Mobomo, LLC is honored to be awarded the SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort NxG) contract with the Department of the Navy. The Department of the Navy was looking for a contractor that could provide services in two key areas that incorporated 23 sub-categories. Mobomo bid under both of the two key categories presented which were Engineering Services and Program Management Services.
There were two main factors that led to our success with this contract. First, we have a team of award-winning experts that have expansive experience inboth service categories. Secondly, we have previously developed a mobile app for the Navy Office of Information as well as developed a new web portalfor the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command. Between the overall services we have offered and our strong performance on these two past contracts, we were able to secure the Seaport NxG contract.
This contract is a huge opportunity for our company as the task orders that will be issued could span across the following departments: the Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Systems Command, Office of Naval Research, Naval Air Systems Command, Strategic Systems Programs, or the United States Marine Corps.
Mobomo, LLC is a premier mobile, web, and cloud application development company that has extensive experience in creating award-winning, agile, human-centered design, and providing DevSecOps capabilities.Mobomo has helped revolutionize the digital federal landscape through our innovative designs of high performing websites and applications that are engineered to fit the needs of government agencies.
About Department of the Navy:
The U.S. Department of the Navy (DON) is one of the three military departments within the Department of Defense. Their overall mission is to protect America at sea. Under the Department of the Navy, there are many sub-departments that all support and contribute to this overarching goal. To defend American interests, the U.S. Navy must be prepared to execute at all times, as directed by Congress and the President.