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As of Nov. 3, 2015, open-season for Seaport-e is now open with a response date of Jan. 13, 2016. The target date for awards is June 2016.

The NAICS code for this procurement is 541330 and the revenue size standard for Small Business is $38.5 Million. Ref: www.seaport.navy.mil

As a small or mid-cap business, your goal should not be merely to win an award on the Seaport-e ID/IQ, it should be to maximize the number of disciplines within which you can offer your firm’s capability while establishing the largest geographic foot print possible to do so.

Boston Warwick can help you.

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ABOUT Boston Warwick:

Since 2007, Boston Warwick | http://www.boston-warwick.com has served more than 557 Large, Mid-cap and Small Business customers all over the country in preparing and ‘winning’ Seaport-e ID/IQ Contracts.

Our partnered proposal writers and Capture Managers have extensive background and understanding of the U.S. Navy organization to insure your company gets the largest geographic foot print possible, the first time!

Please contact us on a non-obligation basis to set-up a complimentary conference call to discuss the opportunity intelligence, evaluation criteria, and your ‘win’ strategy on this contract.

To setup a non-obligation conference call, visit: https://www.vcita.com/v/warwick

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ABOUT Seaport-e:

The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, on behalf of the Naval Sea Systems Command and the Navy Virtual SYSCOM (partners NAVSUP, NAVAIR, SPAWAR and NAVFAC) along with other Navy activities and Marine Corps, is conducting a rolling admission per the terms and conditions of the SeaPort Enhanced (Seaport-e) Multiple Award Contracts.

The purpose of this rolling admission is to expand the contractor base by awarding additional Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (ID/IQ) prime contracts. Existing Seaport-e prime contractors will also have the opportunity to expand their presence in other geographical zones to allow them to compete for Task Order awards in those zones and to voluntarily re-certify their size status.

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