SeaPort-e Multiple Award Contract
Team Member
AMSEC is a subsidiary of Huntington Ingalls Industries.  With approximately 2,000 employees in 32 locations nationwide and
overseas, AMSEC is a full service supplier to the Navy and commercial maritime industry.  We provide naval architecture and
marine engineering, naval ship systems assessments, maintenance engineering, waterfront maintenance support,
acquisition program support, shipyard industrial engineering and C4I installation and support services.  Additionally, we
provide life cycle integrated logistics services including technical manual development, provisioning documentation, spare
parts management, training development and delivery, and software development.

AMSEC, LLC
2829 Guardian Lane, PO Box 8988
Virginia Beach, VA 23452-0000
www.amsec.com

POC:   Cathy Cope
POC Phone:   757-631-2229
POC E-mail:   cathy.cope@hii-amsec.com


Capability/Area of Expertise
  • Maintenance and Modernization
  • Logistics
  • Engineering and Design
  • IT Solutions
  • Training
  • Upcoming Technical Conferences and Symposiums

Last Three Years Experience

3.2 Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
Provide support of Engineering, logistics, computer engineering services, and training for NSWCCD Philadelphia. NSWCCD
requires support for deployed systems such as TSIMS, TDKM, ICAS, and other installed systems supported by NSWCCD. The
overall requirements includes all aspects of the life cycle support of Government Off the Shelf (GOTS) applications from
development of Ship Change Documents (SCDS), provisioning support, parts support, training development, and shipboard
testing. NSWCCD will also require support for various programmatic data calls and meetings supporting TSIMS.

3.5 System Design Document and Technical Data Support
Provide engineering services and technical, logistics,
maintenance and installation/alteration support for the Cargo and Weapons handling Division of the Hull and Deck Machinery
System Directorate for NSWCCD-SSES, Code 972. This task order will include ShipAlts, system repairs, system operability
testing, drawing and technical manual development, material fabrication and support for cargo/weapons and personnel
elevators; dumbwaiters; magazine handling systems, and vertical package conveyors, and efforts necessary to ensure
developments in logistics maintenance and programmable logic controllers.

3.7 Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
Provide support of Engineering, logistics, computer engineering services, and training for NSWCCD Philadelphia. NSWCCD
requires support for deployed systems such as TSIMS, TDKM, ICAS, and other installed systems supported by NSWCCD. The
overall requirements includes all aspects of the life cycle support of Government Off the Shelf (GOTS) applications from
development of Ship Change Documents (SCDS), provisioning support, parts support, training development, and shipboard
testing. NSWCCD will also require support for various programmatic data calls and meetings supporting TSIMS.

3.18 Training Support
Standard NAVSEA Integrated Publishing Process
(SNIPP) support; technical manual (TM) development, maintenance, and delivery support; logistics engineering support;
Planned Maintenance System (PMS)/Technical Feedback Reports (TFBRs) support; supply, logistics, and Integrated Logistics
Support certifications support; and training/curriculum development support related to Integrated Logistics Support services for
Hull, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) technical data development, maintenance, management and associated process
support. This support requires the contractor to provide: technical data systems development, maintenance and infrastructure
support; supportof joint logistics products and processes; design, development, testing and fielding support for joint technical
data integration efforts; technical data packages and other data support; technical data conversion; distribution of technical
data; and management of technical data.