Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e) Rolling Admission

Contract Awarded:  May 29, 2008

Contract Number:  N00178-08-D-5392

Daniel H. Wagner Associates, Inc. is prepared to provide support under the Seaport-e contract, in the following zones:

Zone 1 - Northeast

Zone 2 - National Capital

Zone 3 - Mid Atlantic

Zone 4 - Gulf Coast

Zone 6 - Southwest
Task orders
Currently none

Technical instructions issued against task orders
Currently none

Team members
Wagner Associates is the sole member on this Seaport-e contract

Last 3 years service experience

Functional Areas


Contract No.

Mission Areas

Customer Satisfaction POC

3.1 R&D Support

3.3 Modeling

3.6 Software



- Tactical Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs)
- Submarine Communications
- Electronic Warfare (EW, Electro-Optical Systems (Periscopes)
- Nonacoustic Effects, Submarine-Launched Tactical Missile Systems, Weapon and Countermeasure Launcher Systems

Michael Wardlaw (ONR)


Paul Temple (NUWC)


3.1 R&D Support

3.3 Modeling

3.6 Software



- Torpedoes, Targets, Countermeasures, Undersea Vehicles
- Submarine SONAR and Combat System, Surface Ship SONAR ASW Systems, & Arctic Program Coordination
- Combat Control Systems
- Mine Warfare Systems 5. Mission Planning & Targeting Systems

Michael Vacarro 


3.1 R&D Support

3.3 Modeling

3.6 Software



PO 273702, PO DW456103, PO 458546, PO DW471822

- Combat Control Systems
- Mission Planning and Targeting Systems

Lockheed Martin POC:  Jack Thorner


3.1 R&D Support

3.3 Modeling

3.6 Software



- Unmanned Vehicles
- Mission Planning and Targeting Systems
- Command and Control Systems

John Denton


3.1 R&D Support

3.3 Modeling

3.6 Software



- Command and Control Systems
- Surface Undersea Warfare Submarine Combat Systems
- Mission Planning and Targeting Systems

Ed Mosley


Wagner point of contact for information related to the Seaport-e program

Dr. C. Allen Butler, President

Phone:  (757) 727-7700

Quality Assurance (QA) program

Daniel H. Wagner Associates rigorously applies quality assurance in every phase of our projects.  During the development process we employ software configuration management, using tools such as CVS and RCS.  As we develop and continue to evolve our software systems, our software engineers utilize both unit testing and system testing techniques to verify that all code modifications result in a correctly functioning system.  Once the software has passed this initial phase of testing, we next have one of our quality assurance team members apply another round of system testing.  When enhancing existing software, this system testing often involves running a large regression test suite in order to verify successful execution and agreement of the outputs to what was expected.  In other instances, the testing may involve exercising a graphical user interface.  Additionally, throughout each iteration of the software life cycle, our software engineers meet regularly with the project manager to guarantee that the implementation matches the original system specification.

In order to further ensure the quality of our products, we also employ internal code reviews to verify software correctness.  While individual developers frequently review and revise their own code, we also have software engineers who were not involved in the development of a particular project review the code for that project. This approach results in refactoring motivated by a variety of perspectives that creates a more robust, maintainable, and understandable system as a finished product.

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