SeaPort-e Experience

The Engility SeaPort-e Team has an impressive history of performance in all 22 functional service areas as outlined in the following paragraphs – SeaPort-e Statement of Work paragraph numbers in parentheses:

Research and Development Support (3.1)
Engility currently supports the Program Executive Office, Integrated Warfare System (PEO IWS) 3.0 in monitoring the technical development of the SM-6 missile.

Engineer, System Engineering, and Process Engineering Support (3.2)
Engility provides the Navy In-Service Engineering Activity for various shipboard surveillance radars with engineering and systems engineering support.

Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support (3.3)
Engility uses Extended Air Defense Simulations in support of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command.

Prototyping, Pre-production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support (3.4)
Engility has developed a Web portal for the Joint Functional Component Command–Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (JFCC-ISR) and the Defense Intelligence Operations Coordination Center (DIOCC) at the Defense Intelligence Agency. This portal is now in use by ISR elements of the defense intelligence community worldwide. The portal operates at the Top Secret and Special Intelligence levels.

System Design Documentation and Technical Design Support (3.5)
Engility provides system design documentation and technical design support to NAVSEA IWS 3.0.

Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support (3.6)
Engility provides software engineering, integration, and programming services for the DIOCC to meet the needs of the ISR community.

Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support (3.7)
Engility provides RM&A support to the US Army PM UAS.

Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support (3.8)
Engility provides human factors expertise to the Federal Aviation Administration in the area of computer-human interface for the display system that will be used by air traffic controllers in the Next Generation Air Traffic Control System.

System Safety Engineering Support (3.9)
Engility supports the PEO IWS 3.0 and the NAVSEA Weapons Systems Explosive Safety Review Board (WSESRB) as they conduct their independent technical safety evaluation of all weapons systems acquisition and upgrade programs.

Configuration Management (CM) Support (3.10)
Engility’s work on the Radar ISEA program entails CM support as we install, integrate, and test a variety of shipboard surveillance radars.

Quality Assurance Support (3.11)
Engility provides quality assurance and mission assurance support to the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center.

Information System Development, Information Assurance, and IT Support (3.12)
Engility has more than 25 ongoing contracts that support information assurance and information operations. The majority of these contracts support the U.S. Air Force and its subordinate entities.

Inactivation and Disposal Support (3.13)
Engility oversees the disposal of used rocket motors for the Air Force.

Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, and Trials Support (3.14)
Engility provides a full range of test and evaluation support to NAVSEA PEO IWS 1TE for the Aegis Combat System (domestic and foreign military sales versions).

Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support (3.15)
Engility supports the Missile Defense Agency Test and Evaluation Directorate (specifically Deputy for Test Resources) as they integrate mobile test assets with various missile ranges worldwide.

Logistics Support (3.16)
Engility established the Performance Based Logistics program for the RQ-7 Shadow unmanned aircraft system (UAS) for the Army’s Program Manager UAS.

Supply and Provisioning Support (3.17)
Engility supports the US Army C providing supply and provisioning services support, including supply chain and maintenance management, Item Unique Identification, and OCONUS warehouse services supporting operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Training Support (3.18)
The Engility Radar ISEA team provides technical training on upgrades and modifications to shipboard surveillance radars. Engility personnel have also provided operators and maintainers training during field change installations and when required by a ship for SPS-67 and SPS-48E systems.

In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation, and Checkout Support (3.19)
The Engility Radar ISEA team installs upgrades and modifications to various shipboard surveillance radars for the Naval Surface Warfare Center including AN/SPS-74, AN/SPS-73, AN/SPS-49, AN/SPS-48E, and AN/SPS-67.

Program Support (3.20)
Engility leads a 10-contractor team that provides program support to PEO IWS 3.0. The tasks include: systems engineering, program planning, and program office administrative support; technical, programmatic, and analytical support for development programs; program management, financial management, and logistics support for SM/VLS production programs; and acquisition, case management, and logistics for SM/VLS foreign military sales programs.

Functional and Administrative Support (3.21)
Engility provides functional and administrative support to various offices within PEO IWS 3.0, including the office of the Director and the Deputy (IWS 3.0), the Technical Director (IWS 3TD), the STANDARD Missile Program Office (IWS 3A), the Surface Launch Systems Office (IWS 3L), and the Business Operations Office (IWS 3E).

Public Affairs and Multimedia Support (3.22)
Engility teammate Bowhead Science and Technology provides a team that recommends and executes communications strategies or actions in support of Naval Air Systems Command programs, initiatives, and projects.