NAVSEA

AcronymDefinition
NAVSEANaval Sea Systems Command
NAVSEANaval Avionics Support Equipment Appraisal
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Other variants such as the repair, berthing and messing barges were built in the 1980s, Matthew Leonard, a NAVSEA public affairs official, said in an email.
As of June 30, the platform has over 12,800 registered users, primarily hailing from NAVSEA warfare centers, but also including users from NAVSEA HQ, the four naval shipyards and the regional maintenance centers.
With Tech Solutions' guidance, NAVSEA partnered with NCTRF co implement several key suit improvements.
He went on to discuss some environmental drivers of change and interest in second-generation products that will help NAVSEA meet its needs.
NAVSEA ISSUED REF A AND B RECOMMENDING THE REMOVAL OF THE REVERSE OSMOSIS DESALINATOR (MROD) FROM 688 AND 774 CLASS SUBMARINES.
All versions are fully approved with the applicable IEEE, NAVSEA, ANSI or Mil requirements.
This article will outline how NAVSEA is increasing diversity among new hires, making the most of job fairs, maximizing information sessions, implementing interview panels, and addressing retention issues.
The NAVSEA cost organization, as well as cost estimators at the Naval Air Systems Command, is part of the engineering competency within the acquisition work force.
SeaPort-e is an extension of the current SeaPort procurement vehicle used at NAVSEA.
Eduardo Romo, a quality assurance specialist at NAVSEA Port Hueneme, was honored with the 2002 Hispanic Employment Achievement Award by the Department of the Navy.
P761 provides formal training for other OF components, as well as for NAVAIR, NAVSEA, Defense Financial and Accounting Service (DFAS), responsible for the execution of FMS cases.
As reported in AR Today (September/October 2001), NAVSEA used its electronic commerce system, SeaPort, to award a multiple award contract to 21 certified vendor teams for up to 15 years to bid on financial management, program management, engineering, and logistics task orders.