Team LESCO offers NAVSEA Warfare Centers experienced large businesses as incumbents but also, diversity with the socio-economic status of the small businesses on our team.  Team LESCO is focused on assisting NAVSEA Warfare Centers in meeting and maintaining their small business goals.   in meeting and maintaining their smallbusinesses.

Services to be provided under this contract are categorized intofunctional services areas as follows:
1.  Research and Development
2.  Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
3.  Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
4.  Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support
5.  System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
6.  Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support
7.  Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support
8.  Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support
9.  System Safety Engineering Support
10.  Configuration Management (CM) Support
11.  Quality Assurance (QA) Support
12.  Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support
13.  Inactivation and Disposal Support
14.  Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
15.  Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support
16.  Logistics Support
17.  Supply and Provisioning Support
18.  Training Support
19.  In Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support
20.  Program Support
21.  Functional and Administrative Support
22.  Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

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Team Members

SEAPORT-e Team Members

Companies

  • Radiance Technologies
  • ASC, Inc.
  • VT Group
  • URS
  • Miltec – Ducummon
  • Blackhawk Management
  • R2C
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SeaPort Information

LESCO is committed to providing the best quality service.

Contacts:
Miranda Miller  256-971-9765    mmiller@lesco-logistics.com
Beckie Green     256-562-2435   bgreen@lesco-logistics.com

Contract Details:
Active: Yes
Category: SEAPORT Enhanced
Prime Company: Logistics & Environmental Solutions Corporation (LESCO)
Contract #: N00178-12-D-6945
TIN: 63-1071824
Address: 4845 University Square – Huntsville, AL 35816
Zones: Zones 1 – 6
Business Ownership: SB – Small Business Concern and VOSB-Veteran Owned Small Business Concerns

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Quality Assurance

 

LESCO is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company.  LESCO is dedicated to providing quality services and support on time and at the best value to all of our customers.

The level and type of Quality Management System documentation established for our business is continually reviewed to ensure it remains appropriate for the complexity and interaction of our processes and the competence of our employees.  We use Standard Operating Procedures to document and define the key Quality Management System processes.

Customer concerns are continually monitored and measured to identify opportunities for improvement.  We ensure that our employees have the knowledge, skills and resources to consistently meet or exceed customer requirements, and strive to exceed their expectations.  Customer needs and expectations take into consideration conformity, dependability, availability, delivery, price and safety.

Quality Contact Information:
Miranda Miller
256-971-7165
mmiller@lesco-logistics.com

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Feedback

Any questions or concerns should be emailed to info@lesco-logistics.com

 

Team Capabilities

Team Capabilities and Experience

 
 
 

ASC


Past performance
USAF AFGLSC Supply Chain Control Center (SC3) FA8119-09-C-0027
Identify a metrics development framework for use within the SC3 to support the AFGLSC leadership and its subordinate organizations to ensure proper support for the warfighter.
Identify, develop, and document predictive analysis criteria for use in evaluation, communication, and decision making by AFGLSC leadership and its subordinate organizations to ensure proper support for the warfighter.
Identify data for use within the metrics and predictive modeling processes.
USAF Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) FA8770-06-F-8009
Implementation of the program Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS)Implement a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)-based system (ORACLE 12) Introduce standardized business processes and tools across the entire enterprise
Deconstruct more than 250 legacy systems
Provide universal access and visibility to consistent, real-time information across the enterprise
Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Command Operations Center W81GYE-10-0016
Provide Contract Level Management
Provide Data Analysis and Requirements
Document Capability Gaps and Solution
Configure and Deliver Technical Solution

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VT Group


Past performance

  • Base operations encompass all facets of operating a modern military facility and we have direct experience with the US Navy having operated the Kings Bay Naval Base in Georgia.
  • We support rotary wing operations for various platforms including nonstandard
  • Rotary wing aircraft and foreign military sales (FMS).
  • We provide general programmatic support to the Naval Special Warfare Program Office
  • Anti-Submarine Warfare combat system support to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center
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URS


Past performance
N000178-04-D-4042, Task Order FC13

  • Provided independent Job Safety Analysis and Safe Work Plans for the Trident C4 missile refurbishment effort. Supported government reviews and incorporation of resulting safety information upgrades into government processes for sonar transducer refurbishment activities.

N000178-04-D-4042, Task Order FC14

  • Provided technical, analytical, and logistics support to evaluate candidate technologies and define mission requirements; quantify results using applied modeling and simulation; and assist with developing courses of action and acquisition strategies for the Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) Program Manager for Test Measurement and Diagnostics Equipment (PM/TMDE).
  • Provided leadership development training to NSWC Crane Division management staff and NAVSEA representatives. Included development of a Phase Two program approach and conduct of Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) training.

N000178-04-D-4042, Task Order FC16

  • Performed engineering and technical investigations, technology assessments, and supportability analyses for strategic systems equipment associated with the Trident Missile Life Extension Program. Ensured serviceability and readiness of missile system and missile support system elements for the transition of program support and missile support equipment to NSWC Crane Division.
  • Provided systems engineering and technical support for new missile support systems and ground equipment to support integration and interface of existing support systems into different applications or with new components as part of the Strategic Systems Deployed Support Systems and Advanced Launcher Development Program. Supported the development of interface management tools between NSWC Crane Division, the Program Office, and multiple vendors.
  • Provided comprehensive design and technical data documentation for the Deployed Support Systems and Advanced Launcher Development Programs for NSWC Crane Division and the Strategic Systems Program Office, SP-22.
  • o Provided RM&A engineers and technicians in support of the NSWC Crane Division Reliability Engineering group. Developed responses to Trouble Failure Reports, conducted training on Reliability, Maintainability and Supportability concepts, Reliability Engineering tools, and emerging reliability prediction models.
  • Provided Configuration Management (CM) support to NSWC Crane Division for new and transitioning products associated with the Trident Missile Program. Served as the CM Officer for the Missile Support Equipment program. Conducted reviews to verify compliance with the CM Plan. Loaded, updated and reviewed baseline CM data into established CM software systems.
  • Performed pre-test and post-test Quality Assurance (QA) checks/audits or travelers for testing of items under the Trident Strategic Systems Program Life Extension Program.
  • Provided IS/IA/IT support for NSWC Crane Divisions Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) network equipment. Acted as the Information Assurance Officer for the Flight Systems Division.
  • Provided broad range of program management support for the Trident Missile Life Extension Program, Trident Missile Support Equipment Program, and the Teradyne Test Equipment project. Provided schedule and cost estimates, inputs to master plans, coordinated meetings/conferences/IPTs with NSWC Crane Division, SP-22 NAVSEA Program Office, OEMS, and subcontractors.

N00178-04-D-4042, FC18

  • Applied Non-Traditional Assessment methodologies in test and assessment planning, execution, data analysis, reporting, risk identification and mitigation.
  • Supported the Hardened Installation Protection for Persistent Operations (HIPPO) Joint Capability Technical Demonstration (JCTD) team during technical tests and demonstrations to record technical performance data which will be used to refine the operational objectives and measures to answer critical operational issues.
  • Provided an overarching HIPPO JCTD Integrated Assessment Plan and a Demonstration Execution Document for each operational assessment event and an Event Observation Plan for other HIPPO JCTD-related technical tests and operational demonstrations, including technical performance testing and assessment.
 
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Radiance


Past performance
Contract Number: N00178-07-D-5212, TO HR01, for Naval Surface Warfare Center

  • IT Engineering Support – Radiance provided senior technical support to configure DJC2 networks to integrate selected Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems for production models. NIPRNET, SIPRNET and Coalition networks are being used. Radiance provided experience and expertise in managing network structures; testing and evaluating the DJC2 network configurations, and operating and maintaining DJC2 networks
  • Network Engineering and Production Support – Radiance provided senior technical support and coordinated interfaces to communications external to the DJC2 Engineering Test Facility (DETF). Radiance developed training and training procedures for the DJC2 technical training and manuals
  • Communications Engineering Support – Radiance provided engineering support by supporting the JPO Technology insertion group. Radiance performed equipment analysis of new equipment for insertion into the communications system. Radiance provided the JPO with solutions for serial and IP based communication components. Radiance verified the documentation of all communication drawings for the build of system 2 and the retrofit of the already fielded systems
  • IT/Comms T&E Support – Radiance provided the technical support for all DJC2 testing and fielding events. Radiance ensured that the DJC2 system performed as designed. Radiance configured, maintained and evaluated all IT and Comms equipment for each test prior to fielding.
 
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Ducommun


Past performance
Currently have a subcontract to provide Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division with kinetic warhead modeling and simulation N00178-07-D-5189

  • Development and maintenance of the KWEVAL product.
  • Development of target models and a user-operated target model development environment.
  • Development of improved high explosive initiation (HEI) algorithms specifically addressing multiple layer cover plates
  • Integration of additional FATEPEN modeling techniques into existing fragment shotline analyses
  • Development and integration of shotline visualization techniques in a graphical user interface (GUI) environment enhancing user data analyses capabilities.
  • Establishment of configuration management enclaves of unclassified source code and documentation and classified target models and documentation.
  • Modify the IMAGEN tool to incorporate a shotline visualization capability.
  • Execute hydrocode analyses of fragment impacts on laminate plate arrays.
  • Review modifications to the KWEVAL penetration damage modeling for stability and trend accuracy