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CONTRACTS


DLS Engineering, a woman-owned small business (WOSB), has the contracting know-how and mechanisms that make doing business with us simple.

A wide range of WOSB set-asides are available after changes to eligible Small Business Administration NAICS codes, and DLS has the necessary tools to allow federal customers to easily hire us. DLS’ WOSB-eligible and small business NAICS, and contracting vehicles are shown below.

Please contact our contracts manager, John Garcia (john.garcia@dlsengineering.com), with any contracting questions. We look forward to hearing from you!


DLS' Eligible NAICS Codes for WOSB Set-asides

236220   Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
493110     General Warehousing and Storage
511130      Newspaper, Periodical, Book, and Directory Publishers
518210     Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
541330    Engineering Services
541511      Custom Computer Programming Services

541512     Computer Systems Design Services
541513     Computer Facilities Management Services
541519     Other Computer Related Services

541611      Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
541614     Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistical Consulting Services
541990    All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

561210     Consulting Services                          
611430     Professional and Management Development Training

DLS' Eligible NAICS Codes for Small Business Set-asides

488190   Other Support Activities for Air Transportation

CAGE Code: 024K8

DUNS: 947103347

WOSBs can be sole sourced up to $4 million for service contracts and $6.5 million for manufacturing contracts.
For more information on the SBA’s Women Owned Small Business Program, please visit
https://www.sba.gov/content/women-owned-small-business-program.


Contracting Vehicles

GSA Professional Services Schedule (former LOGWORLD 874V and PES 871)
SeaPort-e (link to additional information on DLS' SeaPort-e contract)
DHS TABSS (as subcontractor)
DHS EAGLE II (as subcontractor)

Table of Awarded SIN and NAICS Codes on DLS' GSA Professional Services Schedule

SIN

SIN Description

Available NAICS Code(s)

WOSB Set Aside Eligibility 

C871-2

Concept Development and
Requirements Analysis

541330

541711

541712

YES

NO

NO

C871-3

System Design, Engineering
and Integration

541330

541711

541712

YES

NO 

NO

C871-4

Test and Evaluation

541330

541711

541712

YES

NO

NO

C871-5

Integrated Logistics Support

541330

541711

541712

YES

NO

NO

C871-6

Acquisition and Life Cycle Management

541330

541711

541712

YES

NO

NO

C871-7

Construction Management

236220

YES

C874-501

Supply and Value Chain Management

541614

YES

C874-503

Distribution and Transportation
Logistics Services

541614

YES

C874-504

Deployment Logistics

541614

YES

C874-505

Logistics Training Services

541614

YES

C874-507

Operations & Maintenance Logistics
Management and Support Services

561210

YES

Our dedicated workforce comprised of professionals, technicians, and subject matter experts includes, but is not limited to:

Electrical Technicians
Mechanical Technicians
Technical Writers/Researchers
CAD Illustrators
Logisticians
Supply Analysts
Warehouse Specialists

Program and Project Managers
Operations Research Specialists
Earned Value Management SMEs
Construction Inspectors
Aeronautical Engineers
Aviation Life Support SMEs
Trainers

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Seaport-e


Seaport-e


SEAPORT-E


DLS is a multifaceted services firm and leader in optimizing the performance of assets and systems. With the award of the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) contract, DLS is prepared to provide its talent and capabilities to support the Navy, Marine Corps, and their respective program executive offices, directorates, and field activities.

SeaPort-e is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award contract (MAC). It serves as an efficient means to procure small business services in program management, engineering, logistics, and related capacities across a spectrum of 22 Functional Areas. SeaPort-e divides the U.S. into seven geographical zones, and DLS will support requirements for the National Capital and Mid-Atlantic zones. DLS' contract extends through April 2019.  

Contract Number

N00178-16-D-8702

Zones

National Capital (Zone 2) and Mid-Atlantic (Zone 3)

Point of Contact

John Garcia
john.garcia@dlsengineering.com
757-494-5151


Functional Areas

Services to be provided under this contract are categorized into 22 functional services areas:

  1. Research and Development Support

  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


Team Member

MANCON (www.manconinc.com)

MANCON (Management Consulting, Inc.) is a small business that has been providing logistics, technical, administrative, human capital, and professional services to federal, state, and local government agencies for over 30 years. 

SimIS (www.simisinc.com)

SimIS is a veteran-owned small business (VOSB), 8(a) Information Technology Services Company. Established in 2007, SimIS has developed innovative approaches and solutions in three primary sectors: Modeling & Simulation, Information Security, and Software Systems. 


Task Orders

Task orders will be posted here once awarded. 


DLS Quality Assurance Program

DLS’ Quality Management Plan (QMP) documents how we will maintain and improve the quality of our services. DLS has mature management processes to support our customer and the contracting office. We aim to keep contracting and administrative procedures simple, so we direct our focus on the customer. Our management approach demonstrates how we use a customer-focused methodology to integrate professional services within and across the Navy and Marine Corps to institute best practices and realize cost savings. Our approach encapsulates three areas:

Integration DLS’ Program Management Office (PMO) provides organizational structure, standards, software tools, and management processes. The PMO is an integrated environment of our people, processes, procedures, and tools. We use it to manage shared resources, provide best practices and standards, monitor compliance, and provide consistent results for our customers. It provides for corporate oversight while standardizing project management practices for the uniqueness of individual task orders (TO). 

Task Order Management – Our TO process ensures consistent results from TO initiation to closeout, and customer satisfaction across the Navy and Marine Corps. Our TO Management approach is based on the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and consists of the processes and procedures necessary to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and closeout task orders. Our Program and Project Managers apply these processes to govern contract compliance (e.g., contract management, cost accounting, human resources) throughout the program life cycle. Our contract and TO management approach guarantees customers direct access to the support they need, and it supports the DLS team with the best possible resources and capabilities. Our management team collects information from our customers and employees, recommends changes through a review process, and communicates updates. We use a variety of techniques including resource reviews, metrics, customer interviews, and the review and analysis of other quality data to satisfy quality objectives.

Best Practices Each employee is responsible for applying our standards and working with customers to collect, report, and improve our services, and we value innovation and reward our employees for participating and providing innovative solutions that improve our customers’ performance while lowering cost. DLS evaluates existing policies and procedures for managing and directing tasking, and we work closely with the customer to introduce additional communication, project tracking, quality control, and risk management methods as appropriate. High quality services, recruiting and retention practices, innovative strategies, and cost savings are employed to support performance-based contracts.