Acquiring support services in seven regional zones within 22 functional areas for the U.S. Navy.


Prescient is a prime contractor under the SeaPort-e Multiple Award Contract (MAC) IDIQ. Prescient is a global risk management and technology firm that merges human analysis and state-of-the-art technology to provide commercial, federal and international clients with concise, actionable insights. These insights ultimately help organizations and agencies protect their critical assets and operations.

SeaPort-e is a multiple award contract that supports the Navy’s requirements for acquiring support services in seven regional zones within 22 functional areas including:

  • Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support;

  • Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support;

  • Training Support and Program Support.

The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, the United States Marine Corps, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) can compete for their service requirements amongst 4,000+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders.

Quality Assurance

Prescient’s performance management approach involves in-depth planning, frequent and transparent communication, constant and vigilant monitoring, incentivizing excellence, risk planning and mitigation, and implementing immediate corrective action when necessary. Prescient has program management methodologies and processes that are easily tailored to provide cost-effective, agile, and responsive quality control (QC) program. Our documented QC process includes processes, standards, checklists, tools, methodology, and procedures.

Our QC Plan quantifies functions like data management, inspection processes, results of the QC process, and quality analyses to identify root causes of defects and determine action plans to mitigate them. As part of the Program Management Plan, our PM will develop and review project specific quality measures and expectations for each project. At project kickoff, the entire project delivery team will be briefed on the project’s QC Plan, which is always tailored to the project to ensure customer requirements and expectations are met. The size, complexity, and technical difficulty of the project determine the level of tailoring required.

Customizing the QC plan to align with the value drivers of the specific project eliminates wasteful cost and unnecessary labor of a static ridged QC process. A strong QC process, managed effectively by an experienced PM and supported by corporate leadership, is a proven method Prescient utilizes to reduce costs in any repetitive service offering. Our complete quality management framework effectively covers every step of project delivery – from project initiation through closure.

Performance Zones

Prescient brings the leadership, management resources, technical expertise, and experience expected of an agile, SDVOSB-led Team, and combines it with extensive resources and reach-back capabilities to support DoD efforts similar in size, scope, and complexity to Seaport-e. The following past performance references demonstrate our capability within the Functional Areas being proposed.

Team Members

Booz Allen Hamilton

Functional Areas:

3.1         Research and Development Support

3.3         Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

3.4         Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support

3.5         System Design Documentation & Technical Data Support

3.6         Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

3.7         Reliability, Maintainability, & Availability Support

3.8         Human Factors, Performance, & Usability Engineering Support

3.10       Configuration Management Support

3.11       Quality Assurance Support

3.12       Information System Development, Information Assurance, & IT Support

3.14       Interoperability, Test & Evaluation, Trials Support

3.16       Logistics Support

3.17       Supply & Provisioning Support

3.18       Training Support

3.19       In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation & Checkout Support

3.20       Program Support

3.21       Functional & Administrative Support

3.22       Public Affairs & Multimedia Support

Native Hawaiian Veterans

Functional Areas:

3.12       Information System Development, Information Assurance, & IT Support

3.18       Training Support

3.20       Program Support

3.21       Functional & Administrative Support

Point of Contact for Customer Satisfaction

Alexander Granados