Contract Number: N00178-10-D-6160
Marstel-Day's Navy SeaPort-e contract is an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract that will provide for service requirements solicited by:
Marstel-Day's SeaPort-e's acquisition covers these zones:
Marstel-Day is a small and Historically Under-utilized Business Zone (HubZone) business that supports SeaPort-e set aside requirements.
|Company Name||DUNS||SeaPort-e Prime
|Marstel-Day, LLC||038090390||Marstel-Day, LLC||2,3,4,6,7||SB, HubZone||
Marstel-Day is a diverse group of thinkers, planners and strategists driven by one common goal: providing our clients with top-quality services and products in a timely and professional fashion. We have demonstrated success in resolving some of the most intractable planning, land use and sustainability problems facing the Federal government through thorough analysis, creative thinking and careful facilitation. Our ability to bring together parties with competing interests and devise a strategy that generates a mutually satisfactory result enables us to resolve difficult conservation challenges of the 21st century.
Point Of Contact:
Phil Huber Partner 540.371.3338 x113 571.338.6218 540.371.3323 email@example.com
Marstel-Day's quality control management program is based on a definition of quality as conformance to requirements, and further, on the premise that client objectives, as well as corporate policies and standard operating procedures, govern those requirements.
Marstel-Day is committed to the philosophy that productivity, profitability, and client satisfaction result from quality achievement, and that optimum quality is best achieved through preventive rather than curative measures. Quality performance requires consensus between Marstel-Day and its client with regard to the requirements of each project and design of project strategies based on those requirements.
Marstel-Day's quality control management program is a cyclical process based on three steps:
Marstel-Day's quality control management program is that the primary responsibility for improving quality in operation, production, data collection, processing and analysis, documentation, and report writing remains with the personnel performing the work, under the guidance of the project leader and, ultimately, the management of the company. All will perform their work in accordance with client requirements, project plans, professional standards, accepted quality practices, and applicable regulations. In the absence of specific guidelines, they will follow best professional, scientific, or technical judgment.
Marstel-Day's quality-assurance program is based upon the applicable guidelines of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and EPA, among others.
Marstel-Day's quality control management program is supported by several key elements:
QA/QC Manager. Mr. Phil Huber, a Marstel-Day partner since 2004, will provide oversight to the quality control management program and Seaport-e project teams throughout the Seaport-e contract life. He is accountable to the company's President and Managing Partner, Ms. Rebecca R. Rubin. Mr. Huber was selected for this role because of his extensive knowledge of program management gained through more than 33 years as an officer and civil servant serving at all echelons of the Army. He is responsible for ensuring that deliverables meet or exceed client expectations, and that all contract provisions are met. In coordination with the PM, the QA/QC manager is responsible for ensuring that corrective measures are developed and implemented, and that any problems that arise are corrected. He has the authority to approve QA/QC and project plans, enforce quality corrective action measures, and approve and disapprove deliverables. He will communicate regularly with the Project Managers to coordinate schedules and interim and final QA/QC reviews on deliverables across the program. As required, he will assemble outside reviewers drawn from beyond the team members if he requires an outside reviewer with specialized expertise. In coordination with the PM, Mr. Huber will ensure that feedback received from the Seaport-e clients is incorporated into final deliverables.