evaluation (T&E) mission, using 11 T&E professionals who have more than 260 combined years' systems integration experience. CACI was the major supporter of NSWC PHD T&E programs for USS NIMITZ (CVN-68). C.O. NIMITZ specifically commended CACI's effort. Carl Seastrand has 22 years' experience in combat systems test and evaluation, training, tactical employment, engineering, and operations.

FA 3.15, Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support. (N63394-03-P-0008) For 7 years, CACI personnel from our Oxnard and San Diego offices have supported multi-site electronic links with the Norfolk Naval Base, NSWC Dahlgren, NAWC Patuxent River , Eastville Tower , and ACSC/SCSC Wallops Island, providing a broad range of electronic signals for joint testing and training in the adjoining Virginia Capes operating area. Further connectivity exists among Dam Neck, Newport News Shipbuilding, Reedville Tower , and Virginia academia facilities to allow joint cooperative testing, training, and research. CACI personnel have supported test events from our San Diego office at contractor and Navy facilities for SSDS Mk 2 Mod 0 and 1 programs, including DT (land based), CSIT, CSSQT, FSIT, FQT, and SIT.

FA 3.16, Acquisition Logistics Support. (N63394-99-D-1110) For 8 years CACI has provided strategic analytical disciplines, acquisition logistics, multi-functional management, and product development/support to NAVSEA and NSWC PHD logistics managers, using 12 logisticians who have more than 215 combined years' experience. CACI personnel are experienced in, and have defined requirements for and assisted with the development of a life cycle cost/scenario-based cost prediction models for numerous Navy programs.

FA 3.17, Supply and Provisioning Support. (GS-35F-5403H) CACI has provided both supply and provisioning support to NAVSEA, PEO and various NSWCs logistics managers. That support consists of assisting with CASREP expediting, on-site support of ILO special teams, inventory management of GFM/GFE material, verifying/validating COSAL parts, research suitability and interchangeability of NSNs, and developing new or revising provisioning technical data. CACI personnel provides supply and provisioning support to NSWC PHD.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00104-05-F-Q220/GS-02F-0058P) GCC has provided program management and acquisition management training to SPAWAR, FISK, and the Marine Corps at Cam Pendleton. In addition, CACI, under N63394-03-P-0008, provides both maintenance and operator training support in support of NAVSEA, PEO, and various NSWCs, using a staff of 8 who have 200 years' combined training experience in SSDS, CEC, and RNSSMS. Programs supported are CEC and SSDS in surface combatants, big deck ships, and Hawkeye 2000 aircraft. CACI personnel have performed extensive success-oriented professional training analysis, design, development, and implementation of numerous combat weapon systems for the Navy.

FA 3.20, Program Support. (N00039-04-D-0005) GCC provides program support to HQ SPAWAR Code 02, PEO C4ISR & SPACE, PEO-IT, and echelon three organizations under the Multiple Service Acquisition (MSA) multiple-award contract. GCC supports the program offices in the development and crafting of work requirements as performance-based, performs cost estimating and analysis support, tracks and reports metrics on all task orders, and supports the Award Term Determining Official in the conduct of Award Term evaluations. In addition, GCC supports Code 02 in the award and administration of task orders under MSA.


FA 3.11, Quality Assurance (QA) Support. (N00406-99-D-5130, multiple orders) Over the past 10 years, CACI has provided quality assurance and testing support to various NAVSUP commands and the Marine Corps, for the development of ammunition management systems and the Mobile Fleet Support Team's (MFST) training programs for the ordnance product area, using 10 professionals who have more than 37 combined years' experience. CACI MFST members participate in the government integration, validation and verification (IV&V) efforts for multiple, on-going projects.

FA 3.18, Training Support. (N00104-05-F-Q220/ GS-02F-0058P) GCC has provided program management and acquisition management training to NUWC Keyport.

FA 3.19, In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation, and Checkout Support. (N00024-01-D-7010 D.O. 0010 & 0011 & GSA PES GS-23F-0014K) PSGS supports the Navy Subma­rine Fleet, NAVSEA, Field Activities, and Waterfront Maintenance Activities (i.e., Shipyards, IMAs, RMCs, RSGs, SSSUs, etc.) by providing Engineering, Technical analysis, strategic plan development and review, SHIPALT, MACHALT, TEMPALT, development review, tracking, installation, planning, and completion audit for the modernization of Navy submarines. Specific examples include:

  • Develops alterations (A&Is, TEMPALTS, SHIPALTS, etc.) for NAVSEA 07T
  • Provides oversight for the total modernization program for PMS392A4 from development of JCF to planning to documentation development (alteration, operational, and mainte-nance/refurbishment) through alteration completion audits
  • Provides the PSGS Submarine Maintenance Coordinators for mission support for the subma­rines on the waterfront. PSGS coordinators plan and execute all maintenance completed on-board and interface with IMAs, public and private shipyards, and vendors to ensure comple­tion of mission-critical items for overall operating unit success.

FA 3.20, Program Support. (GS23F-0252K/HQ006-03-F-0010PSGS is the prime contractor to the NAVSEA Submarine In-Service Directorate, and provides engineering, financial, logistics, and program management services. Surface ship programs that PSGS sup­ports include: PEO SHIPS Fleet Support, Ship Inactivation Program PMS333, PEO SHIPS CG Modernization, SEA05N, PEO IWS3C, PMS405 Navy High-Energy Systems, and OPNAV N76. In addition, we provide support to Industrial Operations (NAVSEA 04X), the Office of Envi­ronmental Protection/Occupational Safety and Health, (NAVSEA 00T), the NAVSEA Chief In­formation Officer (00I) and Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Kinetic Energy Interceptors, and the NAVAIR Tactical Tomahawk program.

FA 3.22, Public Affairs and Multimedia Support. (N00024-01-D-7019) Team Member PSGS provides support for public affairs inquiries including all levels of analysis for submarine programs including preparation and answering Congressional inquiries and markups.

This page last updated 15 December 2017.