Navy seals SeaPort Enhanced support pact

The Naval Sea Systems Command awarded a contract to Apptis Inc. to deliver services ranging from personnel to data collection under the SeaPort Enhanced initiative.

Under the contract, Apptis of Chantilly, Va., will furnish personnel, material, facilities, equipment, test instrumentation, data collection and analysis hardware and software and other services to the Navy.

Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.

The $5.3 billion SeaPort-e contracting initiative lets selected vendors to use a centralized, Web-based, e-business procurement portal to procure engineering, technical and programmatic support services for the Naval Sea Systems Command Warfare Center.

The Navy seeks through the initiative to organize and integrate its buying power, reduce acquisition and procurement cycle time and promote information security.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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