SeaPort-e Contracts Information and Support Overview

SeaPort-e Contracts Information and Support Overview

SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) made electronic procurement of engineering, technical and programmatic support services at NAVSEA a reality. The Navy Virtual SYSCOM (VS) Commanders (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, NAVSUP, and SPAWAR) have decided to leverage the successes and efficiencies of the SeaPort-e business model by designating SeaPort-e the vehicle of choice for future engineering, financial, and program management contractor support services.

SeaPort-e is an electronic, web-based portal where requests for services are managed from “cradle to grave”. SeaPort-e is an extension of the current SeaPort procurement vehicle used at NAVSEA. This “paper-less” system promotes time efficiency and a reduction in administrative costs. Competition on a task order basis results in cost savings in addition to the already capped fees and pass-through rates established on the SeaPort-e MACs.

SeaPort-e Rolling Task Orders List ( Pending ).

SeaPort-e Zone Presence for A&H Technologies and Team Member SENTEL (Zones, 2, 3, and 4)

A&H Technologies Point of Contact for SeaPort-e issues is: Chester H. Abbott President of A&H Technologies, Inc. Phone (228)-396-3798, E-mail

A&H Technologies, Inc. Capabilities

Since the company’s origination in 1998, A&H Technologies (A&H) has provided extensive support to the NSWC PHD Surface Combat Support Program and NSWC DD B54 in its engineering efforts under current and previous contracts demonstrating its ability to be an effective government provider of services defined in Sea Port Solicitation Number N00178-07-R-4000 as a Prime Contractor. A&H along with their team members have the highly qualified personnel, as well as the materials, facilities, equipment, and test instrumentation to provide engineering and technical support, computer programming, materials managements and logistic support services necessary to support U.S. Navy and Marine Corps engineering requirements as specific contracts would require. A&H’s highly experienced technical team is responsible for generating and executing test plans and procedures for many EM related efforts including EM certifications and discovery testing for new construction, both in-port and at-sea. A&H provides engineering and technical support, spectrum supportability, platform integration, and electromagnetic environmental effects (E3) system integration, fleet E3 interoperability support services necessary to support test and evaluation and post event analysis for U.S., Allied Nations, and Foreign Military Sales customers as directed. A&H will continue to provide services as required at shore sites, land based test facilities, shipyards, and aboard ships in port and at sea.  A&H provides engineering and technical services in support of identification, analysis and resolution of combat systems and interoperability for electromagnetic interference (EMI) anomalies that affect shipboard systems.  A&H provides on-site engineering and technical support for EM control drawings, tests and evaluations; develops, maintains, and updates test documentation; and attends working group, planning, and certification meetings as directed.  A&H provides engineering recommendation and improvements as well as engineering evaluations necessary to establish electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) guidance, policy and certification for assigned ships and facilities. EMI and Radiation Hazard (RADHAZ) activities will include discovery and recognition testing, support of topside integration design, and configuration management for new ship construction and fleet availability periods and other test and engineering events as required to meet MIL STD 1605 and NAVSEA STD 407-5291780 specifications.  A&H provides EMI/EMC analysis, test planning services, develop test procedures, conduct test, and document test results with quick look and summary reports. A&H provides engineering recommendations for product improvement and modifications along with developing technical support documentation.

Covered Services; A&H and its team members can and has support the governments’ needs in all technical areas identified in paragraphs 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, 3.9, 3.14, and 3.17. A&H’s highly experienced technical staff currently provides; Research and Development Support (Para; 3.1), Engineering Support (Para; 3.2), Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support (Para; 3.6), System Safety Engineering Support, (Para; 3.9), Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, and Trials Support, (Para; 3.14, and Supply and Provisioning Support (Para; 3.17). It is in these areas that A&H can provide services to individual government agencies at competitive rates in zones 2, 3, and 4.

A&H Technologies Team Members:


A&H team member SENTEL Corporation, founded in 1987, has been providing software engineering and technical support for development, execution, and maintenance of Navy frequency management programs, including the Afloat Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations Program (AESOP), the Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Program (EMCAP), as well as the Communications Planning Module (CPM) since 1991.  SENTEL performs full life-cycle software development support for AESOP.  SENTEL is also providing E3 and technical support to AESOP to support the battle force (BF).  This support includes performing E3 testing for new and deployed system; providing assistance and extensive training for AESOP users; and investigating and designing the migration of AESOP for compliance with the U.S. Navy’s FORCEnet initiative.  As part of the AESOP support, SENTEL has: Provided spectrum certification and assignment support for numerous spectrum dependent systems in experimental, developmental and operational stages; Developed an electromagnetic interference fix for the Televisions Direct-to-Sailor; Assisted in the evaluation of AN/SPY-1 radar interference to WiMAX systems; and Developed 110 circuit boards to replace missing or damaged boards onboard several of the Navy’s Mine Countermeasure Ships. SENTEL also provides over 26 years of hardware and software engineering experience in the areas of data acquisition, hardware level monitoring and control, laser steering, sensor and subsystem communications, command and control, requirements management, configuration management, and quality assurance. SENTEL will utilize their expertise in the areas of RF spectrum management, EMI fix development, software development and life cycle support, data acquisition, and radio communications to assist in the optimization of the use of the limited radio spectrum. SENTEL’s years of experience in software and hardware solutions will enhance A&H’s capability to provide premiere services to the operational Navy. With SENTEL Corporation a prime contractor under Sea Port program A&H will not elaborate on SENTEL’s abilities.

Covered Services:

R&D Support, Engineering Support, Modeling, Prototyping, System Des Doc/Tech Data, Software, RM&A, HF Engineering Support, System Safety, CM Support, QA Support, IS / IA / IT, Ship Inactivation/Disposal, Interoperability/T&E/Trials, Measure Facilities/Ranges, Acquisition Logistics, Supply & Provisioning, Training, In-Service Eng, Program Support, Administrative Support, Public Affairs. SeaPort Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) are designed to include all aspects of professional support services (SeaPort-I MAC) and Engineering, Technical, & Programmatic Support Services (SeaPort-e MAC) as required by the Virtual Systems Command, its related Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and field affiliates. These contracts are not intended to nor will they be used to procure any personal services or services which are inherently governmental. Generally, SeaPort MACs provide vehicles to procure engineering, technical, programmatic, and professional support services for authorized users through all phases of ship and weapon system life cycle – technology development, concept exploration, design, specification development, construction/production, test and evaluation, certification, operation, maintenance, improvement/modernization, overhaul and refueling, salvage and disposal. The scope of the contracts also includes professional support services to assist in the development, review and execution of search and salvage, diving, underwater ship husbandry, and pollution control program areas.