Seaport-e is the Navy’s vehicle of choice for the acquisition of services, including engineering, technical, financial, logistics, and program management across a wide contingent of commands including:


- Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)

- Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)

- Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)

- Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)

- Military Sealift Command

- Office of Naval Research (ONR)

- US Marine Corps


SeaPort-e is a Sea enterprise initiative implementing the Chief Naval Operation's Sea Power 21 transformational objectives, and emphasizes the Navy Virtual SYSCOM's focus on implementing cost-effective and integrated business practices to better support our Navy.


How does it work?

Customers wanting to procure services through SeaPort-e will find the process very straight-forward and very similar to what they have done previously, but faster with reduced, easier to process solicitation documentation and requirements. Contracts issued through SeaPort-e are considered Task Orders (TOs), and are governed by the terms and conditions of the awarded SeaPort-e prime contract.


The customer identifies the zone in which the work is to be performed, creates a standard solicitation package, and uploads it through the SeaPort-e portal. The TO RFP is published via the portal to prime contractors qualified in the zone where the work is to be performed. Prime contractors in that zone submit their proposals through the SeaPort-e portal for evaluation. The customer evaluates the proposals, and makes an award.


Contact Information:

Phillip Jackson

1054 Nellie Drive

Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459-5223

(850)-622-5267 x113