CJSeto selected Computer Sciences Corporation (“CSC”), BBN Technologies (“BBN”), Information Support Systems (“ISS”), Portage, Inc, and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as subcontractors to form the CJSeto Team. All teammates have significant relevant experience in each of the requested support areas in the SOW.
CSC is a diversified, high technology research and engineering company with contract awards of $17.2 billion last year. CSC and its subsidiaries have more than 79,000 employees at offices in more than 76 cities worldwide. CSC has a proven track record of providing superior technical performance in support of DOD programs for over 45 years. CSC is one of the largest system integrators for the U.S. Government.
BBN provides both advanced research and custom research-based solutions for over 50 years. Their research and development activities complement and verify each other, assuring that our customers always receive solutions that are both practical and state-of-the-art. Our government customers know they can rely on us because of our track record of launching new and successful technology solutions. BBN is at the forefront of research and development in Networking, Information Security, Critical Infrastructure Security, and Signal Processing. Their multi-sensor processing systems are in use in the U.S Navy, the UK Royal Air Force, and the Canadian Navy. BBN has supported NAVSEA, NAVAIR, NAWC, NUWC, Office of Naval Research (ONR), US PACOM, NAVOCEANO, the Fleet and US Government for critical R&D tasks engineering, systems engineering, modeling and simulation, software, system integration, and test and evaluation service.
ISS is a global information technology, communications, and logistics management support services company. Since its founding, the number of employees has grown from less than 20 to more than 1,200 diversely talented and highly skilled professionals in 50 national and international offices and staff locations. Its annual revenues in 2004 were $210 million through delivery of customer-focused, technology-based solutions.
Portage, Inc., provides comprehensive engineering and technical solutions for environmental, infrastructure, and energy projects. The company supports federal, state, tribal, and local governments and private industry. Since incorporating in 1992, Portage has grown to a staff of more than 400 highly skilled technical and professional personnel. Portage is based in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with satellite offices throughout the country.
SAIC is a FORTUNE 500® scientific, engineering, and technology applications company that uses its deep domain knowledge to solve problems of vital importance to the nation and the world, in national security, energy & environment, health and cyber-security. The company’s approximately 41,000 employees serve federal customers in the Department of Defense (DoD), the intelligence community, the Department of Homeland Security, and selected commercial markets. SAIC is headquartered in McLean, VA and has division offices throughout the country, including Crane, IN.
The CJSeto Seaport-E team offers the combined skills, knowledge and expertise of some of the largest engineering support contractors available. These resources ensure that the right technical expertise is brought to bear to complete all task orders in a professional and expeditious manner.
A Description of Our Quality Assurance Program:
Individual staff and managers are assigned specific responsibilities to manage performance and are required to report via regularly scheduled meetings and project reports. These reviews are tied to performance requirements, surveillance methods, and acceptable quality levels set forth in the contract award or Quality Control Plan for each project. Formal reviews of departmental, team or individual performance targets are conducted against various measurable criteria including (but not limited to): accuracy, clarity, consistency, timeliness, and appropriate format. The internal review process identifies training, development and reward outcomes. The entire process is reviewed in a continuous improvement cycle and documented as part of the Quality Management System.
Program/Project Managers will review (or supervise the production of) project deliverables for completeness and conformity with the Acceptable Quality Level set out in the contract or the project Quality Control Plan. The Director of Contracts & Corporate Finance reviews performance requirements for invoices to ensure they are compliant with contract procedures and deliverables are within contract time-frames. The Quality Manager performs internal audits to verify that projects are being managed in accordance with the requirements of the CJSeto Quality Management System. The Quality Manager documents nonconformity and supervises the corrective action process until the quality issue is resolved.
Task Orders Received Under This Contract:
NSWC Crane Environmental Program Support
NAVSUP FLC Norfolk Sup. Mgmnt. Dept. MW
NUWC Keyport Div. IT Sup.