Seaport-e

State of RI MPA

For information related to IDIQ contracts, or information on customer satisfaction with services performed, please contact:

Luke T. Hyder, President
Systems Resource Management, Inc.
42 Valley Road, 2nd Floor
Middletown, RI 02842
401-849-2913


Mr. Hyder will put verified potential customers in direct contact with SRM's government clients for information on customer satisfaction, without exposing our clients to marketing efforts (i.e. "spam"), data mining, etc.

Seaport-e Seaport-e

The purpose of this section is to communicate with current and potential customers the ability of the SRM Team to provide world-class professional support services for all NAVSEA Program Executive Offices, Directorates, Warfare Centers and Field Activities, utilizing the NAVSEA Seaport Enhanced Contract. Additionally, the SRM Team may provide limited support under this contract to other DOD, non-DOD, or Joint Agencies for work that is integrally related to the product areas and missions of the Warfare Centers.

Team Members

The table below shows our Team Members areas of expertise and experience. Click on a company name for more information.

Company Functional Categories Experience
SRM 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.18 Training; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support Over three decades of experience in program management and support for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport RI.
BAE Systems Technology Solution & Services 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.13 Ship Inactivation / Disposal; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support An international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced defense and aerospace systems in the air, on land, at sea and in space.
CACI 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support CACI International Inc provides the professional services and IT solutions needed to prevail in today’s defense, intelligence, homeland security and federal civilian government arenas. CACI delivers enterprise IT and network services; data, information, and knowledge management services; business system solutions; logistics and material readiness; C4ISR integration services; cyber security, information assurance, and information operations; integrated security and intelligence solutions; and program management and SETA support services. CACI services and solutions help its federal clients provide for national security, improve communications and collaboration, secure the integrity of information systems and networks, enhance data collection and analysis, and increase efficiency and mission effectiveness.
CGI Federal 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.16 Logistics; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support As a global leader in information technology, our portfolio of services is customizable to meet the unique needs of our federal clients. We deliver end-to-end services and solutions including application management, infrastructure management, systems integration and consulting, business process services, and cloud computing. CGI’s acquisition of Stanley has expanded the resources and capabilities we bring to U.S. defense, civilian and intelligence agency clients, including advanced engineering, federal cybersecurity, business process management, communications, enterprise integration, operational logistics, systems engineering and training.
Computer Sciences Corporation 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.13 Ship Inactivation / Disposal; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support Base Operations and Range Services; Government Health Services BRAC; Identity Management; Command and Control; IT Infrastructure Solutions; Defense Mission Engineering and Transformation; Logistics Enterprise Modernization; Managed Services Environmental Solutions; National Security; Federal Consulting Practice; Science and Engineering; Federal Financial Management  Training; Full Spectrum Security Services; Transportation Solutions for Government
Gryphon Technologies 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support Engineering and administration of Department of Defense Messaging Systems including AUTODIN and DMS networks, Data Mining utilizing various data mining tools, Application Development utilizing NET framework, Visual Studio.NET, C, C++, Access, FoxPro, SQL, Oracle, PL/SQL, T-SQL, HTML, ASP, XML, Visual Basic, VBScript, JavaScript, JAVA, JSP, Perl, C#, ksh, csh, TCL
ICI Services 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.16 Logistics; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering
Engineering, Program Management, Environmental Engineering. Logistics, facility Management, Ship Design, Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering
Marine Acoustics 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.16 Logistics; 3.20 Program Support MAI has played a major role in developing the tools needed to support the rapidly growing field of marine environmental management. MAI pioneered the first global environmental impact statement on the impact of low frequency sound on the marine environment. Today MAI provides environmental support service to US and foreign government agencies as well as a variety of commercial entities. MAI’s Naval Technology & Training Support staff provides a high level of expertise and experience in all aspects of naval systems design, development, test and evaluation, and training services. We provide support to a wide range of system development programs including, airborne, surface and submarine applications. This support is based on years of experience in both operations and training. MAI is a world leader in the development of a wide range of engineering and scientific models in support of both naval systems development and environmental engineering and science issues. We are a major recipient of prestigious SBIR, STTR, and NOPP awards, often teamed with prestigious universities and research laboratories. Publications by MAI’s senior scientific staff are widely published in peer reviewed journals, and invited speakers at international forums and educational workshops.
MRC 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.13 Ship Inactivation / Disposal; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support Engineering, technical and logistics support for Shipboard Pollution Abatement systems
Purvis 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials System Engineering, C4I, IT services that solve critical business problems and DOD mission critical requirements, Emerging Technologies, Information Assurance, Web Services, Wireless Networks, Enterprise Architecture Services, Network Engineering, Security Engineering, Two Factor Authentication, VPN Installation, Microsoft and Cisco Business Solutions and Networks (routers, switches, VPNs, SLA monitoring), Legacy Application Management, Application Integration and Data Migration.
Raytheon 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.13 Ship Inactivation / Disposal; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support Systems, Software, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, Low-rate production, prototyping, mission systems integration, logistics, depot repair, field support.
Rite Solutions 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support Advanced Systems and Software Engineering Services, Undersea Warfare Concept Development and Analysis, High End Situational Awareness and Visualization capabilities, Real-Time Decision Support and Transaction Based Systems, and Computer/Web based training and Knowledge Management tools.
SAIC 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.2 Engineering Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.4 Prototyping; 3.5 System Design Documentation/Technical Data; 3.6 Software; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.8 Human Factors Engineering Support; 3.9 Systems Safety; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.11 Quality Assurance Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.13 Ship Inactivation / Disposal; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.15 Measurement Facilities/Ranges; 3.16 Logistics; 3.17 Supply and Provisioning; 3.18 Training; 3.19 In-Service Engineering; 3.20 Program Support; 3.21 Administrative Support; 3.22 Public Affairs and Multimedia Support R&D, System Engineering, Prototyping, System Design Documentation, Technical Data Support, Programming and Network Support, System Safety Engineering, Configuration Management, Quality Assurance Support, Information Technology Support, Acquisition Logistics Support, Training Support, Supply and Provisioning Support, In-Service Engineering, Administrative Support.
Seacorp 3.1 Research and Development Support; 3.3 Modeling; 3.7 Reliability / Maintainability / Availability; 3.10 Configuration Management Support; 3.12 Information Systems / Information Assurance / Information Technology; 3.14 Interoperability / Test and Evaluation / Trials; 3.16 Logistics; 3.18 Training SEA CORP, recognized as one of Rhode Island's fastest growing private companies, offers systems engineering, advanced software services and products, test and evaluation services and innovative technology research and development to a broad range of clients within the defense and manufacturing industries. SEA CORP supports a diversified spectrum of customers. Our depth of knowledge and resources provide for a wide range of services from engineering technology and software development to innovative prototype and product development.

Task Orders

Task Order # Award Date Title Issuing Activity Potential Value P.O.C.
N00178-04-D-4136-N401 1/31/06 Program Documentation, Multimedia Support, Program Risk Analysis, and Financial Management Support for the USWCC PAD. NUWC Division Newport $421,780 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N402 2/21/06 Program Documentation, Multimedia Support, Program Risk Analysis, and Financial Management Support for the USWCC PAD. NUWC Division Newport $201,189 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N403 3/1/06 Program Documentation, Multimedia Support, Program Risk Analysis, and Financial Management Support for the USWCC PAD. NUWC Division Newport $1,543,516 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N404 2/23/06 Program Documentation, Multimedia Support, Program Risk Analysis, and Financial Management Support for the USWCC PAD. NUWC Division Newport $1,317,021 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N405 3/15/06 Program Documentation, Multimedia Support, Program Risk Analysis, and Financial Management Support for the USWCC PAD. NUWC Division Newport $408,245 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N406 3/31/06 Project, Technical, and Engineering Management Support for the Southern California Offshore Acoustic Range (SOAR) Refurbishment Program. NUWC Division Newport $294,967 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N407 8/4/06 Program Management, Systems Engineering, and Technical and Engineering Support for the Portable Underwater Training Range (PUTR) Program. NUWC Division Newport $282,465 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N408 10/16/08 Information/Publication including Project Management, Technical Publications, Configuration Management and Quality Control/ Testing Support Services; Information Design including Graphics and Visual Information and Photography/Imaging Support Services; Technical Library Support Services NUWC Division Newport $12,517,691 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N409 7/13/09 Administrative and Financial Support for the Ocean Systems - Systems Support Activity (OS-SSA) Program NUWC Division Newport $1,473,368 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N410 3/29/11 Program Management, Financial Management, Program Documentation, Program Risk Analysis, Configuration Management, Technical Writing, Programming and Information Assurance, Presentation and Meeting Support Services to USW Combat Systems Department NUWC Division Newport $7,815,660 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N411 12/21/12 Information Technology Department Support Services NUWC Division Newport $28,828,913 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N412 6/21/13 Industrial Services Enterprise Services NUWC Division Newport $11,802,240 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N413 6/13/14 Fleet Readiness and Training Support for the Submarine On Board Training (SOBT) Program NUWC Division Newport $3,192,875 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-N414 9/22/14 NUWC Headquarters and Director, Undersea Warfare Staff Support NUWC Division Newport $1,527,871 L. Hyder
401-849-2913
N00178-04-D-4136-EX01 10/28/14 Digital Content Management Services NAVSUP FLC Norfolk, Detachment Philiadelphia $2,642,782.96 L. Hyder
401-849-2913

Quality Assurance

SRM's President, Mr. Luke Hyder, is also the Senior Technical Representative (STR) on SRM’s contracts and task orders (TOs). Mr. Hyder will ensure strict adherence to the SRM Quality Assurance (QA) process, which produces and/or updates TO documents efficiently and with high quality. Mr. Hyder will select a Lead Analyst/Senior Engineer to head up the development/production of each deliverable. The Lead Analyst/Senior Engineer will review the task requirements with the respective government Principal Investigator (PI) and the STR. This review will include  identifying the level-of-effort/time, resources, specifications, and delivery dates for each task. Once the PI approves the proposed approach, the Lead Analyst/Senior Engineer will then commence work. Tasks will be reviewed on a weekly basis to identify deviations, such as schedule, cost, and level-of-effort. If an existing TO document is to be updated, every effort will be made to develop change pages, or pen-and-ink change narrative, in order to minimize cost. If a more extensive update is required, the first objective is to determine the availability of existing word processing files/disks and compatibility. The same process is followed for production if the SRM Team is required to develop a new TO document. At this time, adjustments in priorities will be made, and work assignments shifted, if required, to ensure  task completion  and CDRL delivery dates are met.

The SRM Quality Control (QC) process, a subset of the QA process, promotes quality control checkpoints. The quality of SRM Team products delivered to the government is of paramount importance. This checklist is a mandatory requirement for all SRM Team deliverables. A series of quality control checkpoints will be used to ensure built-in quality as a product proceeds toward delivery. The QC activity taking place at each checkpoint is:

Generate a unique QC checklist. Document Specialist performs automated spell check.

Technical review and revisions by the Lead Analyst/Senior Engineer.

Verification by the Lead Analyst/Senior Engineer that revisions have been incorporated, format has been checked, and final proofreading accomplished. At this point, the QC checklist would be completed.

Final review and accuracy check in meeting task requirements along with a final of the QC checklist by the SRM STR.