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Analysts: SeaPort-e to Next Gen changes will better competition

March 13, 2018 |
Justin Katz
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The Navy's next generation contracting vehicle for services contracts has refined its work requirements in two key ways that analysts believe will help it create greater competition among contractors. The next iteration of SeaPort-e, a services contracting vehicle established in 2001, is SeaPort Next Generation which will require prime contractors to have experience in direct support of the Department of the Navy. By contrast, SeaPort-e only required experience in support of the Defense Department. The decision to switch was made...

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