SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) is a contracting vehicle which provides the Navy Virtual SYSCOM (VS) Commanders (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, NAVSUP, and SPAWAR) with an integrated, fast, and cost-effective approach to contracting for Engineering, Financial, and Program Management support services.
The IEM Team
Founded in 1985, IEM is an award-winning woman-owned business that solves complex problems through risk-based technology for the homeland security, emergency management, defense, and information technology markets.
As a SeaPort-e prime, IEM brings to the table more than two decades of contracting experience with the military, all levels of government, and the private sector. Our SeaPort-e team is comprised of carefully assembled technical resources that are ready to meet the demands of SeaPort-e customers. Our team members represent the following business categories: small disadvantaged business, woman-owned small business, HUBZone small business, veteran-owned/service-disabled veteran-owned small business, small business, and large business. Ensuring exceptional customer outcomes in all seven geographic SeaPort-e contract regions and 20 of SeaPort-e’s functional areas, the following IEM Team Members are eager to perform on the SeaPort-e contract:
- Anautics, Inc.
- CACI Technologies, Inc. (CACI)
- Integrity Arts & Technology, Inc. (i.d.e.a.s.)
- Innovative Management Concepts, Inc. (IMC)
- Omega Training Group, Inc. (Omega)
- OptiMetrics, Inc. (OptiMetrics)
- QuickSilver Analytics, Inc. (QuickSilver)
- Systems Development Corporation, Inc. (SDC)
- Tec-Masters, Incorporated (TMI)
Functional Area Expertise
The IEM Team brings both breadth and depth of experience in support of 20 SeaPort-e functional areas. To view narratives of experience, select a specific functional area (FA) below.
- 3.01: Research and Development Support
- 3.02: Engineering, System Engineering, and Process Engineering Support
- 3.03: Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
- 3.04: Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
- 3.05: System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
- 3.06: Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
- 3.08: Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
- 3.10: Configuration Management (CM) Support
- 3.11: Quality Assurance (QA) Support
- 3.12: IS, Development, Information Assurance (IA), and IT Support
- 3.13: Inactivation and Disposal Support
- 3.14: Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
- 3.15: Measure Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
- 3.16: Logistics Support
- 3.17: Supply and Provisioning Support
- 3.18: Training Support
- 3.19: In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
- 3.20: Program Support
- 3.21: Functional and Administrative Support
- 3.22: Public Affairs and Multimedia Support
Quality Assurance as Evidenced by Customer Satisfaction
IEM’s fundamental quality control philosophy is that quality is an ongoing process, not a single, end result. IEM performs ongoing quality assurance evaluations by comparing baseline customer goals, requirements, and expected outcomes against actual performance. Our time-tested methodology is robust, mature, and repeatable—providing an approach that consistently yields successful projects and satisfied customers.
SeaPort-e Task Orders for the IEM Team and technical instructions issued against any Task Order will be posted as Task Orders are awarded.
To view all current SeaPort-e task orders, visit the home site for SeaPort-e.