Learn About Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS)
Join Guice Offshore (GO) and mark your calendars for the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) January 2023 “Industry Day” featuring a robust all-day schedule for those seeking to do business with NAVSEA. The schedule includes a strategic overview, program initiatives, avenues of entry, small business opportunities, and other topics relevant to the direction and partnership opportunities with PEO IWS.
The theme for the PEO IWS 2023 Industry Day is “Finding the Best Industry Talent to Solve the Most Complex Problems.”
NAVSEA PEO IWS is inviting new and existing industry partners to learn about opportunities and topics, including:
- Strategic Direction of PEO IWS
- Avenues of Entry
- Opportunities for Nontraditional Business Entrants
- Program Initiatives
- Small Business Opportunities
- One on one sessions with Senior Leadership
Guice Offshore is very honored to support our men and women in uniform and the many other branches of federal government. GO vessels are regularly employed in a variety of military support roles including research and development (R&D), offshore training and drills, logistics and other special projects.
Based in Port Everglades, Florida, Guice Offshore’s multi-purpose vessel GO America, operates in conjunction with our partners Global SubDive to support a large array of government and military projects that often utilize GSD submarines and ROVs (remote operated vehicles). Similarly, Guice Offshore partner Ryan Marine is an expert in the field of unmanned vehicle operation, which allows us to provide turnkey AUV and UUV (autonomous and underwater unmanned vehicle) services to government agencies anywhere in the United States and Caribbean.
NAVSEA has numerous field activities geographically dispersed throughout America that are providing the engineering, scientific, technical and logistical expertise, products and support to the U.S. Navy fleet, Department of Defense, and other customers.
Aegis Technical Representative in Moorestown, New Jersey provides on-site technical oversight of the Aegis Weapon Systems contractor and contributes to all phases of combat system research, development, production, acceptance, delivery, modernization and in-service support.
Commander, Naval Regional Maintenance Center (CNRMC), oversees the operations and management of the Navy’s Regional Maintenance Centers (RMCs) in their execution of surface ship maintenance and modernization. CNRMC leads the RMCs in developing and executing standardized maintenance and modernization processes, instituting common policies, and standardizing training in an effort to sustain a consistent business model across the RMCs and to provide cost-effective readiness to the Navy’s surface ship fleets.
Inactive Ships Management Office (INACTSHIPOFF) in Portsmouth, Virginia, manages the inactivation, storage and preparation for disposal of U.S. Navy non-nuclear ships and manages the maintenance of mobilization ships via Inactive Ship On-site Maintenance Offices. INACTSHIPOFF works with Naval Inventory Control Point and Equipment Item Managers to remove selected equipment from inactive ships for reuse by active Fleet ships and equipment managers. Inactive Ship Maintenance Offices are located at Bremerton, Washington, Philadelphia and Pearl Harbor.
Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU) in Panama City, Florida, tests and evaluates diving, hyperbaric and other life-support systems and procedures. It conducts research and development in biomedical and environmental physiology. The unit also provides technical recommendations to support operational requirements of the nation’s armed forces.
Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity (NOSSA) in Indian Head, Maryland, manages all aspects of the Navy and Marine Corps’ explosives safety program, providing explosives safety and technical oversight from concept to development to production and deployment, to demilitarization, explosives security policy, ordnance environmental matters, insensitive munitions and NAVSEA weapons and ordnance quality evaluation.
Naval Shipyards perform logistic support and work in connection with ship construction, conversion, overhaul, repair, alternation, dry docking, outfitting, manufacturing research, re-development and test work. Under the NAVSEA’s “One Shipyard” concept, the naval shipyards level the workload and mobilize the work force across the yards to best ready the Fleet and stabilize a vital industrial base for our nation’s defense.
NAVSEA’s four shipyards include Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia; Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (IMF) in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine; and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and IMF in Bremerton, Washington.
- Norfolk Naval Shipyard
- Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility
- Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
- Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility
Submarine Maintenance Engineering and Planning and Procurement Office (SUBMEPP) in Portsmouth, New Hampshire provides engineering, planning and material procurement expertise, that directly support the safe and reliable operation of the Navy’s submarines and submersibles.
Supervisors of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair (SUPSHIPS), are co-located with major shipbuilders and are the Navy’s on-site technical, contractual and business authority. They partner with private industry to ensure the highest quality ships are delivered to the fleet.
SUPSHIPS are located at:
Surface Combat Systems Center in Wallops Island, Virginia, tests and support deployed surface combat systems, advanced systems under development, and warfare systems integration, such as, systems planned for deployment aboard DDG 1000, CG(X), CV/CVN, LPD, and other Navy ship programs. The center’s requirements are derived from the OPNAV mission statement and from PEO IWS program objectives to provide a maritime test environment, operational team, and combat systems of high fidelity to conduct realistic test events and the upgrade of tactical computer programs.
Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program (SURFMEPP), located in Portsmouth, Va. provides centralized surface ship life cycle maintenance engineering, class maintenance and modernization planning and management of maintenance strategies aligned with and responsive to national, fleet, surface type commander and NAVSEA needs and priorities.
Warfare Centers – NAVSEA has two warfare centers: Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC). The warfare centers supply the technical operations, people, technology, engineering services and products needed to equip and support the fleet and meet the warfighter’s needs. In addition, the warfare centers are the Navy’s principal research, development, test and evaluation (RDT & E), analysis and assessment activities for ship and submarine platform and machinery technology for surface combat systems, ordnance, mines, and strategic systems products and support.
Surface Warfare Centers
- NSWC Carderock Division
- NSWC Corona Division
- NSWC Crane Division
- NSWC Dahlgren Division
- Dam Neck
- NSWC Indian Head Division
- NSWC Panama City Division
- NSWC Philadelphia Division
- NSWC Port Hueneme Division
Director for Surface Ship Maintenance and Modernization (SEA 21) is the dedicated life cycle management organization for the Navy’s in-service surface ships and is responsible for managing critical modernization, maintenance, training and inactivation programs. SEA 21 provides wholeness to the Fleet by serving as the primary technical interface, ensuring surface ships are modernized with the latest technologies and remain mission relevant throughout each ship’s service life. The organization also maintains inactive ships for future disposal, donation, or transfer, to include follow-on technical support to our partner navies.