SeaPort-e Task Orders

Hrzn logo shadow c 48P-2As both a prime and a sub contractor, MELE Associates has many years of experience on a range of Navy projects such as Navy Coastal Warfare, NAVSUP, Navy Marine Corps Intranet, and our ongoing work for the Naval Logistics Library.

An Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services during a fixed period of time. The Government places delivery orders (for supplies) or task orders (for services) against a basic contract for individual requirements. Minimum and maximum quantity limits are specified in the basic contract as either number of units (for supplies) or as dollar values (for services).


The SeaPort-e contract vehicle enables any Navy group including NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, NAVSUP, the Office of Naval Research, and the United States Marine Corp to go through its normal contracting office channels to post a task order on SeaPort-e instead of a much more time and labor intensive process of producing an entire RFP.

SeaPort contracts have a five-year base contract period with two five-year option periods. The period of performance of a task order awarded under the SeaPort-e Multiple Award IDIQ contracts may not exceed 5 years, including all options and award terms.

As MELE Associates begins its work on this recently won contract vehicle, any and all Task Orders awarded will be shown in their entirety here.  We look forward to posting active Task Orders as soon as possible.

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