Thor Solutions

Overview

Founded in 2009, THOR Solutions, LLC (THOR) is a rapidly growing Center for Veteran’s Excellence (CVE) verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) supporting a broad portfolio of U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, and commercial clients.

Navy Seaport-e Zones 1-7: Contract: N00178-11-D-6705

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Mission

THOR’s ethos of commitment to Sailors, Marines, and Mariners fosters dynamic innovation and tailored application of proven management discipline, analytical and engineering expertise, and technical solutions to solve our clients’ most complex challenges and advance programs of national interest and global significance.

Vision

To be the premier maritime domain solutions provider ensuring safety and mission readiness for U.S. and partner-nation Sailors, Marines, and Mariners who sail into harms way and protect the strategic maritime crossroads, trade systems, security, prosperity, and freedoms we cherish as Americans.

 

Global Execution

THOR supports U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, and commercial maritime domain requirement execution nationwide and around the world, including all major Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) Fleet Concentration Areas (FCAs).

Alameda, CA        San Diego, CA        Washington, DC

Key West, FL        Panama City, FL     Lockport, LA

New Orleans, LA   Baltimore, MD         Portland, OR

Philadelphia, PA    Arlington, VA           Dahlgren, VA

Norfolk, VA            Bremerton, WA        Manama, Bahrain

Naples, Italy          Sasebo, Japan        Yokosuka, Japan

                              Rota, Spain

Awards

THOR was recently awarded the following contracts:

06.09.2017

Arlington, VA - THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC) with Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) Systems support. THOR will assist SWRMC in providing direct support to Fleet units and Type Commanders (TYCOMs) in waterfront Fleet Technical Assistance (FTA), assessment, techniques, and training associated with the operation, installation, maintenance, repair and readiness of shipboard equipment and systems. THOR will support SWRMC in increasing the reliability and maintainability of shipboard HM&E systems with dedicated field technical support, enhanced availability planning, emergent systematic technical and repair assistance, automated maintenance techniques, documentation and procedures aligned with overarching Navy requirements. 

THOR will also provide engineering operations management, assessments; project support engineer; integrated test engineer; I-level planning; naval architecture, coatings, watertight enclosures, docking; tanks, voids, structures, and passive countermeasure systems; fire fighting, environmental, and freshwater; AC&R/air systems; elevator systems; hydraulics, controls, and piping systems; gas turbines, gas turbine controls, and vibration analysis; electrical; steam/main propulsion; and diesels and automated controls support to SWRMC.

Work on this five-year contract will be performed in San Diego, CA, and other locations nationwide and around the world.

06.05.2017

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to support the Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) Ship Defense and Expeditionary Warfare Department (S Department) Underway Replenishment (UNREP) Division (S60). UNREP is a method by which fuel, potable water, munitions, provisions, and spare parts are transferred between two ships while underway. UNREP today is conducted using tensioned wire ropes attached at each ship and this type of UNREP is known as the Standard Tensioned Replenishment Alongside Method (STREAM). The current UNREP system, used throughout the fleet to transfer fuel and solid cargo, is known as the Navy Standard STREAM system. 

THOR will assist NSWC PHD S60 in ensuring the successful deployment of advanced UNREP systems and continued sustainment of legacy UNREP systems. The first new UNREP system in 40 years will be developed, tested, and deployed through the work performed on this contract. The new UNREP systems, currently under development, are known as Electric-STREAM (E-STREAM) which consists of a Heavy Replenishment-At-Sea (H-RAS) system, a standard capability Replenishment-At-Sea (RAS) system, and a Fueling-At-Sea (FAS) system.

Support will include assisting in the conceptual design, development, in-service engineering, logistics, and lifecycle management for UNREP systems. E-STREAM is critical to the long-term health of the Combat Logistics Force (CLF) fleet. The E-STREAM system will be the UNREP system for the T-AO(X), the next generation fleet oiler. The existing UNREP ships will continue to require support and improved system upgrades to sustain the service for the life of the CLF ships.

Work on this five-year contract will be performed in Port Hueneme, CA, and Virginia Beach, VA.

05.15.2017

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide Technical and Professional Support Services to the Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) and Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY). MARMC is the largest Regional Maintenance Center (RMC) in the world, and provides on-site technical services to units of the Atlantic Fleet (LANTFLT) in the installation, operation, maintenance, modification, and testing of all assigned systems and their components ensuring long-term fleet readiness. MARMC also procures and administers ship conversion and repair contracts assigned to private shipyards. In addition to local operations in Norfolk, VA, MARMC supports RMC requirements across the Southeast, Southwest, and Forward Deployed RMCs in Italy, Spain, and Bahrain.

THOR will provide support programmatic, engineering, technical, industrial, production, maintenance planning and operations, logistics, and quality assurance support to MARMC’s Front Office (Code 100), QA Department (Code 130), Waterfront Operations Department (Code 300), Logistics Department (Code 500), Production Department (Code 900), and Corporate Operations Department (Code 1100).

Work on this five-year contract will be performed in Norfolk, VA, and other locations nationwide and around the world.

04.21.2017

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to by the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) 6.8 Corporate Business Office (CBO) to provide Programs and Systems Support (PASS) services. The CBO supports all DoD Commands, Agencies, and Field Activities, all other DoD entities, including Medical, and their partners, US Coast Guard, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to facilitate lessons learned across the DoD and its partners, US Coast Guard and NASA, and provides acquisition, implementation, and sustainment services.

Requirements within this Multiple Award Contract Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (MAC IDIQ) include total integrated lifecycle management for Project, Program, and Portfolio (PPP) Management, Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management, Life Cycle Logistics/Integrated Product Support, Systems Engineering, Business Improvement, Business Analytics, Modeling and Simulation Management, Test and Evaluation, Information Technology, Facilitation, Education, Training, and Technical Writing, Editing, and Illustration. In addition, requirements include FMS services and/or in country support to 40+ allies and partner nations.

Work on this five-year contract will be performed nationwide and around the world.

03.31.2017

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide support services to the US Coast Guard Patrol Boat Acquisition Office (CG-9125) Project Resident Office (PRO) in Lockport, LA in support of SENTINEL Class Fast Response Cutter (FRC) patrol boat acquisition.

The US Coast Guard FRC project is a multi-year Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Level I investment and a US Coast Guard Major Acquisition to replace the aging ISLAND Class patrol boats. The FRC project utilizes a two-phased production contract. The Phase I contract was awarded in 2008 to Bollinger Shipyards Lockport, LLC, and includes the design and construction of the lead FRC with options (all options were exercised) for up to 32 total cutters. The Phase II contract was awarded in May 2016 for the acquisition of the remaining hulls (up to a total fleet size of 58).

THOR will provide programmatic, engineering, logistics, and administrative support services, including CDRL review, post-delivery, trials, inspection, HM&E technician, logistician, financial, and pre-commissioning (PRECOM) support. Work on this contract will be performed in Lockport, LA, Key West, FL, and other locations nationwide.

01.10.2017

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide the US Coast Guard Ship Design Team (CG-459) and Surface Forces Logistics Center Engineering Services Division (SFLC) complete life cycle management support for floating assets from concept development through eventual disposal. This includes acquisition of new cutters and boats, maintenance and upgrade of existing cutters and boats, management/maintenance of vessel configuration and performance characteristics, and engineering and design support services.

THOR will provide Design, Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Technical Standards Development, System Specification Development, Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) and Data Item Description (DID) Management, SOW Preparation, Certification Matrix Preparation, and Configuration Management support. THOR will also provide engineering and technical support in studying, analyzing, and evaluating engineering problems and developing solutions, as well as assist in development of contract documentation and technical plans, specifications, and cost estimates related to engineering support services, studies, and associated reports. THOR will provide these support services for the Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) and Polar Icebreaker (PIB).

THOR will also provide expertise in hullform and performance, weights and stability, area/volume requirements, structures, propulsion systems, auxiliary systems, deck systems, control systems, electrical systems, boat handling systems, stores/cargo handling systems, outfitting and arrangements, physical model test planning assessments, integrated topside design, weapons systems integration, icebreaking performance, winterization, and scientific mission outfitting.

Work on this five-year contract will be performed at US Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, and SFLC ESD in Baltimore, MD.

09.30.2016

Arlington, VA - THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWC PD) engineering, technical, training, and Information Assurance (IA) support. This will include certification and accreditation, cyber security, continuity of operation, IA modeling and simulation, logistics management, Information Technology (IT) and software support services. Support will include developing and integrating technological improvements to the US Navy's Enabling Technologies, Remote Monitoring, Condition Assessments Systems, Control Systems Shipboard Network Protection Systems, and efforts related to the development, implementation, and execution of the US Navy's modernization programs.

This support will include providing both ship-based and shore-based personnel information concerning the condition and performance level of the shipboard equipment it monitors by analyzing the information from machinery control sensors throughout the ship. The results of this effort will be real-time and regulated information transfers to/from a Remote Monitoring Operations Center (RMOC) located in NSWC PD laboratories and aboard selected US Navy ships having installed Enterprise Remote Monitoring Integrated Condition Assessment System (ICAS), Enterprise Remote Monitoring (eRM) or ACES machine sensor data systems.

Work on this four-year contract will be performed in Philadelphia, PA, Washington, DC, Norfolk, VA, San Diego, CA, Marport, FL, and Bremerton, WA.

09.29.2016

Arlington, VA - THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide the US Coast Guard Office of Acquisitions National Security Cutter (NSC) Program, Polar Icebreaker (PIB) Program, and Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) Program with Acquisition Program Management, Business and Financial Management (BFM), Earned Value Management (EVM), Naval Architecture, Marine, Mechanical, Electrical, and Systems Engineering, Test & Evaluation (T&E), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Government Furnished Equipment / Government Furnished Information (GFI), Post Delivery, Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), Risk Management, and Administrative support.

Support will require extensive organizational engagement across the US Coast Guard, including the Commandant (CG-00), Vice Commandant (CG-09), Assistant Commandant for Intelligence (CG-2), Assistant Commandant for Resources (CG-8), Human Resources (CG-1), Assistant Commandant for Engineering & Logistics (CG-4), Assistant Commandant for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, & Information Technology (CG-6), Assistant Commandant for Capability (CG-7), and Assistant Commandant for Acquisition (CG-9), as well as extensive external integration with partner organizations such as NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, and INSURV.

The NSC Program owns the US Coast Guard's largest and most capable general purpose cutters. The NSC Program includes a total acquisition cost of $5.559B and replaces the US Coast Guars Hamilton Class high endurance cutters. Five cutters have been accepted, with the 6th, 7th, and 8th cutters in production, and with the 9th award expected within the next year. These cutters span multiple stages of the acquisition cycle including the beginning stages of construction, post delivery, transition, and sustainment. Each NSC is capable of operating in the most demanding open ocean environments, including hazardous fisheries of the North Pacific and the vast approaches of the Southern Pacific, where much of the American narcotics traffic occurs. With robust C4ISR equipment, stern boat launch, and long-endurance station keeping, NSCs are afloat operational-level headquarters for complex law enforcement and national security missions.

The US Coast Guard PIB Program continues through the Analyze/Select and Obtain Phases of the US Coast Guard Major Systems Acquisition Manual (MSAM) process. Numerous feasibility studies and detailed acquisition documentation is in development due to the uniqueness of the heavy icebreaker acquisition and specialized engineering and technical requirements for this platform.

The US Coast Guard OPC Program is providing the next generation of cutters. The OPC will be a critical USCG asset in the support of the national security strategy for maintaining the nation's economic, social, environmental, and military security mission areas. The OPC will typically conduct its primary missions beyond 12 nautical miles from shore, and bridge the capability between the NSC and Fast Response Cutter (FRC) to complete the new system of surface assets, as the NSC, FRC, and OPC constitute the majority of the cutter assets capable of operating in the US Coast Guard's area of responsibility.

Work on this four-year contract will be performed in Washington, DC, Morristown, NJ, Charleston, SC, Alameda, CA, and other locations across the country.

09.28.2016

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is a member of a team selected to provide the US Army, Product Director, Army Watercraft Systems (PD AWS) support to perform a Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) and On-Condition Cyclic Maintenance (OCCM) on its fleet of Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 2000 vessels.

The LCU 2000 has been in service since 1990. The vessel was originally designed with an as-built service life of 25 years (2015). The purpose of the program is to combine SLEP and OCCM to minimize the vessels downtime while extending the vessels service life by at least an additional 10 years.

Support requirements include program management, engineering, testing, and logistics, including development and management of logistics documentation such as technical manuals, training materials, and provisioning/supply information.

Work will be performed throughout the Tidewater, VA area, including Norfolk, VA, Little Creek, VA, Fort Story, VA, and Fort Eustis, VA, and other locations nationwide and around the world.

09.15.2016

Arlington, VA – THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today it has been awarded a $19M, five-year prime contract to provide Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) 1 Class and LCAC 100 Class (Ship to Shore Connector), amphibious warfare ships, and Expeditionary Transfer Dock (ESD) support to Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD).

The contract requires LCAC and Future Seabase Connector Ship Interface Support for expeditionary assault systems, including well deck interface with the LPD 17, LHD, LHA, LX(R), future expeditionary warfare ships and seabasing ships, and foreign allied expeditionary ships of the French, Spanish, Australian, and Japanese Navies. Technical support will be provided in investigation and resolution of well deck interface issues related to fuel systems, electrical power systems, alignment and other systems that interface with the LCAC and Future Sesabase Connectors, as well as in improvements in integrating existing and emerging US Navy, US Marine Corps (USMC), and Special Operations (SPECOPs) vehicles and craft, trucks, tracked recovery, and construction vehicles and associated engineering and logistical issues generated in integration of these vehicles aboard LCAC and Future Seabase Connectors. Requirements also include craft acceptance, Test and Evaluation (T&E), and Product Support and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS).

Logistics requirements include Supportability Analysis (SA), Provisioning, Fleet Modernization, Maintenance Index Page (MIP) and Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC), Technical Manual, Automated Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) Improvement Program (ACIP), Systems and Parts Obsolescence, Equipment Data, ILS and Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Navigation (C4N) Assistance with In Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs), In-Service Engineering, Life Cycle Engineering, Training, and Technical Library Support.

Support will include extensive stakeholder engagement across the US Navy, with organizations that include the US Marine Corps (USMC), Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Office of Naval Research (ONR), Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Amphibious Warfare Program Office (PMS 377), the LPD 17 and LX(R) Program Office (PMS 317), the Strategic & Theater Sealift Program Office (PMS 385), and the Support Ships, Boats and Craft Program Office (PMS 325), In Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs), Naval Inventory Control Point (NAVICP), Naval Sea Logistics Center (NAVSEALOGCEN), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Assault Craft Unit (ACU-4), ACU-5, Naval Beach Unit (NBU-7), and the Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV),

Work will be performed in Panama City, FL, Eglin Air Force Base, FL, New Orleans, LA, San Diego, CA, Camp Pendleton, CA, Washington, DC, Little Creek, VA, Camp Lejeune, NC, Philadelphia, PA, Boston, MA, Yokuse, Japan, and other locations nationwide and around the world.

08.24.2016

Arlington, VA - THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today that it is part of a team selected to provide Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia (NSWC PD) with critical engineering, technical and project management support for design, modification, and testing of power and control systems for US Navy, US Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command, and Foreign Navy ships, vessels, programs, and initiatives. 

Support will include design development, review and comment, system root cause analysis and troubleshooting, system and equipment production quality assurance, and system and equipment test development, witnessing, inspection, and grooming. Systems supported will include electric power, magnetic signature control, main and auxiliary machinery, integrated bridge, and associated controls, fluid, mechanical, and automation for surface combatants, expeditionary and amphibious class ships.

Work on this four-year contract will be performed in Washington, DC, West Bethesda, MD, Norfolk, VA, San Diego, CA, Marinette, WI, Mobile, AL, Kings Bay, GA, Pascagoula, MS, Bath, ME, Everett, WA, Bremerton, WA, and Pearl Harbor, HI.

06.30.2016

THOR has been awarded a $20M prime contract to support Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) Sensors and Sonar Systems Department (Code 15) Business Operations requirements. The scope of work includes Media Center, Technical Library, Website, Information Technology, Information Assurance, Program Documentation, Development, & Database, Laboratories & Equipment Configuration, Financial Management, & Administrative Support.

06.22.2016

THOR has been awarded a subcontract to provide engineering, technical, and logistics services for navigation, ship control system, and machinery control technologies in support of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPLD) Aircraft Carrier, Nuclear Powered (CVN) Networks, Navigation Systems, and Integrated Bridge Controls (NAV/IBC) Branch (Code 524) and the Carrier Network, Navigation and Steering Controls Branch (Code 525).

06.06.2016

THOR has been awarded a subcontract to provide program management, systems engineering, and cost estimating support for U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) polar icebreaker design, engineering, maintenance, and operations Alternatives Analysis (AA) to ensure sustained continuous heavy icebreaking capability. THOR's support will assist the USCG in recapitalizing its heavy icebreaking capability, and will include detailed analysis related to acquisition, extended service life, reactivation, decommissioning, hazardous material abatement, and International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) compliance requirements.

12.01.2015

THOR has been awarded a subcontract to programmatic, engineering, logistics, and administrative support services to Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Support Ships, Boats, and Craft Program Office (PMS 325) requirements, both Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside CONUS (OCONUS), related to Foreign Military Sales (FMS) requirements.  

11.30.2015

THOR awarded subcontract to support Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane (NSWC Crane) Maritime Electronic Warfare (EW) Systems Division, the In Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) for Advanced EW System Integration, in support of installation and de-installation requirements for U.S. Navy (USN) and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) platforms.

11.10.2015

THOR awarded subcontract to support Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) engineering, analytical, logistics, and technical support requirements, including technical assistance, equipment operation assessment, extended shipyard and pier-side availability repair and modification, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), program planning, reliability engineering, and training support in Norfolk, VA.

10.30.2015

THOR awarded subcontract to provide program management, naval architecture, engineering, logistics, quality assurance, installation oversight, and integration support for U.S. Navy (USN) and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) requirements in support of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) in San Diego, CA.

10.01.2015

THOR awarded subcontract to provide electrical and engineering support services for the installation, design, drawings, and SOW requirements for the Coast Guard 270 WMEC, 210 WMEC, and 295 WIX centrifugal oily water separator system installation in support of the Engineering Branch, Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC) Medium Endurance Cutter (MEC) Product Line (MECPL) in Norfolk, VA.

09.30.2015

THOR awarded subcontract to provide NSWCCD-SSES Code 96 engineering and technical support services for shipboard systems and land-based test sites in support of systems for U.S. Navy (USN) surface ships and aircraft carriers.

09.21.2015

THOR awarded $9M Seaport-e Prime Task Order to support Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division Ship Systems Engineering Station (NSWCCD-SSES) Propulsion and Power Systems Division In Service Engineering Agent for Steam and Diesel Electric Power, Automation, Generation, and Distribution (Code 937).

09.04.2015

Subcontract to support provide program management, engineering, and information technology support to NSWCCD-SSES Codes 914 & 915 and associated U.S. Navy, Mailitary Sealift Command, and U.S. Coast Guard requirements.  

11.03.2014

Subcontract to support NSWCCD-SSES Code 98 Machinery Control Systems Life Cycle Management.

09.30.2014

Subcontract to provide NSWCCD-SSES Code 942 Manpower, Personnel, and Training support. 

09.19.2014

Subcontract to support Commander Naval Surface Forces Atlantic (CNSL) Total Ship Readiness Assessment (TSRA) & Motor Gas (MOGAS) requirements.

09.18.2014

THOR Awarded $32M Seaport-e Prime Task Order to support Norfolk Ship Support Activity (NSSA) / Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC).

09.12.2014

Subcontract from Zantech IT Services, Inc. to support the U.S. Coast Guard Surface Forces Logistics Center Long Range Enforcer Product Line in development of pollution prevention engineering changes for the WHEC Class.

08.21.2014

Subcontract from Marine Design Dynamics,Inc. (MDD) to support U.S. Navy Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division Ship Systems Engineering Station (NSWCCD-SSES) ship integration and design requirements.

06.24.2014

Subcontract from Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to support U.S. Navy Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division System Safety Division (NSWCDD G70) requirements.

06.06.2014

Subcontract from Zantech IT Services, Inc. to provide engineering and acquisition support services to U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter (NSC) Program Management Office (PMO).

05.15.2014

Subcontract from Zantech IT Services, Inc. to support the U.S. Coast Guard Surface Forces Logistics Center Long Range Enforcer Product Line in the development of engineering changes for the WMSL Class.

05.08.2014

Subcontract from Zantech IT Services, Inc. to provide engineering, training and inspection support services to the U.S. Coast Guard Fast Response Cutter (FRC) Project Resident Office in Lockport, LA.

03.30.2014

Purchase Order from Life Cycle Engineering to support U.S. Navy surface ship and submarine diesel and steam electrical power, automation, generation, and distribution requirements.

02.12.2014

Purchase Order from General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) to support U.S. Navy Machinery Control System (MCS) requirements.

01.10.2014

Subcontract from Gryphon Technologies, LC to support U.S. Navy Naval Surfarce Warfare Center Carderock Division Ship Systems Engineering Station (NSWCCD-SSES) Ships Modernization Branch (Code 919) requirements.

12.30.2013

Subcontract from ISPA Technology to support U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Command (SPAWAR) Systems Command Pacific (SSCPAC) Command and Control (C2) Technology and Experimentation requirements.

12.01.2013

Purchase Order from General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) to support U.S. Navy surface ship In Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) and Life Cycle Management (LCM) Navigation, Ships Control, and Integrated Bridge Controls (IBCs) requirements.

12.01.2013

Purchase Order from Life Cycle Engineering to support U.S. Navy surface ship and submarine diesel and steam electrical power management requirements.

10.07.2013

Purchase Order from DRS Technical Services, Inc. to support U.S. Navy Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic (CNSL) Engineering Readiness Assistance Team (ERAT) and Combat Systems Readiness Assistance Team (CSRAT) requirements.

09.27.2013

Subcontract from American Systems Corporation (ASC) to support U.S. Navy Commander Naval Surface Forces Pacific Engineering Readiness Assistance Team (ERAT) and Combat Systems Readiness Assistance Team (CSRAT) requirements.

09.26.2013

Subcontract from Zantech IT Services, Inc. to support U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter (NSC) Structural Enhanced Dry-Dock Availability (SEDA) requirements.

06.15.2013

Subcontract from Gryphon Technologies, LC to support U.S. Navy Commander, Operational Test & Evaluation Force (COMOPTEVFOR) requirements.

06.11.2013

Seaport-e Task Order to support Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) Code E32 U.S. Navy Future Seabase Connector requirements.

05.02.2013

Seaport-e Task Order to support Afloat Training Group Pacific (ATGPAC) U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard requirements.

03.01.2013

Purchase Order to support Military Sealift Command (MSC) USNS ZEUS Machinery Control System (MCS) upgrade requirements.

02.28.2013

Subcontract from Imagine One, LLC to support Space and Naval Warfare Command (SPAWAR) Systems Center Atlantic (SSCLANT) Pillars Business and Force Support (BFS) requirements.

01.13.2013

Subcontract from Alion Science and Technology to support Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Deputy Commander for Surface Warfare (SEA 21) requirements.

12.20.2012

Subcontract from Imagine One, LLC to support the Space and Naval Warfare Command (SPAWAR) Systems Center Atlantic (SSCLANT) Decision Superiority (DS) requirements.