Seaport-E Contacts

Contracts/Customer Satisfaction:

Laura Walkup

Threat Tec, LLC
34 Research Drive
Hampton, VA 23666


SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. The Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, Military Sealift Command, and the United States Marine Corps compete their service requirements amongst 2400+ SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award contract holders. The SeaPort-e portal provides a standardized, efficient means of soliciting offers from amongst the diverse population of large and small businesses and their approved team members. All task orders are competitively solicited, awarded and managed using the SeaPort-e platform. Since nearly 85% of its contract–holders are small businesses, the SeaPort-e approach to acquiring services provides opportunity that fuels the Nation’s engine of job growth.


Threat Tec is a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) with a reputation built on developing training and learning solutions for U.S. Department of Defense and commercial clients. Founded in 2012, Threat Tec has grown to become an industry leader in the design and delivery of Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) simulation training and training support by providing professional role players, threat emulation and Subject Matter Experts (SME). Our industry-proven processes result in the delivery of training products that not only meet the Terminal and Enabling Learning Objectives, but also meet the broader design requirements of efficiency, scalability, and sustainability while incorporating the client’s learning outcomes.

Our intellectual capital resides in our employees’ expertise, derived from careers within the U.S. and allied nation militaries, federal agencies, and the private sector and extensive training and education backgrounds. Past experience ranges from positions as Armor and Infantry brigade and battalion commanders, Marine Corps brigade and battalion commanders, Special Forces Team Leaders, U.S. Army Rangers, Military Police, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) field agents, local police, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) school-house instructors and evaluators, U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) instructors and evaluators, One Semi- Automated Forces (OneSAF) simulator certified personnel, and cultural anthropologists from distinguished universities. Enabled by corporate and employee expertise and aided by technology, Threat Tec’s strategy is to implement innovative training solutions that focus on the client’s needs and save lives in future operations, by providing the most realistic training environment possible. Client risks are mitigated by the selection of a company with a reputation for being 100% on time and within budget while exceeding expectations.


By providing efficient and effective support services we will be able to help the U.S. Navy, and more specifically the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), meet their Seapower 21 objectives.


Threat Tec and our carefully selected and vetted group of team members (together, Team Threat Tec) bring the knowledge and experience necessary to deliver innovative, professional, and flexible services. Our team has significant experience working together in both prime and subcontractor roles and has translatable experience across the DoD spectrum (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, national intelligence services, and defense agencies).

Threat Tec Team Experience and Capabilities


Threat Tec employs a well-developed, thorough Quality Control Program (QCP) based on ISO quality management principles, ensuring we maintain a high level of quality services and repeatable desired results through the application of extensive checklists, inspections, surveys, and reviews by the IDIQ PM and corporate staff personnel.

Threat Tec will establish a Quality Control Implementation Plan (QCIP) tailored to the requirements of the TO. The QCIP will contain all required checklists, inspection types, surveys, and reviews applied either daily or periodically, as directed in the contract. The IDIQ PM and TL will use checklists to verify employees are performing the tasks to which they are assigned. Threat Tec uses checklists for each supervisory level to apply in the course of their daily routines. Each supervisory level is checked and verified by his/her reporting supervisor.


Threat Tec fully understands the importance of quality and, through our QCIP, we will ensure that our Subcontractors deliver the same level of quality as our own employees. Our QCIP is tailored to meet the specific requirements as defined by the TO. Our IDIQ PM and TL will request to discuss the QCIP with the KO and COR to ensure the QCIP meets government requirements and to validate our understanding of the government’s definition of quality. The primary components of our QCIP include:

  1. Identification of Customer Performance Requirements and Quality Assurance (QA);
  2. Customer Requirements Planning;
  3. Customer Feedback and Complaints;
  4. Corrective Action and Follow-up;
  5. Inspections, Audits, Nonconformities, and Corrective Action Documentation; and
  6. Analysis of Inspection/Nonconformities and Preventative Actions.

Our QCIP details the inspection methods we employ and how we document and report performance. The plan is based on the deliverable items and performance metrics specified in each TO. While the TO reflects the expected performance for the most important tasks and deliverable items, Threat Tec expands the stated performance requirements to meet all possible work performed.