CONTRACTS

Decision Superiority - Small Business Pillar
Issuer:
 Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center - Atlantic (SSC-LANT), Charleston, SC 
Contract Number: N65236-13-D-4886

CommIT supports the entire spectrum of non-inherently governmental services and solutions (equipment and services) associated with the full system lifecycle support including research, development, test, evaluation, production and fielding of sustainable, secure, survivable, and interoperable Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C5ISR), Information Operations, Enterprise Information Services (EIS) and Space capabilities. Although not limited beyond the description above, this contract has a primary focus on mission capabilities within the Decision Superiority Portfolio.

Business and Technology Areas: Command and Control; Tactical System and Application Development and Support; Command and Operation Centers; Tactical Data Centers; Cloud Services

Point of Contact: Bill Hoffer; (301) 752-1661; Bill.Hoffer@CommITEnt.com

Subcontractor on:
Decision Superiority - Unrestricted Pillar;
Integrated Cyber Operations - Unrestricted Pillar; and
 
Business & Force Support - Unrestricted Pillar

 

Program Management / Financial Management Support Services (PM/FMSS) - Unrestricted

Issuer: Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center - Atlantic (SSC-LANT), Charleston, SC

 

Contract Number: N65236-14-D-4154

Providing Information Dominance Program and Financial Management support to SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic. Tasks include attending meetings, reviewing and developing data, creating and maintaining documents, and analyzing and researching data. Tasking includes non-inherently government work only. The support requires personnel with Program Management, Financial Management, and DoD Acquisition Life Cycle expertise and experience. This includes support to SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic Program Managers (PMs) in the accomplishment of their duties as specified in Task Orders (TOs).

Point of Contract:  Bill Hoffer; (301) 752-1661; Bill.Hoffer@CommITEnt.com


 

SeaPort E-Enhanced - Federal Supply Service

Issuer: Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)

Contract Number: N00178-14-D-7671

Providing engineering, technical, and programmatic support services in Zones 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6

Program Point of Contact: Bill Hoffer; 301-752-1661; Bill.Hoffer@CommITEnt.com

Customer Satisfaction Point of Contact: Bill Hoffer; 301-752-1661; Bill.Hoffer@CommITEnt.com

Team Members
Our team includes:

This team mutually enhances the ability to deliver capabilities and program support to the US Navy and other Services and Organizations. 
The CommIT Team has demonstrated capability and past performance to continue to provide qualified personnel, materials, facilities, equipment, test instrumentation, data collection, analysis hardware and software, and other services that support our clients in the execution of their missions.

Quality Assurance
CommIT and its team assures quality in accordance with CommIT's Total Quality Management Program Plan. This plan clearly:

  • Defines the responsibilities of management, staff, and the quality resource group, as well as program manager/project manager responsibilities;
  • Defines product/service definitions; and
  • Describes the documented SCRA processes and procedures that are available for employment on specific tasks.

Upon initiation, the CommIT Project Manager (PM) meets with the Government Contracting Officer (CO) and outline a strategy to ensure that all contract objectives are met and that each performance review will provide the detail status information desired. CommIT will develop measures applicable to CommIT documented processes, as well as additional processes that may be required to ensure quality objectives are met and prepare a Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) plan. This plan will outline the project organization, quality assurance objectives, internal quality control checks and frequency, as well as quality assurance performance audits, system audits, and the frequency of quality assurance reports to management. This plan will be used throughout the duration of the Seaport-e task order to:

  • Manage change and control risk;
  • Monitor detailed and accurate controls, tracking, and reporting of overall performance;
  • Establish procedures that incorporate planning at each phase of a project;
  • Select and supervise personnel to successfully perform all tasking;
  • Optimize individual performance and job satisfaction; and
Constantly strive to increase productivity while maximizing personnel retention.

A CommIT QA/QC auditor, who reports directly to CommIT senior management, will monitor the actions required within the plan and work with the program manager and senior management to ensure deliverables are being met and any quality issues are being addressed rapidly and effectively