The RSC SeaPort-E team offers excellent breadth and depth of Navy experience, combined with an agile and customer-focused management team.

Seaport-E

The RSC SeaPort-E team offers excellent breadth and depth of Navy experience, combined with an agile and customer-focused management team. We offer an established track record of service to the Navy and other joint forces. This record is founded upon integrity, quality, and innovation for both government technology and engineering services. Our work is backed by innovative and efficient management practices. Our quality-driven approach is based on a rock-solid commitment to our Fleet end users and customers. All members of the RSC team share this commitment and offer the Virtual SYSCOM and customers a unique mix of technical and management talent.

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Seaport-E POCs | Seaport-E Task Orders | Seaport-E Team Members | Seaport-E Experience | Seaport-E QA Plan

Should you have any further questions, please contact the listed individuals:

Seaport-E POCs

RSC Customer Satisfaction POCs

  • Carolyn Bisby, Sr. Project Administrator
  • tel: 480-374-1179
  • fax: 480-550-8003
  • cbisby@rscusa.com
  • Jeanette Dunham, Project Administrator
  • tel: 480-559-8077
  • fax: 480-550-8003
  • jdunham@rscusa.com

Seaport-E Task Orders

The RSC Team was awarded an IDIQ contract in January 2014.  Task Orders received under this contract will be published here when received.  RSC is currently performing as a Seaport-e subcontractor to METI, Inc. under Prime Contract No. N00178-05-D-4441, Task Order M801, Subcontract No. 2085RC001, for R&D engineering and technical support to NAVAIR PMA205.

Renaissance Sciences Corporation (RSC), 1351 N. Alma School Rd., Ste 265, Chandler, AZ 85224 RSC is a privately-held, professional services small business specializing in technology management and federal research and development. Our strength is in our diverse professional staff, which is uncommonly committed to excellence on our customer’s behalf. RSC is currently engaged in government services ranging from turn-key GOTS development and R&D to subject matter expertise support to government technology managers in the complexities of government systems engineering/integration, commercialization of emerging technologies, and all levels of R&D Program support for the U.S. Navy. RSC’s staff has over 11 years of directly supporting senior leadership at NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA205 across the disciplines of acquisition planning, RDT&E (covering all technology readiness levels), procurement, and operations support including initiatives such as the Air Warfare Training Development (AWTD) 6.4 R&D program, and the Navy Aviation Simulation Master Plan Portable Source Initiative (NPSI). RSC’s expertise covers both legacy training programs and new emerging programs such as MMA, tactical data link training, Net-ready systems, and Distributed Training initiatives (NASMP-NCTE). RSC has provided support at every phase of the Systems Approach to Training or Instructional Systems Development (ISD) across all Naval Aviation platforms. As evidenced by our strong performance background, RSC stands ready to provide continued effective, professional support services to all our clients and the virtual SYSCOM.

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CACI Technologies, Inc., 14370 Newbrook Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151 CACI, a world class government services provider, with over 100,000 employees and $1.7B in sales in 2006, is among the top 20 Fortune 500 Federal IT services companies and has a long history of working closely with the US Navy and the Department of Defense. CACI has core competencies in IT, Information Assurance, C4ISR support, Knowledge Management, R&D support services, Program Support services, Modeling and Simulation, and innovative technology support to the Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, and DARPA. CACI has consistently met or exceeded all mandatory targets for working with small and disadvantaged businesses and is qualified to conduct business in all seven SeaPort regions across the United States. CACI is committed to product and service excellence for the Virtual SYSCOMs and has a long history of dedicated support to the U.S. Navy.

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Federal Analytics, LLC., 1351 N. Alma School Rd., Ste 265, Chandler, AZ 85224 Federal Analytics, LLC is an experienced, professional government services firm with a focus on technology transition management, federal acquisition program management support, data analysis, and Return on Investment (ROI) assessments. Federal Analytics has assisted DoD, DOE, and other commercial organizations with acquisition support services, technology transition and commercialization, training systems analysis and development, program budgeting, administrative support, and technology investment analysis. Federal Analytics is  headquartered in Chandler, AZ, with additional offices in Pax River, MD, and Washington, DC.

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Management and Engineering Technologies International, Inc., 8600 Boeing Drive, El Paso, TX 79925 METI founded in 1994, is a professional services company providing Information Technology and Engineering Support Services to the federal sector and private industry throughout the United States and several other countries.

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Orion Networking, Inc., 11211 Birmingham Court, Great Falls, VA 22066 Orion is an 8(a) certified minority-owned small business headquartered in Great Falls, Virginia.  Orion’s focus is on three primary areas: modeling, simulation & analysis, visualization, and defense aerospace.  Orion was founded in April 2001, and since that time our clients have included the Joint Strike Fighter Program, Naval Air Systems Command, Naval Research Laboratories, Air Force Research Laboratories, Washington, D.C. area reconnaissance activities, and commercial entities.  Orion has performed contracts as both a Government prime contractor and as a subcontractor to small and large companies. Orion’s initial contracts include modeling and simulation efforts which continue to the present and include Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) capabilities.  Although Orion is technology agnostic with regard to specific solutions to meet client needs, Orion is also a Google Earth Enterprise Partner and provides comprehensive geo-spatial services in order to provide integrated virtual displays to support mission critical functions such as Maritime Domain Awareness; training, mission planning/rehearsal, cost saving Open Source multispectral datasets/databases; Unmanned Air Vehicle Command and control and situational awareness.  Orion’s defense aerospace activities include requirements definition, design and development support, flight test support, and, in particular, sensor and interoperability subject matter expertise.  All these capabilities are ideal for the Seaport-E functional areas requiring technical support, software development, information technology, and other associated expertise and talent.

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Precise Systems, 46591 Expedition Drive, Lexington Park, MD 20653 Precise Systems is an Employee Owned Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses (SDVOB) headquartered in Lexington Park, MD, adjacent to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station with offices in Havelock, North Carolina and Washington DC/NoVA. The firm is comprised of highly-skilled experts who provide a broad range of DoD Acquisition, Engineering, and Program Management solutions combined with integrating Information Technology tools that enhance our customers’ mission success within cost and schedule realities. The RSC Team is dedicated to providing sound, technology-based solutions across the Virtual SYSCOM. We possess the right mix of Navy R&D expertise, training experience, and industry leaders in innovative engineering, technical, and programmatic support services to meet the Navy’s needs.

Seaport-E Experience

 

RSC Team Experience in Functional Areas 3.1-3.22

Company 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Zone(s)
RSC

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6
CACI

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1-7
 Federal  Analytics

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6
METI

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1-7
Orion

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2, 5, 6
Precise

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2, 3

 

Seaport Functional Areas

The RSC Seaport-E Team is able to provide services as defined by functional areas. Services to be provided under this contract are categorized into 22 functional areas (FA) as follows. Examples of RSC Team’s past three years experience in different functional areas are also provided.

Functional Area 3.1: Research and Development Support

RSC provided principal design and development support to AFRL-HEA for the SensorHost software. SensorHost has successfully transitioned from the laboratory to over 30 high-end weapons systems trainers (WST) in the Navy and Air Force. SensorHost technologies, both high-resolution in-band sensor in-the-loop stimulation, or simulation, have been spun off as a product family known as virtual terrain board, “VTB,” that is currently being used by both the Air Force and Navy. Additionally, RSC provided research, development, and analysis of available commercial digital projectors for the purpose of displaying interactive simulation images to train aircrew in the basic use of NVG and other sensors. RSC provides on-going support for 6.1-6.4 RDT&E services for the Air Force Research Lab and NAVAIRSYSCOM, PMA205. RSC supports the life cycle of technology transition from prototype TRL levels 2,3 through integration to relevant tactical training environments and systems.

Functional Area 3.2: Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support

CACI provided engineering and technical support to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on gun weapon systems in the surface ship combat systems and surface warfare logistics and maintenance product areas.

Functional Area 3.3: Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support

CACI provided modeling and simulation support to NAVSEA, NSWC Dahlgren, Joint Warfare Commands and NAVSEA PEOs for combat and weapon systems development (SLBM), logistics (RBS), and network and joint warfare analysis (JWARS). CACI developed synthetic environments, instrumentation, and M&S applications for evaluation of Navy warfare system acquisitions, training, and Navy and joint warfare assessment.

Functional Area 3.4: Prototyping, Pre-production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support

CACI provided prototype development support to NAVSEA and NSWC PHD engineers on MFR, SSDS, and CEC, as well as developed numerous extraction and data reduction tools to support T&E efforts for emerging combat system elements and self-defense systems.

Functional Area 3.5: System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

RSC developed a Research Database Visualization (RDV) system. The RDV system has a robust user interface providing data entry, search and filter functions, interactive and dynamic visualization elements, and reporting methods. The RDV system implements a relational database system to store the research data and metrics. The system is easily adapted to other research domain areas (e.g. fatigue, medical, biomedical, etc.) and initially contains comprehensive Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/Traumatic Brain Injury (PTSD/TBI) taxonomy. The user interface manages and expands the taxonomy population. The database is stored on a data server for development and trial purposes. The system contains built-in visualization functions. The visualization is interactive and designed to discover new insights into the database. The system includes search and filter mechanisms to quickly find data to be visualized. A reporting system has been included to allow charts, graphs, and tabular data to be exported to a document editor or PowerPoint slides.

Functional Area 3.6: Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

CACI provides software engineering, development, programming, and network support for systems maintenance and development resources to maintain and to design, develop, and implement improvements to an enterprise information system for submarine maintenance, engineering, planning and procurement (SUBMEPP) activity in support of USW weapons and vehicles. CACI provides a spectrum of software services for SUBMEPP maintenance and ship work planning (M&SWP) applications and supports ship work package development for all classes of Navy submarines and submersibles.

Functional Area 3.7: Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support

Precise Systems provides support to the PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program to acquire essential support services in support of PMA-274 integrated defense acquisition life cycle management framework. Life cycle management support includes, but is not limited to: execution of acquisition; program/project administration; data management/data library support; hangar security and facility management; acquisition MS documentation support; research, development test and evaluation (RDT&E); visitor control; risk management; configuration management; quality assurance (QA) and production; IA support and expertise; Corporate Systems Interface/IDE support and expertise; administrative, technical and engineering services in support of Presidential Helicopters Replacement program and In-Service platform missions.

Functional Area 3.8: Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support

RSC provided engineering and scientific support in the deployment and analysis of component sensor simulation technologies previously investigated under international project arrangement between Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC) and the US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). Support provided in two principal scope areas; first, the integration and demonstration of the SERE (Synthetic Environment Radiometry Engine) and ICSM (Interservice Common Sensor Model) common synthetic environment technologies within certain DRDC enterprise simulation platforms, and second in the follow-on analysis of the NVG visual system capability previously developed by AFRL for the Hercules Observer Trainer, 8 Wing, CFB Trenton.

Functional Area 3.9: System Safety Engineering Support

Precise Systems provides support to the PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program to acquire essential support services in support of PMA-274 integrated defense acquisition life cycle management framework. Life cycle management support includes, but is not limited to: execution of acquisition; program/project administration; data management/data library support; hangar security and facility management; acquisition MS documentation support; research, development test and evaluation (RDT&E); visitor control; risk management; configuration management; quality assurance (QA) and production; IA support and expertise; Corporate Systems Interface/IDE support and expertise; administrative, technical and engineering services in support of Presidential Helicopters Replacement program and In-Service platform missions.

Functional Area 3.10: Configuration Management (CM) Support

Precise Systems provides support to the PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program to acquire essential support services in support of PMA-274 integrated defense acquisition life cycle management framework. Life cycle management support includes, but is not limited to: execution of acquisition; program/project administration; data management/data library support; hangar security and facility management; acquisition MS documentation support; research, development test and evaluation (RDT&E); visitor control; risk management; configuration management; quality assurance (QA) and production; IA support and expertise; Corporate Systems Interface/IDE support and expertise; administrative, technical and engineering services in support of Presidential Helicopters Replacement program and In-Service platform missions.

Functional Area 3.11: Quality Assurance (QA) Support

Performance Systems perform tasks to support the H-1 Upgrades General Program in various stages of their acquisition life cycle, from development to sustainment. These tasks included cost, schedule, technical analysis and program risk, assessment and quality assurance practices associated with the production of the H-1 Upgrades aircraft.

Functional Area 3.12: Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

CACI provided information systems development, information assurance, and information technology support, provided supply/provisioning, and in-service engineering support (ISEA) and administrative/office management support for clients on numerous delivery orders to NUWCDIVNPT Code 34, within the USW command and control systems product area directorate (PAD) and to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, by interfacing with the Navy Inventory Control Point, SUBMEPP activity, and other Defense Logistics Agency supply activities.

Functional Area 3.13: Inactivation and Disposal Support

CACI provided technical support services to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on the close-in weapon system in the surface ship combat systems and surface warfare logistics and maintenance product areas.

Functional Area 3.14: Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support

Precise Systems provides support to the PMA-274 Presidential Helicopters Program to acquire essential support services in support of PMA-274 integrated defense acquisition life cycle management framework. Life cycle management support includes, but is not limited to: execution of acquisition; program/project administration; data management/data library support; hangar security and facility management; acquisition MS documentation support; research, development test and evaluation (RDT&E); visitor control; risk management; configuration management; quality assurance (QA) and production; IA support and expertise; Corporate Systems Interface/IDE support and expertise; administrative, technical and engineering services in support of Presidential Helicopters Replacement program and In-Service platform missions.

Functional Area 3.15: Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support

METI supports the Electronic Proving Ground (EPG) at Ft. Huachuca, Arizona and other EPG sites throughout the US. METI personnel plan, conduct, and analyze the results of Technical Tests for Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems, Signal Intelligence, and Electronic Combat (EC)/Electronic Warfare (EW) equipment. In addition to conducting developmental tests, METI supports the Army operational test community in the conduct of operational tests, user tests, and experiments. METI personnel are experts in: distributed systems of systems testing; conducting bench tests, lab tests, field tests; conducting large-scale geographically distributed systems of systems tests (which employ a mix of live and simulated instrumentation and assets); using test facilities and laboratories to conduct tests on C4ISR systems; and supporting customers in the joint and training communities. METI employees have been instrumental in creating the EPG Communications Command Center, BETA, and RF laboratories, and are developing future test bed capabilities. METI provides support for the following representative EPG programs and systems:

  • Tactical Unmanned Air Vehicle (TUAV)
  • Maneuver Control System (MCS)
  • Joint Tactical Radio System / Ground Mobile Radio (JTRS/GMR)
  • Stryker
  •  Joint Capabilities Release (JCR)
  • Ground Mobile Radio (GMR)
  • Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS)
  • Light Armored Vehicle (LAV)
  • Handheld Mobile Short Form Fit Radio (HMS)
  • Land Warrior
  • Enhanced Position Location and Reporting System (EPLRS)

Functional Area 3.16: Logistics Support

CACI provided strategic planning, engineering, management, and product development support to NSWC PHD Louisville Detachment on MK 34 gun weapon system and the MK 45 gun mounts in the surface ship combat systems product area. CACI provided the services and expertise to plan and implement the necessary logistics support for the MK 34 GWS and MK 45 gun mount.

Functional Area 3.17: Supply and Provisioning Support

CACI provided information systems development, information assurance, and information technology support, provided supply/provisioning, and in-service engineering support (ISEA) and administrative/office management support for clients on numerous delivery orders to NUWCDIVNPT Code 34, within the USW command and control systems product area directorate (PAD) and to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, by interfacing with the Navy Inventory Control Point, SUBMEPP activity, and other Defense Logistics Agency supply activities.

Functional Area 3.18: Training Support

RSC was involved with virtual environments synthetic training, research and development, analyses, studies and engineering for research and development of 3-D viewing capabilities for the common distributed mission training station (CDMTS).  RSC provided research and development support and procurement efforts for a 3-dimmensional (3-D) viewing incorporated as part of an instructor operator station (IOS) capability to support the P-8A WTT/OFTIWST. Software deliverable end-item is called the Common Distributed Mission Training Station (CDMTS) and the Deployable Sensor Scene Simulation System (DS4). Tasks included entity and weapon visualization, 3-D viewer control capabilities, viewing pane error, data block capabilities, range ring and radar dome visualizations, and special effect displays.

Functional Area 3.19: In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support

The Precise Team provided the USMC Light / Attack Helicopter Program Office with cost, schedule, performance, requirements, systems analysis and program risk assessment support. Team Precise entered the role in helping the USMC transition from the AH-1W and UH-1N to the AH-1Z and UH-1Y helicopters.

Functional Area 3.20: Program Support

Federal Analytics, LLC provided support services to the Aviation Training Systems Program Team, PMA205, through all phases of Naval Aviation training systems acquisition including concept refinement, technology development, procurement, test and evaluation, training facilities and equipment, in-service engineering and full life-cycle acquisition sustaining support. Provided subject matter expertise, principle technology management, and acquisition support to the Air Warfare Training Development (AWTD) IPT. Provide the required levels of experience and qualifications in program/project administration, including but not limited to: acquisition, financial, technical, production, requirements analysis, business case analysis, and administrative support to PMA205. Performance includes coordinating technology transition support services to the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Naval Research Lab (NRL), Fleet Forces Command (FFC), Headquarters Marine Corps, Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNAF), Chief for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT), and the Training and Education Command (TECOM) and its associated Assistant Program Managers product teams.

Functional Area 3.21: Functional and Administrative Support

CACI provided acquisition, program and testing support to various NAVSUP commands and the Marine Corps, for the development of ammunition management systems and the Mobile Fleet Support Team’s (MFST) training.

Functional Area 3.22:  Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

With a communications staff that includes former award-winning journalists, CACI Strategic Communications provides public affairs offices with end-to-end support in message development, writing press releases, developing press kits, developing and maintaining media databases, public affairs media training, tradeshow support and more.

Seaport-E QA Plan

Team RSC understands the importance of quality assurance processes and quality contract execution for NAVAIR/PMA205, the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE), and the Virtual SYSCOMs at large.

Quality contract execution and compliance requires a comprehensive team led by a knowledgeable Task Manager (RSC Project Manager) to ensure that tasks are implemented correctly, task progress monitoring is ongoing, issues are quickly identified and resolved with little or no interruption of work, knowledgeable and quality personnel are retained, deliverables are in compliance with the CDRLs, and task/financial reporting and forecasting are clear and concise.

Upon notification of a SeaPort-E award, the RSC corporate staff contracts administrator will immediately issue subcontractor agreements that outline contract compliance, tasks to be performed, CDRL requirements, DD 254 requirements, delivery schedules, financial/task reporting and invoicing instructions. These comprehensive agreements are developed to ensure clear communication of tasking and reporting without undue burden to any team member, IPT, or the government task-order manager (TOM) supported by the SeaPort-E Statement of Work.

The RSC Team offers proven cost accounting and task order management to track and control multiple costs, funding sources, milestones and schedules. RSC utilizes Quickbooks Enterprise Solutions (QES 7.0) to capture all contract-related financial information. QES is a Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) approved job-cost accounting system. The knowledgeable contract administration staff resident with the RSC Team ensures compliance from day one.

Plan, Manage, Execute and Monitor Task Progress

The management methodology is a structure of relationships and processes that allows our customers, NAVAIRSYSCOM, and other Virtual SYSCOMs, to maximize technical synergy, cost savings, best practices and cross-departmental benefits, the number of aviation platforms served and other joint/leveraged efforts. Team RSC subcontractor agreements are the foundation for the management plan and task execution. These agreements ensure full compliance with all contract and task order requirements.

RSC’s QA plan applies sound program management principles and integrates all aspects of task order performance. Our management methodology, used on all RSC programs, ensures effective communication about project progress, processes, issues, and risks, and maintains a strong focus on business benefits and structured, predictable outcomes advantageous to the customer.

Identify and Resolve Contractual and Technical Problems

We will use our established relationships with all Team members and the SeaPort-e customer to mitigate any contractual or technical problems that may arise. Open lines of communication, regular status meetings, peer reviews, continuous interface with the TOM, and full understanding of the requirements of the statement of work are all key ingredients to successful identification and resolution of contractual and technical problems. The RSC (Team) Task Project Manager (PM) is the portal through which all task communication travels. The PM is the single point of entry for discussions and any resultant issues that may need resolution. Quick identification and resolution is the RSC Team goal.

Risk Management

RSC’s corporate-wide risk management plan and approach provides a continuous process of risk identification, assessment, mitigation and its implementation, and monitoring. The overall objective is to minimize the effects of program risks by defining systematic risk management processes to address four specific areas: technical, managerial, performance and cost. We define risk as any event that has some probability of adverse impact on a program’s cost, schedule, or delivered product performance. Effective risk management supports the program’s ability to meet its objectives on time and on budget.

Interface with the Government Task Order Manager (TOM) for Task Order Execution

The RSC Team believes effective communication is the key to successful task implementation, execution, tracking, and delivery. Upon contract award, the RSC PM will meet with the government Task Order Manager and establish a schedule of task reviews, initially to ensure full understanding and compliance with the tasks to be performed, develop a CDRL Plan of Action & Milestones schedule, and develop the needed relationships to ensure quick identification and resolution of any issues.

Protect Non-Public Information

RSC has a trained and certified Facility Security Officer (FSO) and secret facility clearance. We will ensure compliance with all security requirements, as specified in a contract DD-254.

SOW Implementation Plan

The SOW Implementation Plan is straightforward and consists of the following factors: Manpower Utilization, Warranty of Work, Quality Control, and Quality Assurance. The RSC team was developed to ensure Statement of Work tasking is performed from day one. The RSC and CACI team, as well other subcontractors periodically used, will have the breadth of knowledge and experience to quickly take on any Virtual SYSCOM requirements without any interruption.

Warranty of Work

RSC has never had a deliverable rejected or any adverse comments on its services. In the unlikely event this should occur, RSC will comply with FAR 52.246-20 and correct or re-perform any non-conforming service at no cost to the Government. Before taking action on a warranty issue, our Project Manager and associated support personnel will meet with the government TOM and to solicit comments on a proposed solution. After implementing the required actions, we will follow-up to make sure all deficiencies have been corrected and that measures are in place to prevent reoccurrence.

Ability to Manage Change to Preserve Stability and Maintain Technical Expertise in the Workforce

Our approach is based on promoting continuity of the RSC team work force in order to provide stability during the inevitable changes that occur. Our Team’s flexible, responsive management approach is designed to accommodate change, regardless of whether the change is related to a new customer, work, process, or infrastructure.

Our primary management responsibility is to maintain quality of service on existing task orders. The RSC team’s plan is to emphasize recruitment, delegation of authority, continuity of talent and retention incentives. High performance begins with attracting the best-qualified professionals for the work. The present labor market requires a perennial search mechanism and periodic re-tuning of the compensation packages for highly qualified staff. Acquiring talent is facilitated by a policy that permits the greatest possible exercise of authority at the Task Order and integrated project team levels. Priority is given for a high level of quality-assurance integrated at all team levels.

Flow Down of Incentives to Team partners

Our approach to creating incentives for team members is simple: 100% pass through. When an RSC team member finds a cost savings improvement, RSC will pass 100% of any monetary award to that team member. This includes value engineering change proposals (VECPs) and process improvements. Members of the team will be permitted to institute these changes in other Navy/government organizations.

Summary

The RSC team offers excellent breadth and depth of Navy experience combined with the agility and innovation of aggressive large and small team members. RSC has an established record of service to the Navy that relies on honesty, innovative management approaches, and outstanding quality. This quality is founded on sound business practices and our appreciation for the Fleet – the ultimate customer for Virtual SYSCOMs. Our management approach allows the RSC team to take advantage of the combination of our established navy support service contractors.

For more information about RSC products or professional services, please contact us.

info@rscusa.com
P: 480-374-1202
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