NAVSEA Warfare Centers established the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) vehicle to improve project delivery via lean performance execution process by providing an efficient and effective means of contracting for professional support services. SeaPort-e provides a web-based e-business procurement portal to provide SeaPort-e clients optimized coordination and faster delivery.

Functional areas covered by SeaPort-e include infrastructure assessment, process engineering, technology infusion, as well as technical and non-technical disciplines to support efficient implementations of client organizations.

M.C. Dean has been a SeaPort-e prime contract holder in all seven geographic regions since 2005.

Our current contract number is: N00178-19-D-8051

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Functional Areas

M.C. Dean offers SeaPort users more than half a century of experience performing systems integration and engineering for Federal government agencies across the United States and around the globe. This experience encompasses the functional areas listed below. To access more detail regarding M.C. Dean’s experience in performing each function, click the function title.


The M.C. Dean Team is an approved contractor for all seven zones of performance.

M.C. Dean Team

M.C. Dean has assembled a team of outstanding small businesses with a combined total of 150 years of proven performance in the SeaPort mission areas. In the organization chart below, click the firm's name to access information about each firm and their relevant experience since 2002.

M.C. Dean SeaPort Subcontractors

The Protection Engineering Group, PC

SIM-G Technologies

Prime Power Services, Inc.

Belzon, Inc.

Intelliorg, Inc.

Alaska Native Technologies, Inc.

Integrated Information Solutions, Inc.

CZK Consultants, LLC

Bay Electric Company, Inc.

Cogent Solutions, Inc.

HeiTech Services, Inc.

Cyberspace Technologies, Inc.

Quality Assurance Program

M.C. Dean employs a corporate-wide Quality Management System (QMS) certified to ISO 9001:2008 that includes both Quality Assurance and Quality Control. The entire value chain (design, procurement, assembly, installation, testing, operations and maintenance) employs a series of activities in the following areas:

  • Quality Planning (QP) ensures quality is designed into the deliverables of the project before the first task has begun. Prior to project execution, we tailor a standard set of processes (ISO9001:2008 and CMMI ML3 compliant) to meet our customer’s needs.
  • Quality Assurance (QA) delivers proactive guidelines to assure quality and prevent defects from emerging into the system during pre-assessment, design review, and implementation.
  • Quality Control (QC) evaluates level of quality of the delivered systems using techniques and activities as agreed upon with customers and/or stakeholders prior to commencing work. QC improves the quality of products or methods by focusing on such outputs as rework decisions, acceptance decisions, and adjustment of processes.
  • Quality Improvement (QI) ensures M.C. Dean meets and exceeds our Critical Success Factors (CSFs) in the execution of the contract.

Contact M.C. Dean Regarding SeaPort

We welcome your inquiries regarding SeaPort.

Government Agencies: Please use the email form below to submit questions or task order proposal requests. As we create our full e-commerce portal for this contract, you will be able to submit formal proposal requests and place orders online.

Subcontractors and Vendors: Please email your qualifications to if you are interested in subcontracting opportunities. We will provide you with details on our teaming arrangements.

Information on Customer Satisfaction

Please use the e-mail address below to submit inquiries regarding customer satisfaction with the services performed.

SeaPort inquiries:

M.C. Dean Building Intelligence
1765 Greensboro Station Pl.
Tysons, VA 22102
(703) 802-6231
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