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Seaport-NxG Contract N00178-19-D-8013

In 2018, Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. (LCE) was awarded contract N00178-19-D-8013 to support the entire NAVSEA enterprise and most U.S. Navy commands. This Multiple Award Contract is a five-year base period of performance with one five-year award option; the first of which was executed in 2019. The LCE team is made up of over 90 companies with a wide range of specialty skills and experience, and includes over 40 small businesses representing every socio-economic classification recognized by the Department of Defense. The make-up of this team and links to individual company web sites is available in the Team Members section of this website.

Team LCE has demonstrated verifiable and recent experience supporting many different Navy, Marine Corps, and other non-Navy DoD activities from eschlon1 to echelon 4 commands. These include nearly every Warfare Center, NAVSEA, SPAWAR, NAVAIR, all four Type Commanders, public and private shipyards, and DLA. Recent tasking ranges from small, single man, on-site efforts, to large multi-million dollar projects that encompass “cradle to grave” support for specific HM&E and combat systems and equipment. Our capabilities also include support for acquisition program management, cyber security, training, material obsolescence, commonality, industrial planning and estimating, and financial management. Within the past three years, LCE and its team members have completed well over 1,000 separate task orders under numerous delivery orders. This work has included Research and Development projects, waterfront installations, software development and implementation, shipboard and shore side training, warehousing, program management, ILS support, engineering and design, inactive ship maintenance, human factors engineering, combat systems development and in-service support, weapons launching and handling systems, as well as many other types of Department of the Navy contract support. Platforms supported have included all U.S. Navy ships, all MSC ships, and numerous USCG afloat assets.