The MCR SeaPort-e Team
Welcome to the MCR Team’s NAVSEA SeaPort™ Enhanced (SeaPort-e) web pages. MCR hosts and maintains these pages to communicate with potential customers on our team’s ability to provide world class professional services, as well as detailing our capabilities as associated with different products and business areas. The MCR Team is honored to be a part of the SeaPort-e effort and stands ready to support you.
For more information, please visit our MCR Team Members and Capabilities Summaries page, or talk to one of our MCR Team Points of Contact.
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What is SeaPort™?
“In response to declining budgets, the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and its Warfare Centers, which are responsible for the acquisition of all US Navy ship and shipboard systems, targeted a reduction in the cost of services for its headquarters Directorates, Program Executive Offices (PEOs) and field activities. As the first major step towards achieving this goal, NAVSEA embarked on a business process re-engineering effort to maximize the efficiency and economy of support service procurement. This effort, collectively referred to as SeaPort, took a three pronged approach: 1) the award of multiple award contracts (MAC) with innovative contracting provisions, 2) the launch of a web based commercial e-procurement portal solution, and 3) the development of a web site (www.seaport.navy.mil) to serve as the entry point to portal. These three efforts converged on 2 April 2001, when NAVSEA awarded the multiple contracts and launched the market place and the web site.
On 5 April 2004, a new set of MACs were awarded to 151 new MAC holders in a program called SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e). While available to the all NAVSEA activities, SeaPort-e is geared to satisfy the mission and requirements of the Surface and Undersea Warfare Centers. SeaPort-e uses the same successful business model of SeaPort, including the streamlined acquisition procedures, e-procurement portal, and innovate contracting provisions.”