NAVSEA

AcronymDefinition
NAVSEANaval Sea Systems Command
NAVSEANaval Avionics Support Equipment Appraisal
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Within public shipyards, NAVSEA recently reconstituted Code 500 supply departments in both Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.
Engineering solution company Alion Science and Technology revealed on Tuesday the receipt of a USD74m NAVSEA 21 Omnibus bridge contract under the Seaport-E multiple award contract.
McCormack, executive director of the Warfare Centers, saw the value in eCRAFT's features and directed the system, which had been cited as a best practice by NAVSEA's Contracts Directorate (SEA 02), to be implemented across all Divisions to enhance and streamline contract surveillance and performance monitoring.
"The old [lighters] are conversions of World War II-era personnel transport vessels and were originally designed for short-term transport and not to support crews of ships undergoing maintenance or modernization availabilities," a NAVSEA statement said.
Being the leader in Federal Cyber Security Solutions, Watershed Security is excited to be part of NAVSEA Carderock's solution for Risk Management Framework (RMF) and Department of Defense (DoD) Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation (C&A) Process (DIACAP) support to the fleet.
Baker was arrested early in February and has been suspended from his NAVSEA job, pending the outcome of his case.
NAVSEA S9310-AQ-SAF-010 will be updated to reflect the results of these tests.
NAVSEA has leveraged United States Coast Guard (USCG) experience in its current update of "Standard Item 009-32: 'Cleaning and Painting Requirements," which is used by the Navy to define ship paint application processes to allow DTM application of its new polysiloxane topside paint (i.e., a new, more durable, and color-stable haze gray) on aluminum substrates.
"NAVSEA is seeking ideas from the ACA for coatings and processes that will reduce total ownership costs from all sources.
NAVSEA, which has a force of 60,000 civilian, military and contract support personnel, is the largest of the Navy's five system commands.
NAVSEA ISSUED REF A AND B RECOMMENDING THE REMOVAL OF THE REVERSE OSMOSIS DESALINATOR (MROD) FROM 688 AND 774 CLASS SUBMARINES.