USN SeaPort-e - N00178-16-D-8652

Coley & Associates welcomes you to our Navy SeaPort-e web page. This web page has been developed to provide information regarding the services available to you through specially negotiated terms. For information on the Navy SeaPort-e program, visit the SeaPort-e FAQ page.

SeaPort-e Contract Number


SeaPort-e Contact

Michael Meadows

SeaPort-e Capabilities

Coley provides support services for these functional areas:

  • 6. Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
  • 18. Training Support
  • 20. Program Support
  • 22. Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

SeaPort-e Zones

NAVSEA selected a regional "zone" approach for SeaPort-e program participants in order to preserve the local vendor base that currently supports Navy ordering activities, encourage small business participation, reduce the need for complicated teaming arrangements, and ensure adequate competition for all requirements in all zones. Coley & Associates contract is valid in the following zones:

  • (3) Mid-Atlantic
  • (4) Gulf Coast

Map of the United States showing the SeaPort-e Zones.

SeaPort-e Partners

Coley currently has no teaming partners on our Seaport-e contract. If partners are added, their names and links to their websites will be posted here.

SeaPort-e Task Orders

Seaport-e Task Orders will be posted here.

Coley Quality Assurance Program

Coley has a documented quality assurance program. We continually strive to improve its effectiveness in accordance with the requirements of the Software Engineer Institute - Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Project Management Institute (PMI) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) processes.

The Seaport-e QAP uses Coley’s standard QAP, as a baseline and will be tailored to specific quality standards called out in each task order. The QAP includes a Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP) that will include the metrics and standards to be met during project execution. Quality metrics and project components identified as complex or risky will be identified during the kick-off meeting. These will be recorded and stored in our project management system, to become a task for the PM to track during project meetings and to provide necessary updates in scheduled status reports. Coley’s project management system will provide our team and the Government with secure on-line access to review reports. Reports and results associated with QA related issues are reviewed at the corporate level during the monthly Coley Process Improvement Group meetings to improve the quality of all future projects and tasks.

We look forward to helping your organization achieve greatness.

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