Point of Contact:
Terran Jones
Phone: 757-855-5535 ext 601
Email: tdjones@socom-it.com
Tesa Jones
Phone: 757-855-5535 ext 602
Email: tvjones@socom-it.com
Awarded Zones: 1-6
QA Program
SOCOM’s approach to quality control involves senior management, middle management, subcontractor management and every employee working in support of our customers. Our emphasis on quality execution will permeate all members of the team in support of the Program. Our Quality Manager conducts quarterly Customer Satisfaction visits to personally address potential performance deficiencies or lack of customer satisfaction. Quality execution is integrated into all management processes to monitor and track quality service.
Our Quality Control Plan (QCP) defines the programs and processes we will implement to proactively monitor and control the quality of performance and delivered services. The QCP is delivered to the Government for review and approval on the start date of a contract/task order. If the QCP is found unacceptable at any time during contract execution, we modify the plan to achieve an inspection system that is acceptable to the Government. This plan addresses the following components:

  • Processes to measure performance on contract elements, deliverables, and metrics;
  • Quality Control (QC) organization comprised of a Quality Control Manager (QCM) and Quality Inspectors assigned this role as a collateral duty;
  • Processes to accurately document work processes, procedures and output measures;
  • Systematic procedures for compliance with performance objectives and standards;
  • Processes to accurately document quality inspections throughout the execution of work;
  • Processes to conduct assessment-driven corrective actions and timely, appropriate process improvements;
  • Systematic processes to obtain customer feedback on the quality of service provided;
  • Quality Surveillance Plan (QSP) organized by functional elements to be used as stand-alone documents;
  • Establishment of a Process Improvement Committee to manage a Continuous Improvement Program.
SOCOM’s approach to inspections requires that the Quality Inspectors and the QCM review all aspects of the PWS and SOPs either to ensure that we are performing to expected standards, or to identify processes or performance shortcomings that require corrective action. The QCM also conducts monthly planning for the next month’s inspections. The QCM sends the monthly inspection plan to the Quality Inspectors and to the COR so that the Government’s Quality Evaluators can choose to participate and/or monitor our Team’s quality inspections.
Continuous process improvement activities are managed through a Process Improvement Committee. Our quality control plan provides specific details on our QC work assignments and scheduled activities that support an executable plan. Our inspection system has both scheduled and unscheduled inspections. It also has both objective and subjective surveillance techniques that we will employ. It identifies who has quality control responsibilities. It presents each of the forms used to collect quality performance information. It also provides each of the report templates that the Quality Control Manager uses to present quality performance assessment results. Lastly, it provides Quality Surveillance Plans organized by functional elements as stand-alone documents.

List of Team Members and Capabilities

Atlantic CommTech Corporation

2509 Walmer Avenue
Norfolk, VA. 23513
Phone: 757-858-5303
Email: seaport-e@act-corp.com
SOCOM IT team member Atlantic CommTech Corporation is a Women Owned Small Business that provides functional areas:

  • FA1 - Research and Development Support
  • FA2 - Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
  • FA5 - System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
  • FA7 - Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
  • FA11 - Quality Assurance (QA) Support across all zones.

ACT-Corp provides IT, Cyber Security, Telecommunication, Critical Power, and Technical  Systems Engineering and Installation services, such as Design/Engineering, BOM, Specification/Procurement, Installation/Cutover,  Testing/Certification, Operations & Maintenance for government agencies, including the U.S. Air Force, the Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the U.S Coast Guard in CONUS and OCONUS locations.

ACT-Corp is headquartered in Norfolk, VA, with multiple offices nationally and a branch office in Germany. We have completed projects in more than 138 countries including unstable and hostile locations. ACT-Corp uses mature processes to include an ITIL-based Communications Services Framework along with an ISO-9001:2008 certified Quality Management System.

Cyber Research Group

2623 N Woodridge Ct
Wichita, KS, 67226-4537
Phone: 316-941-8269
Email: mmoore@cyberresearchgroup.com
SOCOM IT team member Cyber Research Group, LLC (CRG), is a VA CVE verified, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Small Disadvantaged Business that provides support for the following functional service areas:

  • Research and Development Support,
  • Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support,
  • System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support,
  • Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
  • Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support,
  • Configuration Management (CM) Support
  • Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
  • Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
  • Training Support
  • Program Support
  • Functional and Administrative Support

CRG provides support across all 7 geographical zones to include both CONUS and OCONUS locations. CRG is a federally-focused cyber security and IT services firm with headquarters in Wichita, KS. CRG provides Subject Matter Expert (SME) cyber security services in the realm of C&A, A&A, IV&V, DIACAP/RMF and everything that relates to it. CRG also provides IA/CND support for HBSS, ACAS, SCAP, eMASS, STIG, vulnerability assessments and risk analysis. Their highly trained technology professionals have completed projects in both, OCONUS austere environments and stateside locations. CRG employs mature program and project management standards through ITIL and PMP best-practices.

CRG’s federal customers include; U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy (Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center). CRG is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, DOT Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, NMSDC Minority Business Enterprise, Kansas Minority Business Enterprise and a SBA Small Disadvantaged Business.

Tele-Consultants, Inc.

4080 McGinnis Ferry Road
Suite 903
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Phone: (678) 893-7903
Email: mrenshaw@teleinc.com
For over 30 years Tele-Consultants, Inc. (TCI) has been supporting Navy C4ISR systems using our logistics, system and technical engineering capabilities through the assimilation of metric modeling techniques to determine supportability baseline requirements and implementing the supportability plan to meet fleet operational requirements.  TCI provides experience in Program/Project Management, Engineering, Logistics, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Software Engineering and Development,  Curriculum Development, Training and Technical Support for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) and Antenna/Electromagnetic (EM) sensors and our knowledge provides us the unique ability to support Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)/PEO C4I/SPAWAR/NUWC in implementation of C4I and Radio Room/Antenna programs necessary to meet the current and emerging requirements across a DOD.

TCI's personnel and past performance have been intimately involved in the system development and design, fleet operational assessment, and production/deployment for SPAWAR and PEO C4I programs, NAVSEA PMS 350, SSC PACIFIC, SSC ATLANTIC and NUWC Code 34 including: CSRR, RFDACS, OE-538 and SubHDR Antennas, CANES, ADNS, JHSV, WRBS, CENTRIX, SUBLAN, SLVR, TFDS, Mini-DAMA, GBS, NESP, SRBP, FMLOC, MDR, FOT, NECC, BBS, ADNS, TIP, SUB FOT/VCV, SIAS, ACM, NMT, TCS, and AEHF Payload Simulator programs using SHF DSCS, Milstar I/II, FEP, UFO/E-EE, POL, and AEHF/WGS/ TCS (future) satellites.

As part of our NUWC tasking, we routinely developed and participated in CSRR and RFDACs risk reduction prototypes and test and alignment fixtures and foundations. Our technicians worked with Government machinists, engineers and outside vendors to design and build test fixtures, jigs, equipment mounts, handling gear, and other ancillary equipment to ensure safe and efficient handling and repair for Fleet assets as well as the design and testing of new Radio Room configurations.
TCI supports the following Seaport-e functional areas:

      • FA2 – Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
      • FA4 – Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
      • FA5 – System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
      • FA7 – Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
      • FA10 – Configuration Management (CM) Support
      • FA12 – Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
      • FA16 – Logistics Support
      • FA17 – Supply and Provisioning Support
      • FA18 – Technical Training Support
      • FA19 – In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
      • FA20 – Program Support

Automated Precision Technology, LLC

4535 E. Princess Anne Rd.
Norfolk, VA 23502
Tel: (757) 499-6802
Email: aptllc@apt-llc.com
Automation Precision Technology (APT) was founded in 1986 and has 200 employees. APT, LLC has a long history of providing exceptional, best value, and innovative logistical integration support to the United States Government. Core business capabilities include Personnel Resourcing, Security Management, Logistics Integration, Training Management, and Environmental Safety and Information Technology. APT, LLC has been recognized by the Department of Defense (DoD) for its proactive and innovative support of military mobilizations after 9/11. The Director of the Small Business Administration further recognized APT, LLC's support of DoD by naming APT, LLC as the sole recipient of the Small Business Administration National 8 (a) Graduate of the Year Award for 2003. APT, LLC received the 2004 National OSD Nunn-Perry award for outstanding Protégé in their Mentor-Protégé program. APT, LLC maintains its corporate headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.
TCI supports the following Seaport-e functional areas:

  • FA16 – Logistics Support
  • FA17 – Supply and Provisioning Support
  • FA18 – Training
  • FA20 – Program Support
  • FA21 – Functional and Administrative Support

APT, LLC has supported the following on Seaport-e:

  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic (NAVFAC) (N00178-14-D-7633-JN01) - General Financial and Accounting Support
  • Commander, Fleet Logistics Support Wing (CFLSW) Fort Worth, TX
    (N00178-14-D-7633-EX01) - Financial Analyst Administrative Support Services and Readiness Reporting and Logistics Analyst Support Services
  • Fleet Logistic Center Norfolk (FLCN) Saratoga Springs (STGS), NY (N00178-14-D-7633-FK02) -
    support for the Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) program, disposition of excess property, inventory control, all shipping and receiving functions, mail processing, MHE support, and supply warehouse support.
  • Commander Naval Air Force Atlantic (CNAL) Fleet Material Handling Equipment (MHE)/Shipboard Mobile Support Equipment (SMSE) Program (N00178-14-D-7633-FK03) - services for logistic, administrative, maintenance and repair support for MHE/SMSE program