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SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e)


Core Capabilities

Patent pending software and related services to support:

  • Organizational performance diagnosis
  • Strategic analysis
  • Capabilities gap assessment
  • Solution identification
  • Information sharing
  • Decision support for complex issues
  • Individual and team performance management
  • Project/Portfolio management
  • Cross-organizational alignment, collaboration, and synchronization

Our Software

First deployed in support of the US Navy, Organizational Performance System (OPS) is a web-based self-help analytical suite that helps determine precise solution sets for critical business issues.

Via more than 60 functions, OPS provides industry standard processes, common terminology, and an intuitive yet scientific approach to support rapid organizational enhancement and the closure of key capability gaps. When coupled to the system's extensive 40,000-item database of performance issues and likely solutions and likely solutions to those issues, any organization – large or small – gains anytime, anywhere access to the emerging standard for common sense analysis, team collaboration, and continuous performance improvement.


  • Pinpoint, data-driven analyses
  • Intuitive tools and templates
  • Common language and processes
  • Prioritized solution sets
  • Resource optimization
  • Able to tie in to legacy systems
  • Single information repository
  • Organizational transparency
  • Reduced time to measurable results

Reps & Certs

  • Established in 2003
  • Small Business
  • Disabled Veteran Owned
  • System for Award Management (SAM)


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Team Members

Requirement: A list of all team members proposed and their capability/area of expertise/experience.

Organizational Performance Systems enjoys teaming agreements with a number of other companies. We continually seek new teaming relationships to strengthen our portfolio of products and services. Our current and planned relationships are listed below.

Existing SeaPort-e Teaming Agreements

SYS Technologies (Organizational Performance Systems is currently a registered subcontractor to this Seaport-e prime supporting Zones 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

  • Contract Number: N00178-04-D-4131
  • CAGE: 8A244

Other Teaming Agreements

A. Harold and Associates, LLC (an 8(A) company) currently registered as a Seaport-e prime contractor in Zones 2,3,4)

  • Contract Number: N00178-07-D-4922
  • CAGE: 3EWS7


  • Contract Number: N00178-04-D-4020
  • CAGE: 1THQ9

General Dynamics – Advanced Information Systems

  • Contract Number: N00140-04-D-0195
  • CAGE: 3CX98

Jardon & Howard Technologies (Organizational Performance Systems is currently a registered subcontractor to this Seaport-e prime supporting Zones 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

  • Contract Number: N00178-05-D-4403
  • CAGE: 0NF98

KIHOMAC (a registered 8(A) company)

  • Contract Number: SAIC sub: DTRA Counterproliferation Systems Engineering Support
  • CAGE: 3L2L3

L-3 Communications Titan Corporation (Organizational Performance Systems is currently a registered subcontractor to this Seaport-e prime supporting Zones 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

  • Contract Number: N00178-04-D-4143
  • CAGE: 60595

SERCO currently registered as a SeaPort-e prime contractor in Zones 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

  • Contract Number: N00178-04-D-4114
  • CAGE: 022Q2

SRM Group (a registered 8(A) company)

  • Contract Number: W91QV1-060D-0003
  • CAGE: 3HQ62

Points of Contact (customer satisfaction)

Requirement: Point(s) of Contact to provide information on customer satisfaction with the services performed.

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Quality Assurance Program

Requirement: A description of the Contractor's quality assurance program.

Quality – General. Quality is the responsibility of every Organizational Performance Systems employee. The quality control program outlined in this document is based upon the Organizational Performance Systems corporate quality program, but with specific modifications to make it applicable to Navy requirements. Organizational Performance Systems uses a 5-point strategy to ensure quality:

  • Using research to guide the development of our tools and solutions
  • Using customer feedback and recommendations, and periodic formal assessments (questions from the customer survey are inserted below)
  • Embedding quality from initial contact through delivery of finished projects and tasks
  • Continuously striving for process improvements in order to meet and exceed customer expectations
  • Maintaining flexibility and responsiveness in order to deliver maximum value to our Navy customers on all tasks and projects

Quality Objectives. Organizational Performance Systems will ensure that objectives and requirements are clearly identified and courses of action are formulated in partnership with its Navy customers. The commensurate intermediate objectives and requirements will be specified and established as projects, tasks, and milestones, which will then be assigned to the appropriate personnel within the client support team at Organizational Performance Systems. The quality objectives are measurable and consistent with the quality policy. They will be measured on at least a monthly basis or as tasked by the customer.

Quality and Customer Support. Organizational Performance Systems will incorporate the requirements of the Navy into the existing Organizational Performance Systems quality control process, the details of which include performance metric development for ensuring product and service quality, status tracking of sustaining and discrete Task Orders, and effective performance measurements.

Points of Contact (SeaPort program)

Requirement: Points of contact for information related to the SeaPort program

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Organizational Performance Systems is pleased to support the US federal government and more than 300 other private and public sector organizations, including 25 of the Fortune 500. US government customers include the Joint Staff, US Navy, US Marine Corps, US Coast Guard, Office of Naval Research, Joint Forces Command, and Defense Acquisition University.

Success Story

OPS was selected as the platform for assessing the capability gaps associated with Global Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA), a US government interagency initiative dually-led by the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. Using OPS, the analysis was completed by a geographically dispersed 85-person cross-agency team in less than three weeks. The results formed the MDA Interagency Investment Strategy approved by the White House-sponsored Maritime Security Planning and Coordinating Committee.

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