Global Services is offering a webinar on creating a proposal for SeaPort-NxG (formerly SeaPort-E). SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-E) is ending, but SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort-NxG) will be replacing this long used Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity Contract (MA-IDIQ). This class will take you from beginning to end on everything you need to know about the program, creating a competitive proposal, and is open exclusively to Global Services’ clients.
When: June 12th from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (ET) and June 14th from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm (ET)
Price: Complimentary, you must follow our Facebook, Twitter, and/or LinkedIn account to attend the webinar
**This class is limited to 25 participants and only 1 registration per company**
What is SeaPort-E and What is SeaPort-NxG?
Established in 2001, the Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) SeaPort-E is the Navy’s most well-known MA-IDIQ. The SeaPort-E provides a streamlined process for soliciting, awarding, and managing Task Orders (TOs) for NAVSEA and its Warfare Centers. Due to the vast expansion of contractors admitted, coupled with the increasing administrative costs, NAVSEA will end the SeaPort-E program in 2019. The program will be replaced with SeaPort-NxG, a new MA-IDIQ.
Why Should I Sign Up?
This complimentary webinar will assist you in preparing a compliant and compelling proposal. Items to be aware of if considering SeaPort-NxG:
- If you are a current SeaPort-E contractor, what should you do?
- If you are a current SeaPort-E contractor, you must submit a new proposal to participate. Due to changing requirements, contractors who were previously awarded SeaPort-E must re-apply to maintain their status as contract holders under this IDIQ MAC.
- Functional Areas are decreasing from 22 distinct functional areas to 2 broad functional areas.
- SeaPort-NxG will contain functional areas for Engineering Support Services and Program Management Support Services.
- Experience requirements are tailored to exact support provided to the Department of the Navy (DoN).
- You MUST have DoN Past Performance for consideration.
- Time is of the essence!
- The solicitation is now available to view on FedBizOps with a due date of July 02, 2018.
The proposal process will be very minimal. The Global Services’ team will walk you through the submission process and teach you how to be successful in this program.