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August 2018
Falconwood, Inc. has been awarded a one (1) Base year contract with (4) one (1) year option periods in support of the U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF). Falconwood, Inc. will provide support services for the management and processing of Assessment and Authorization (A&A) of systems and applications used and operated by USFF Communications and Information Systems Division (N6) and various Echelon III commands. Support task include but not limited to the processing, planning, execution and management of A&A packages within the Risk Management Framework (RMF) system.

March 2018
Falconwood, Inc. was authorized to restart work on a one (1) Base year contract with (4) one (1) year option periods in support of the Department of the Navy (DON) Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) for professional and technical Engineering and Logistics (E&L) support services for the SPAWAR Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) and its associated Program Management Offices (PMOs), including the Naval Enterprise Network (NEN) (Program Manager - Warfare (PMW) 205), Navy Enterprise Business Solutions (NAVEBS) (PMW-220), Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) (PMW- 9 230), the Sea Warrior Program (SWP) (PMW-240), DON Enterprise Software Licensing (ESL) 10 (PMM-110), Data Center and Application Optimization, and Security Cooperation Enterprise 11 Solutions (SCES) Programs.

Nov 2016
We are happy to announce that our Falconwood, Inc. Norfolk team has moved to a new office space. Please use the following address starting November 1, 2016:

5800 Lake Wright Drive
Suite 201
Norfolk, VA 23502
Norfolk Falconwood Office Building

Jul 2016
As of July 19, 2016, Falconwood, Inc. has been certified to the ISO 9001:2015 without Design standard. We are delighted to serve our customers even better through the well-defined and documented procedures this certification requires. While we’ve always been committed to quality in our products and services, this certification ensures a more productive environment through faster identification and resolution of quality issues, among many other benefits. We partnered with Smithers Quality Assessments, an accredited quality and environmental management systems certification body, to achieve our certification.
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SeaPort-e MAC
Engineering, Technical, and Services

Contract Number: N00178-05-D-4323 EHP1
Client: Naval Sea Command DCIO-IA (NAVSEA –00I)
Partners: Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH)(Sub)

Contract Period of Performance: 16 December 2013 – 15 December 2014 (Plus two Option years)
Prime Contract Point(s) of Contact: Darrell Datte
(619)297-9080 x 105

SeaPort Program Point(s) of Contact: Darrell Datte
(619)297-9080 x 105

EHP1 Modifications

Description of Contract:
Information Assurance / Certification and Accreditation

Falconwood Quality Assurance Program

Contract Number: N00178-05-D-4323 NS03
Statement of Work: NS03 SOW
Contract Period of Performance:

Prime Contract Point(s) of Contact: Darrell Datte
(619)297-9080 x 105

SeaPort Program Point(s) of Contact: Darrell Datte
(619)297-9080 x 105

NS03 Contract & Modifications

Description of Contract:
Falconwood, Inc. was awarded a Five (5) year contract in support of the Program Manager (PM) for Naval Enterprise Networks (NEN) Program Office (PMW-205). PMW-205 is tasked with acquiring Programmatic, Technical, and Engineering services in support of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) Continuity of Services Contract (CoSC) and the transition to the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN). Falconwood will support PMW-205 in providing all the Information Technology (IT) services provided by the NMCI CoSC contract and the transition of the services provided under NMCI CoSC to the services that will be delivered under NGEN at Initial Transition Capability (ITC), and in planning for long term support and new requirements planning in support of Full Transition Capability (FTC) and beyond.

Falconwood Quality Assurance Program

About SeaPort-e

SeaPort-e is a indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity multiple award contract for support services for all phases of weapon systems acquisition and life-cycle support including Research & Development Support, Prototyping, Acquisition Logistics, Modeling, Test & Evaluation Trials, and Engineering Support for the Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Air Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Strategic Systems Programs, and the United States Marine Corps. All NAVSEA enterprise contracting officers are ordering officers.


Falconwood Team Members:

Falconwood, Inc.

Falconwood, Inc. provides Program Management and Acquisition support to the PM NMCI program Office, Service Delivery (SD) and Life Cycle Support Management (LCSM) Integrated Product Teams to ensure smooth transition of computers and servers to the Navy Marine Corps Intranet. Additionally, Falconwood, Inc. provides enterprise strategic planning and requirements analysis for Legacy Applications, and support migration of the enterprise legacy applications/networks to the Navy/Marine Corps CONUS environment both on the existing operating system and in support of Tech Insertion/Tech Refresh and a verity of special programs. Falconwood provides SME support to these IPT leads to include brief development, metric capturing and monitoring, risk assessment, and NGEN requirement development. Falconwood staff performs comprehensive evaluations of technical and functional requirements to ensure compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) and Navy network requirements. Falconwood provides technology project plans and implementation strategies for Information Technology initiatives as directed by the Department of Navy Enterprise. Falconwood has over 9 years experience with NMCI conducting requirements development, analyzing requirements, evaluating network architecture and developing Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) to ensure the POR met the baseline network requirements.

Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton provides support to the Marine Corps’ application and system portfolio. They managed a portfolio of over 1700 applications/system that encompass 19 functional areas. Their responsibilities include capturing all application/system data within the Department of Navy’s Application and Database Management System and performing analysis to rationalize systems and to track performance of the portfolio. The effort included full life-cycle investment management of over 600 Enterprise Services (common) IT applications and systems as well as providing guidance and oversight for the remaining 19 other functional areas. Activities supporting the effort included, but were not limited to, providing detailed analysis, control, and evaluation of applications and systems; identification of IT capability gaps; validation of new and existing requirements; development and coordination of the IT applications and systems strategy; development of performance metrics for compliance with laws, policy, and regulations; and recommended actions or development of policy to direct and guide management of IT investments throughout the USMC enterprise. Booz Allen Hamilton provided strategic, technical, and administrative support to Headquarters Marine Corps, Director C4 (USMC CIO) during the initial inception of DKO in 2006.

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

The SAIC Team supported the PM NMCI in the rollout of NMCI at Navy and Marine Corps sites, and provided support to the Service Delivery IPT, Lifecycle Supportability and Management IPT, Test and Evaluation VP, PCO and PAO and Service Delivery IA team to provide a continuous, objective and thorough assessment of NMCI transition performance to improve the DoN enterprise schedule adherence, risk forecasting and mitigation through uniform application of the Execution Discipline (ED) policy in support of NMCI seat deployment completion within project and program timelines. Additionally the SAIC Team assisted the GNOC Det. OIC, Executive Officer, and Operations Manager with network security engineering in providing global oversight and coordination in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of information security-related network serv¬ices (firewalls, virus protection, intrusion de¬tection, incident reporting, vulnerability assessment, contingency plans, disaster recovery, and countermeasures).

MBK Consultants, Inc

MBK Consultants, Inc. supported multiple disciplines and IT Systems engineering elements including Network and SLA Performance Monitoring and Management including comprehensive Capacity planning; Requirements, design and implementation of Enterprise IT Support Management Systems (EITSMS); Desktop Operating System Design and Engineering; Evolution and implementation of next generation Navy Messaging, Enterprise Management Systems; Application and network performance characterization; Wide Area Network provisioning, planning and assessment; External Networks Integration, Testing and Transition; Requirements definition and Engineering of Boundary 3 Community of Interest; Management and oversight of the NMCI ECCB; Information Assurance Performance Baseline (IAPB) requirements generation and monitoring.


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The Rohrbach Group is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Business providing IT Program Management, IT Engineering services, IT Architecture and Certification and Accreditation Services.