Tactical Micro is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded the Navy SeaPort-e contract. The IDIQ contract includes services such as Research and Development, Testing and Evaluation, Prototyping, System Design and Engineering, Configuration Management, Acquisition Logistics, Program and Administration Support and more.
Contract Type: IDIQ
Zones: 2 and 4
Period of Performance: 19 November 2013- 4 April 2019
User Agency: U.S. Department of the Navy
Tactical Micro has a wide range of experience and skills in the functional areas outlined in the U.S. Department of the Navy’s SeaPort-e Contract. Our core skills are in developing and delivering innovative video/audio/data solutions that support the training, instrumentation, and surveillance requirements of our customers. Our largest programs involve training solutions and services that include training and engineering support.
Tactical Micro has been supporting Department of Defense contracts since founded in 2004. We have consistently demonstrated Program and Project Management expertise and have a reputation of meeting or exceeding the cost, schedule and performance goals. The qualified personnel we have at Tactical Micro to execute service and product missions, will bring the same level of success to the Navy and Marine Corps on the SeaPort-e contract vehicle. We provide innovative, best value solutions that support our customer’s missions.
Tactical Micro utilizes a five-phase approach as our primary process to support our programs. A common working process helps build in efficiency and standardization which lead to cost savings. The process integrates our Systems Engineering and Project Management processes. Throughout each of these phases, we ensure good lines of communication and implement the appropriate reviews; as part of the Integrated Product Team to ensure customer feedback and participation throughout the process.
Our five phases methodology:
- Front End Analysis
Tactical Micro’s Quality Management Program has been independently audited and registered as having met the quality standards of ISO 9001:2008.
The Quality Management Plan (QMP) documents the necessary information required to effectively manage project quality throughout the systems engineering process, to installation and final acceptance and delivery of the TO. It defines the project’s quality policies, procedures, criteria and areas of application, roles, responsibilities, and authorities. The QMP is created during the Program Planning and is implemented for all projects and activities executed. Program level quality management is coordinated with the Program Manager to meet the specific quality requirements for the project.