Navy SeaPort NxG

Contract Number: N00178-19-D-7283

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Corporate Contacts

Janey Nodeen, President
Phone: 703-941-0600

Mailing Address:
Burke Consortium, Incorporated
5500 Cherokee Avenue, Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22312

Phone: 703-941-0600
Fax: 703-941-0704


Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA) and Information Technology (IT) Support

Burke Consortium has extraordinary expertise in information system development, information assurance, and information technology support for warfare center and headquarters product lines. This functional area consists of providing information system software analysis, requirements definition, design, development, test, modification, installation, implementation, training, and documentation to meet the evolving data storage and reporting needs of programs and management. Analyze existing IT and IS databases, web sites, and IT applications and recommend new or improved interfaces and improved management tools that meet new management requirements, or improve management effectiveness and efficiency. Perform maintenance and technical support for Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) that are outside the cognizance of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI). Modify, implement and maintain web based information systems and links. Develop web-site structure, prepare documentation for population, implement and maintain web site. Provide system engineering and technical support for establishment, test, upgrade, and operational support of systems, networks, work stations, and support equipment hardware and software that are outside the cognizance of NMCI. Conduct 1A analyses, develop, recommend, and implement, monitor, upgrade, and maintain, 1A practices, procedures, equipment, algorithms, and hardware that are outside the cognizance of NMCI


Burke Consortium has more than two decades of experience providing information systems development, information assurance, and information technology services to NAVSEA Headquarters Directorates, affiliated PEOs, and Warfare Centers. We have provided the means to meet the Navy's SEAPOWER 21 Goal for "increased efficiencies and effectiveness" by deploying a number of affordable enterprise solutions for NAVSEA 's core business and technical processes. Our efforts have enabled a number of NAVSEA program offices to reach their objectives of increased efficiency, accuracy, and faster response to the needs of the Fleet through real-time access to technical and business information. Selected projects from our extensive portfolio are featured below:

Information Technology Strategy

Burke Consortium provides information technology planning and strategy services for the submarine community. We translate the mission goals and objectives of submarine community Flag Officers and Senior Executives into the strategic direction for information technology in order to enable their operational objectives. We ensure that enterprise level IT planning and procurement activities directly support the submarine strategic mission. We justify cost effective expenditures and ensure they meet legislative mandates, such as the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996 and the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002. Burke Consortium developed a Submarine Community Corporate Tools Vision and Strategy that mapped products and services to business needs and outlined strategies to leverage existing IT investments to centralize and standardize a toolset that addresses and automates core business and technical processes and standards to benefit the entire submarine community including NAVSEA 07, PEO Submarines, Undersea Warfare Centers, OPNAV N77 and NAVSEA 08. Team Submarine is currently implementing the core tenets of this document. This has resulted in improved efficiencies in information exchange, application interoperability and cost reductions by eliminating redundant, stove piped, time consuming, labor intensive applications and processes that distract the workforce from vital mission critical work. Each application we develop for Team Submarine is specifically designed to interoperate with other related existing systems. For example, the eTasker action item tracking system shares information with the CDMS such that any task related documents are stored in the document management system, yet are accessible through the electronic tasking system. Similarly, the electronic serialized document log (Serial Log File) modularly integrates directly into the NAVSEA corporate intranet using web services and like eTasker, links to copies of the actual serialized documents in CDMS. This architecture reduces development time by not having to add duplicative functionality such as the document upload, storage and management capabilities of CDMS into task tracking or serialization, and clearly demonstrates the value of leveraging off of the strengths of existing NAVSEAsystems. We also used Task Force Web compliant web services to ensure system and platform independence of these applications. This provides pre-established interoperability and functionality for existing Submarine Community Enterprise systems with global Navy Enterprise systems that are on the horizon following NMCI deployment.

Information Assurance

Burke Consortium provides IA certification and accreditation services for Team Submarine (NAVSEA 07 and PEO Submarines) non-tactical information systems, including the Contractor Integrated Technical Information Service (CITIS) used by submarine builders and Warfare Centers. We develop system security authorization agreements, develop IA procedures and conduct risk assessments. We develop IA CT&E plans, conduct CT&E testing and advise the DAA regarding accreditation. We developed an overarching IA strategy and approach for all submarine programs. This approach combines the Submarine Warfare Federated Technology Systems (SWFTS) IA process used for certification testing on secure components and systems with the process for non-tactical systems in accordance with the DITSCAP. This has enabled the submarine community to have a common, disciplined, and effective IA strategy for both tactical and non-tactical information systems. We provide advice and recommendations regarding IA implementation strategies including the use of permissions and roles and implementation of administrative processes that ensure the control, confidentiality, integrity and availability of submarine information and information systems.

Enterprise Information Technology Architecture

Burke Consortium developed the NAVSEA -wide Enterprise Architecture (EA) Information Technology Framework for the NAVSEA CIO . We performed a detailed requirements definition in concert with the NAVSEA Deputy CIO for Enterprise Infrastructure and Architecture, NAVSEA Business Information Executives (BIEs), and Business Information Managers (BIMs), including those from the Warfare Centers. We worked with the BIEs and BIMs to gather data regarding existing applications, databases, websites, and information technology systems. We analyzed this comprehensive information and developed an "As-Is" operational view of the information architecture for the NAVSEA enterprise. This view included a set of 67 drawings that depicted the information flows between each Program Office, PEO, Warfare Center and field activity as well as the activities performed by the organizational nodes in support of NAVSEA 's mission.

We defined the vision and operational concept for NAVSEA 's Information Management Forums (IMFs) chaired by the NAVSEA CIO . These quarterly meetings enabled business experts from the Warfare Centers, Directorates, and PEOs, to discuss new ways to integrate IT solutions into NAVSEA business processes to meet new management requirements and improve operational effectiveness and efficiency and ensure important factors were reflected in the NAVSEA EA Framework. At the direction of the IMF, Burke Consortium developed and automated the NAVSEA Information Management Approval Process (IMAP), the model for the current Navy Functional Area Manager (FAM) process, to enable NAVSEA to better leverage available technologies and effectively allocate limited resources. This process provided the Warfare Centers with better visibility into existing corporate systems and encouraged sharing of IT resources to reduce redundancy. We provided technical management support to individuals in the IMAP workflow process including enhancement design, requirements planning, implementation, modification and user training.

Upon NAVSEA 's acceptance of the "As-Is" environment, we developed the CIO 's high-level systems view of the "To-Be", web-enabled, internet-based NAVSEA enterprise architecture. We created Technical Standards and Guidelines that provided a set of rules to guide system implementation and operation, consistent with DON CIO technical architecture and standards, and described how the standards should be employed. This architecture projected NAVSEA 's requirements into the future, factoring in the architectural impact of NMCI on legacy applications and included forthcoming demands from programs of record such as SEAPOWER 21, IT-21, Base Level of Information Infrastructure (BLII), Task Force Web, FORCEnet and public key infrastructure (PKI). The NAVSEA EA Framework was adapted from the DoD C4ISR Architecture Framework and factored in concepts that influenced the Navy EA Framework. We also developed an architecture migration plan that provided a roadmap for transition of Headquarters systems to NMCI and identified interfaces between NMCI and legacy systems.

Enterprise Intranets

For the NAVSEA CIO we analyzed the collection of disparate websites that made up the oldNAVSEA headquarters intranet, performed usability assessments, identified and analyzed existing data and databases, and organized and facilitated a government/contractor NAVSEAWeb Strategy Team to define requirements. We designed a concept, developed, tested and deployed a new intranet. We interviewed NAVSEA executives and employees and identified their needs, and defined and documented their requirements. We developed recommendations for improved interfaces, performed cost analyses and designed an improved information architecture that accommodates Warfare Centers and field activities in addition to NAVSEA headquarters and affiliated PEOs. We developed a project plan that optimized cost, schedule, and functionality and provided recommendations to the CIOregarding the scope of the project. The CIO and Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command (COM NAVSEA ) concurred with our recommendations. We then designed and developed a comprehensive NAVSEA intranet architecture that interfaces with NMCI, integrates the business processes and applications common to all program offices throughout NAVSEA , and features collaboration capabilities to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. Leveraging our existing internationally recognized, award winning web development body of work and using our disciplined software development process, we designed, developed, tested, installed and deployed a world-class corporate intranet forNAVSEA headquarters. We developed and implemented a rollout strategy to generate awareness and excitement and assisted COM NAVSEA in launching the site at a launch event party. We developed system and user documentation and quick reference guides forNAVSEA employees. We developed, recommended and implemented IA procedures, conducted a risk assessment, developed a CT&E plan, conducted the CT&E test, and took all steps to obtain accreditation by the DAA prior to launch. Because this intranet is outside the cognizance of NMCI, we provide system operational support for the intranet by performing system maintenance and IA updates and providing assistance to users. Although currently deployed only at NAVSEA headquarters, per COM NAVSEA direction this intranet was designed to accommodate Warfare Centers and field activities as part of the NAVSEAcorporate alignment. COM NAVSEA has stated his intention to deploy this capability at Warfare Centers and field activities once firewall incompatibility issues are resolved with NMCI.

NAVSEA Public Internet Site

Burke Consortium developed the NAVSEA public Internet site in collaboration with theNAVSEA CIO , the NAVSEA Public Affairs Officer (PAO), and COM NAVSEA . We performed an in-depth study of the existing public websites of all NAVSEA program offices, PEOs, Warfare Centers and field activities and developed an overarching public site architecture. Based on our experience and knowledge we made numerous recommendations for improvement in content, ease of use, design, and Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act compliance in concert with COM NAVSEA 's outreach and branding objectives. In conjunction with the PAO, we identified the business needs and analyzed and defined requirements. We produced multiple visual and web architectural design conceptual options for COM NAVSEA review and approval. Upon approval by COM NAVSEA , we rapidly developed, tested and installed a prototype that demonstrated features and capabilities and tested the prototype with NAVSEA executives and working level personnel. We made modifications based on testing and user feedback, developed documentation, a rollout approach, and completed security accreditation documents. We performed IA certification testing and evaluation, obtained accreditation from the NAVSEA DAA, and installed the system at NAVSEA . We designed and constructed the site to allow the NAVSEA PAO to write, monitor, review, approve, and post documents and other content without requiring any contractor support. This eliminated the previous webmaster bottleneck and increased the effectiveness, efficiency and timeliness of placing new content on the website. The site takes a holistic design approach to the NAVSEA enterprise and seamlessly incorporates information and links from all NAVSEA Commands including the Warfare Centers located in all zones listed in this solicitation. Eagle One Publishing selected this site for an "Eagle One" Award, which was received by COM NAVSEA . It has become the de facto standard for architecture and visual design for NAVSEA 's public Internet presence. We have converted numerous standalone sites into this framework including the Joint Industry-Navy Improvements Initiative (JINII) website, the NAVSEA Jobs website, the Navy Ship Donation Division website, the NAVSEA Comptroller ( NAVSEA 01) website, the Environmental Protection, Occupational Safety and Health Office ( NAVSEA 04R) website, the Cost Analysis and Industrial Analysis Division ( NAVSEA 017) website, the NAVSEA Test & Evaluation ( NAVSEA 53T) website, the NAVSEA Specs & Standards Executive Program website, the NAVSEA Watertight Closures Process Improvement Team website, the Surface Warfare Magazine website, NAVSEA Corporate HQ Ride Share Program website, and the Shipboard Electromagnetic Compatibility Program (SEMCIP). In addition, we also separately maintain the Incentivized Shipboard Energy Conservation Program website, the Ship Availability Database website, the Office of the Director of Ocean Engineering, Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV) website, the Financial Management Policy and Procedures Office website, the NAVSEA Freedom of Information Program website, the Auxiliary Dry Cargo Ship website, the Association of Scientist and Engineers website, the Submarine Safety (SUBSAFE) training website, and the PMS306 Logistics Management Office website.

Document, Records and Knowledge Management

Burke Consortium is a premier integrator of document, records, and knowledge management solutions. We design, deploy and maintain mission-critical document, records, and knowledge management solutions that support all the Product Areas of NAVSEA . For the NAVSEA Command Information Officer (CIO), we assisted in the review, analyses, and selection of a technology solution suite to provide secure and collaborative document, records, and knowledge management capabilities for NAVSEA headquarters. We performed usability studies and analyses on various information systems software options, reviewed information assurance architectures, and identified the risks and vulnerabilities for each. Based on our experience and research of best practices from government and industry, we proposed a solution to NAVSEA and PEO executives to develop and implement a web-based Corporate Document Management System (CDMS). We led and managed all aspects of the implementation of CDMS throughout NAVSEA . We performed all system development life cycle phases, including requirements definition, design, development, testing, modification, installation, implementation, quality assurance, user and system administrator training, documentation, data conversions, and legacy data migration, that took the system from concept to reality. We developed an architecture framework and converted more than 100,000 documents from eight separate Headquarters legacy document management systems to CDMS and migrated NSWC Port Hueneme's and NSWC Dahlgren's document management systems. We now provide maintenance and technical support including system administration, operation support, user assistance and training since CDMS is outside the cognizance of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI). This includes upgrading the operating environments and applications in the cluster of web servers. We have developed tools to make management efforts more effective and efficient in performing system administration and operational duties. CDMS has become a mission-essential system to the Product Areas due to its success in increasing NAVSEA 's collaboration effectiveness and its use as a repository of documents and knowledge supporting the technical, financial and business functions of NAVSEA , including funding, design, acquisition, construction, and fleet readiness-related documents and processes. Because of the mission-essential stature and the high volume of sensitive information that was migrated into CDMS, Burke Consortium identified potential security vulnerabilities and performed information system security reviews in accordance with the requirements of the Department of Defense Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP). We assessed the operational environment, identified and evaluated options, and recommended solutions to ensure the quality and security of the data in CDMS. Upon acceptance of our recommendations by NAVSEA , we developed a security plan for the System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA) that provides processes and procedures to minimize risk, ensure system security, and ensure the system has the continued capability to accommodate documents of varying levels of data classification and users of varying levels of clearance. Following review and approval of our recommendations by NAVSEA , we implemented security processes and procedures that permitted controlled handling and storage of documents while minimizing the risk of inadvertent access and disclosure. As a result, NAVSEA avoided hundreds of thousands of dollars in maintenance, licensing, training, and user assistance fees by eliminating systems with redundant functionality. For hard copy legacy files, we oversaw scanning and conversion, and performed quality assurance of more than a million pages of paper files and drawings to digital form and imported the electronic versions into CDMS. CDMS currently has more than 10,000 users and contains 1.7 million vital documents. It is considered mission-essential by many NAVSEA headquarters and PEO organizations.

  • As a result of our performance, the NAVSEA CIO received two awards "Best Collaborative Solution" and "Best Document & Content Management Solution" from Open Text Corporation in 2002.

Migration of Legacy Document Management Systems

Burke Consortium is a leader in the document and knowledge management industry. We have performed requirements definition, designed, developed, tested, modified, installed, implemented, assured quality, documented and conducted training of document and knowledge management systems using best in class software, Livelink. We have assisted many government clients with migrating old and outdated document management systems, including NAVSEA Headquarters, NSWC Port Hueneme and NSWC Dahlgren, resulting in significant reductions in recurring costs and lowering the total cost of ownership. We have also recommended new tools and prepared documentation for population into systems. Based on our expertise in migrating legacy document management systems, Open Text invited Burke Consortium to present best practices and procedures at the annual Livelink User conference. Our process for migrating a client's legacy document management system to a Livelink-based system includes analyzing the 'As-Is' and the 'To-Be' systems with the client. We define requirements, develop the methodology to migrate the data, certify the methodology through full-scale testing, address information assurance requirements per the SSAA, perform the migration to the production system, validate results with the client using a quality assurance plan, train users, and provide ongoing technical and user assistance. For NSWC Port Hueneme and NSWC Dahlgren we developed the migration methodology from one application environment to another to ensure all data, metadata, and user information transferred cleanly and properly and to ensure readiness of the production system to accept the increased data storage and user network activity. We designed the information, permission, and community models to meet Warfare Center requirements and successfully migrated the data and user accounts.

Electronic Technical Libraries

Burke Consortium has a wealth of knowledge and experience performing IS development, IA, and IT support for the Navy Fleets and major shore facilities, including the Ships and Ships Systems and Undersea Fleet Material Readiness Product Area. In direct support of SEA POWER 21's information superiority goal, Burke Consortium personnel provided significant contributions to NAVSEA 's concept of the 'paperless ship' by directly supporting and influencing the requirements definition, design, development, testing, modification, installation, implementation, quality assurance, security accreditation, training, and documentation of the Advanced Technical Information Support (ATIS) system. This system is a comprehensive integrated document management solution that transitions the afloat and shore-based paper library of operating instructions, technical manuals, installation procedures and engineering drawings necessary for safe and reliable ship operations to an electronic-based library instantly accessible via the IT-21 network infrastructure. In addition to enabling more effective and efficient access to information, the space and weight saved by eliminating paper aboard ship is significant. This paradigm shift in storage and retrieval of technical data was conceived by NAVSEA and Burke Consortium personnel in 1985 and is a reality today. Burke Consortium identifies requirements through interviews with end-users to assess and incorporate their needs, and provides structured end-user and system administrator training. We perform on-site visits and engage in frequent communications to gauge acceptance to modifications and enhancements, and develop change proposals to system design, implementation, training methods, and improved interfaces. From our experience and direct interaction with shore personnel and fleet sailors, we designed, developed and deployed a suite of software utilities to assist in performing operational maintenance. We provide on-site systems engineering and technical support to the Fleet for initial installation, perform network, workstation, and application upgrades, provide system administrator and user training, and perform troubleshooting. We perform all aspects of program management and information systems and technology integration including functional analysis and requirements definition, shipboard network design, software and application integration, prototyping, acceptance testing, system and technology demonstrations, installation, preparation of system documentation, training, and design and implementation of enhancements. We perform quality assurance services and serve asNAVSEA 's on-site representative during major installations, coordinating the individual and collective efforts of hardware and software installers from NAVSEA and other government organizations including the Space and Naval Warfare Command (SPAWAR); Fleet Technical Support Centers, Atlantic and Pacific (FTSCLANT and FTSCPAC); and various Supervisors of Shipbuilding (SUPSHIPs).

Web-based Action Item Tracking Tool

For the Program Executive Officer for Submarines, Burke Consortium reengineered the action assignment and tracking processes used for all submarine programs. We analyzed existing databases, applications and websites and developed a web-based action item tacking tool, eTasker. This tool has improved management effectiveness and efficiency, drastically reduced response time, ensures that responsibility, accountability and authority are properly assigned to specific individuals, and gives executives insight regarding the status of critical events in submarine program plans of action and milestones. This application complies with the Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This web-based application eliminated more than 50 similar program office-specific unique applications and their attendant maintenance and support requirements resulting in annual cost avoidance of more than $150K. eTasker integrates with NMCI and is currently used by personnel Zones 1 and 2 in their support of Team Submarine and PEO Littoral Mine Warfare. We developed eTasker to use Task Force Web-compliant web services. As a result, it interacts with other enterprise systems currently in use at NAVSEA headquarters. Burke Consortium also maintains the network and server hardware for eTasker, as it is outside the cognizance of NMCI. Burke Consortium also developed system and user documentation, quick reference guides and the disaster recovery plan. We performed all IA functions and developed the System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA), the information assurance Certification Test and Evaluation (CT&E) Plan, conducted the CT&E, conducted a risk assessment based on test results, drafted a recommendation to the Designated Approval Authority (DAA), and took all necessary steps to ensure the system was accredited by the DAA prior to launching the website. We continue to support Team Submarine by providing training and helpdesk services for users, migrate data from additional legacy applications, create software modifications and enhancements, and ensure the security, integrity, and 24/7 availability of the server hardware and network infrastructure.

Based on work performed for PEO Submarines, Burke Consortium implemented a web-based task management system for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport Division, Autonomous Undersea Vehicles Division, Code 822. This system was implemented using eTasker, a web-based tasking and tracking system used by PEO Submarines and NAVSEAHeadquarters code. eTasker enables Code 822 and their PEO Littoral and Mine Warfare sponsors to centralize and share information in a single web-based application, eliminating multiple stand-alone databases and spreadsheets. We identified and analyzed existing data, gathered requirements, and created a collaborative tasking workspace that mirrors Code 822's business model.

Defense Messaging System Rollout

Burke Consortium developed a Defense Message System (DMS) Rollout Tracking system for the NAVSEA CIO . This system is specifically designed to improve management effectiveness and efficiency by automating the onerous task of manually verifying the receipt and implementation of DMS version 3.0 by all NAVSEA Warfare Centers and Field Activities. The system allows claimants to enter the status of upgrades into a web-based business process and provides an executive level dashboard view of the status of all NAVSEA claimant upgrades of DMS. The system provides global (roll-up) views and allows management to drill down to individual component organizations and see exactly where they are in the DMS rollout process. Organizations that are delinquent in deploying DMS 3.0 can be quickly identified for contact and support by the NAVSEA DMS rollout team lead. Burke Consortium worked closely with NAVSEA to analyze the business process and define requirements. We produced multiple visual and architectural design concepts for government review and approval. Upon approval by the government, we developed a prototype for user testing, made modifications to produce a final product, developed user and system documentation and installed the application. We provide ongoing technical support and monitoring to assure the system operates within performance and quality specifications, and perform training when needed. We provide recommendations for improvements in the interface, database design and performance as needed, and analyze emerging technologies that may improve the system prior to the next version release of DMS. Because it is outside the cognizance of NMCI, Burke Consortium provides systems engineering and technical support for the establishment, testing, upgrading, and operational support of DMS.

Livelink Software and Maintenance

Burke Consortium and our business partner, Open Text Corporation, provide maintenance, enhancement and fixes for Livelink software used by the Warfare Centers. This includes upgrades to the latest version of all supported products and online access to the Knowledge Center Extranet. We answer technical questions received by telephone and email and process enhancement requests. We represent the Warfare Center requirements necessary to support integration with NMCI, Task Force Web, and public key enablement (PKE), and assist the software vendor in developing product evolution strategy to meet the Warfare Center needs.

Quality Assurance

We earn the confidence of our clients through our obsession with quality. Quality is a core value of our company, defined as: We are committed to excellence. We deliver products and services to clients that are correct, accurate, and complete the first time and every time. We build quality into each product from the beginning using our International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9000:2000 level quality management methods combined with our Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model (SEI CMM) Level III development processes, procedures and checklists. As part of our quality review processes, the Burke Consortium Chief Operating Officer (COO) along with the design, development and testing teams, review and certify all software products prior to product delivery and launch. Development and certification processes, modeled after those used for nuclear submarines and recently transferred to NASA's space shuttle program, have been instrumental in ensuring that none of the products we developed have ever experienced an operational failure. We capture and apply lessons learned and best practices to ensure that each new software product developed is successively better than the last.

Performance Contacts

David Jordan
Activity Command Information Officer, Team Submarine
Phone: 202-781-1178

Robin Dellinger
Corporate Operations, Team Submarine

Charles Denton
Business/Financial Manager and Congressional/Public Affairs, Team Submarine

Team Members

CACI Enterprise Solutions, Inc.


  • Systems Integration
  • Managed Network Solutions
  • Information Assurance
  • Engineering and Logistics
  • Knowledge Management


Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen is providing IT consolidation and management services to the Assistant Undersecretary of the Navy (AAUSN), Office of Process Technology and Information (OPTI). Some of the services provided include:

  • Application Development and Integration
  • Server Administration and Consolidation
  • Server Certification and Accreditation
  • Contract Transition
  • NMCI Application Certification and Testing
  • Dual Desktop Reduction
  • IT Portfolio Management


IBM Business Consulting Services

IBM is a Gartner top quadrant and information technology (IT) services company with extensive experience and capabilities directly and highly relevant to Navy IT, Information Assurance (IA) and project management. We provide the Navy with:

  • Unmatched ability to support the NAVSEA OOI office developing an administering an information assurance program
  • Server Administration and Consolidation
  • Extensive abilities in network analysis and data administration
  • The necessary resources and infrastructure to achieve performance, schedule, and cost goals.

Website: IBM Seaport Page

Predicate Logic, Inc.

Predicate Logic provides program management/acquisition, technical and network engineering support and training services to CNO N6 and N77, NAVSEA, SPAWAR, PEO C4I (PMW 770), submarines and submarine force shore sites. Specific systems include all associated C4I systems in VLF, LF, HF, UHF, EHF and SHF spectrums as well as associated ashore and afloat IP networks and landline connectivity.