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Cydecor provides exceptional services to clients through four solution areas. In our Consulting practice, we partner with our clients to develop the most effective solutions, leveraging our professional and technical services experience in several key areas. With Software, we provide the technology platform that creates an infrastructure for both stability and flexibility. We make recommendations on industry standards proven to deliver results. We leverage our Systems experience to bring experience know-how to your organization. And finally, we Support the software and systems to ensure you have reliability and continuity to deliver consistent results over the long term.

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Cydecor prides itself on maintaining long-term, ongoing relationships with our clients, which include a rich mix of industry leaders and top-tier organizations positioned across strategic markets. Our proficiency in these key industries allows us to employ knowledge and expertise across these practices to provide the greatest value to our clients.

Below are examples of work performed by our team.

Project Name Organization Contract Type Contract Number
CENSECFOR COAT InstructionCenter for Security ForcesFFPN00178-14-D-7679-FK01

Assists CENSECFOR by developing the Commanding Officer Antiterrorism (COAT) course and curriculum, administering management training and oversight, and instructional delivery. Training encompasses the course scope, learning objectives, and Navy instructions. In addition, Cydecor coordinates these activities with the CENSECFOR Antiterrorism Leadership Course Curriculum Model Manager (AT Lead CCMM).

DON MSRANaval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Groton OfficeFFPN00189-13-C-G002

Provides technical support at the Naval Submarine Support Facility (NSSF), repairing circuit card assemblies, electronic modules, and instituting policies.

JXS MobilityNaval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionIDIQN00178-04-D-4119-FC33

Provided non-personal professional engineering, technical, acquisition engineering and program management support services for hardware requirements.

JXT HWNaval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionIDIQN00178-04-D-4119-FC32

Provides non-personal professional engineering, technical, acquisition engineering, logistics, and management of tactical hardware support services.

NAVAIR PM CSS MACNaval Air Systems CommandIDIQN00421-18-D-0039
NAVAIR PMA 264 LogisticsNaval Air Systems CommandCPFFN00178-14-D-7616-M801

Sonobuoy Logistics Support Services--Provides professional logistics and operational support services to the Navy sonobuoy acquisition Program Manager (PMA-264). This citation concerns the follow-on contract for the initial contract awarded to Applied Logistic Services (ALS), Inc. ALS was awarded the follow-on contract in 2014 to continue supporting NAVAIR Aircraft Division, Patuxent River.

NAVSEA Expeditionary ProgramsNAVSEA PMS 408 & PMS 340CPIFN00178-05-D-4269-EH01

Provides programmatic support that includes acquisition program and procurement support, engineering and technical support, financial management and cost estimating support services, logistics, operations, and sustainment support services.

NAVSEA Expeditionary ProgramsNAVSEA PMS 408 & PMS 340CPIFN00178-05-D-4269-EH02

Provides programmatic support that includes program evaluation and analysis support, administrative and communications support, open business support for acquisition programs, capability assessment and mission analysis support.

NAVSEA PMS 450Program Executive Office for SubmarinesCPFFN00178-04-D-4042-EH03

Provides financial analyses into areas related to research, development, production for new construction and modernization, operation, maintenance, installation and test and evaluation of electronic hardware or software installed in the fleet.

NAVSEA PMS 500Program Executive Office ShipsCPFFN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided professional support services to PMS500 staff in developing lessons learned assessments and recommendations from the SEAWOLF Class program for use by the DDG-1000 program.

NAVSEA PMS NSWNaval Sea Systems CommandCPFFN00178-06-D-4676-EH01

Provides strategic planning, concept development, system design, test, logistics, acquisition, and IT support to PMS NSW, NAVSPECWARCOM, USSOCOM, JSOC, AFSOC and DEVGRU.

NECC Engineering SupportNavy Expeditionary Combat CommandFFPN40273-18-R-C001
NSW Command Defense ReadyNaval Special Warfare CommandFfPH92240-15-D-0016-0001

Provides data mapping from the NSW data warehouse for import into DefenseReady (NAVSOC, TSOCs, HQ and SOF Global) on a scheduled recurring basis in order to facilitate greater visibility and enhanced planning of NSWC resources, readiness, requirements, authorizations, and assignments.

NSW Command N5 StrategyNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0004

Provides strategy and policy integration services for NSW Command (N5) Plans, Assessment, and Strategy Department.

NSW Command SRT Health AdminNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0003

Assists the Naval Special Warfare Group Ten (NSWG-10) Echelon IV medical departments with the execution of all administrative healthcare-related services affecting the overall command's operational medical readiness.

NSW Group 10Naval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0002

Provides programmatic support to NSWG-10 in the areas of IT, Knowledge Management, and Defense Travel System (DTS) management. Tasks include document drafting/lifecycle management; logistics inventory; ISR program support services; manpower and personnel analysis; continuous process improvement; and the drafting, editing, and review of lessons learned.

NSWC Crane AdminNaval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-14-D-7616-FC01/N00178-08-D-7616-FC01

Non-personal professional, technical and management support services in the areas of document review, data entry, data maintenance and distribution, document and image processing, human resources support, financial management support, property management support, and functional and administrative management support.

NSWC Crane JSOFT FC01Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4018-FC01

Provides support in report generation, logistic documentation, joint training plan development and update, training curriculum/documentation development and updates, development of presentation material, and training for Special Operations Forces Fielding and Training Team (SOF FTT/MST).

NSWC Crane JXN FC42Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4119-FC42

Non-personal professional engineering, technical and management support services in the areas of engineering and technical support services, scientific/engineering analysis and studies, test and evaluation, technical data support, field engineering, integrated logistics support (ILS), configuration management (CM), management support services, overhaul and maintenance, data management support, and prototype fabrication. These services support the life-cycle engineering assignments and missions for Joint Weapons Engineering, Maintenance and Overhaul, Ammunition Engineering and Testing, Weapons Registry and Allowances, Joint Forces Logistics, and Business Operations of the Small Arms Weapons Systems Division, Joint Special Operations Response Department, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane.

NSWC Crane JXN FC54Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4119-FC54

This requirement is for non-personal professional support in the following areas, engineering, technical and management support services, scientific/engineering analysis and studies, test and evaluation, technical data support, field engineering, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Configuration Management (CM), management support services, data management support, and prototype fabrication.

NSWC Crane JXN FC55Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4119-FC55

Non-personal professional support in the following areas: engineering, technical, acquisition engineering and program management support services for requirements in support of the areas of scientific/engineering analysis and studies, test and evaluation, technical data support, field engineering, integrated logistics support, configuration management, facility engineering, program management support services, and data management support.

NSWC Crane JXRM F3008Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4119-F3008

ALS provides program support to the execution of climatic and dynamic test on different equipment such as high voltage power supplies, with ALS personnel utilizing expertise in following written test instruction and all applicable SOP’s. Under general supervision, ALS performs tasks associated with the installation, maintenance and operation of non-destructive testing support equipment. In addition, support involves evaluating all incoming test article request to ensure appropriate documentation is available and complete prior to test. Appropriate documentation is defined as: test plans, current SOP or SD, appropriate funding documents and current job estimate. Tasking also includes establishing and maintaining a database, recording various statistical information for the purpose of Quality Management System (QMS) for the purpose of maintaining ISO 9001 certification. Database information may include test start and end date; equipment used during test; type of test; technicians performing test; etc. This information is updated within the database daily.

NSWC Crane JXT FC50Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4119-FC50

Non-personal professional engineering, technical, logistics, and sustainment of tactical hardware systems. Workload will be in the areas of tactical hardware and full life cycle management support of Department of Defense (DoD) missions that typically fall under the DoD 5000 Defense Acquisition Systems model for both Acquisition Category (ACAT) and rapid fielding acquisition programs as well as other Government Agency programs.

NSWC Crane WX FC23Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane DivisionT&MN00178-04-D-4042-FC23

Electronic Warfare -Maritime Domain support

NSWC G1 N6Naval Special Warfare Group OneFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0006

Commander Naval Special Warfare Group ONE (NSWG-1) requires contract assistance within the Communications Department (N6). Work will be performed at the NSW Group One facility in San Diego, CA. The follow positions are being solicited: Automated Information System (AIS) Configuration Specialist; Telecommunications Analyst; Electronic Maintenance Officer (EMO); and KEYMAT Management Infrastructure Operating Account (KOA) Clerk

NSWC G10 SRTNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0005

Supports garrison support functions with the execution of administrative and logistic related services affecting the overall command operational readiness; fulfills organic support requirements with Inventory technicians, Ordnance/Weapons technicians, and Administrative technicians within NSWG-10, SRT-1, and SRT-2.

NSWC G2 ESSNaval Special Warfare Group TwoFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0007

Supports NSWG-2 in the design, development, management, scenario construction, execution of the TRIDENT series exercise.

NSWC NTRMSNaval Special Warfare CommandFFPH92240-15-D-0016-0008

Cydecor’s support of this contract provides a Business Analyst to support development, deployment and sustainment of Naval Special Warfare Training and Readiness Management System (NTRMS), supporting engineering of agile enterprise business systems, and the relationship between business stakeholders and the engineering team.

NSWG-10Naval Special Warfare CommandCPFFH92240-12-D-0004

Provides support in Manpower, Personnel, and Training (MPT); information technology (IT); knowledge management (KM); defense travel system (DTS) management; and POM and PPBE.

NSWG-10 (N6, N7, KM)Naval Special Warfare CommandT&MN00173-09-C-2024

Provided Knowledge Management, SharePoint development and management, and records management support to the NSWG-10 N10 KM Department. Provides Network, Communication, Lifecycle, Information Assurance and VTC support to the NSWG-10 N6 Department. Provides DTS, Travel Manager, and Government Charge Card support services to the NSWG-10 N7 Department.

NUWC C25 3003Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-3003

SWFTS Platform/System Eng - The goal of this effort is to rapidly develop and assess, via structured, focused Systems Engineering (SE), future and current platform baselines. This effort will include the following activities: introduce design changes, conduct evaluation of trade space options, and investigate the feasibility of acceleration and refinement to current software and hardware upgrades. This effort will also be scheduled across all Submarine Warfare Federated Tactical Systems (SWFTS) with a primary objective of improving interoperability and commonality across the NPES. This platform level directed assessment includes both new construction and modernization, encompassing all phases of Systems Engineering over the system’s life cycle. The performance of this effort is in support of Code 25 projects. Project sponsors include Program Executive Officer Submarines (PEO SUB), Ships Acquisition Program Managers (SHAPM) Codes PMS450, and PMS397, as well as PEO SUB-S, Strategic Systems Program (SSP), OPNAV, and subsystem Participating Managers (PARMs) PMS401, PMS425, PMS435, PMW-770, and NUWCDIVNPT Code 0CA.

NUWC C349Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN66604-18-F-3011

This tasking is for engineering services in support of NUWCDIVNPT Code 349 efforts to develop and field special mission EW and intelligence augmentation systems, subsystems, sensors, and associated networks, onboard submarines and other platforms such as Unmanned Aerial and Undersea Vehicles (UAV/UUV). Engineering services include; In-Service and Operational support, Engineering and Software Development, Assembly and Fabrication, Test and Evaluation, Configuration Management and Program Management support. Required services under this task order will be driven by operational, Fleet and Intelligence community requirements which are often new and emergent in nature.

NUWC Code 25Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N432

Provides engineering and test services for the SEAWOLF Non-Propulsion Electronics System (NPES), VIRGINIA Class NPES, SSBN NPES, SSGN, NPES, OHIO Replacement Program NPES, SSN NPES, AN/BSY-2 Legacy Components, SWFTS (Submarine Warfare Federated Tactical Systems) Combat System, the OHIO Replacement program, and the AN/BYG-1, AN/BQQ-5, ARCI (Acoustic Rapid COTS Insertion) and RLGN (Ring Laser Gyro Navigator) subsystems.

NUWC Code 34Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N431

Provides rapid acquisition and resourcing support to the Information Operations branch, including program management, proposal management, technical documentation support, engineering support, and resourcing analysis and funding support for technologies that can be quickly development, tested and delivered to the Warfighter.

NUWC Code 34 N433Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N433

Assists the NUWC C34 in performing a wide range of engineering and technical/program management functions in support of submarine Imaging, Electronic Warfare, Communication, Antenna, and Special Projects Systems.

NUWC Code 34 N435Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N435

Assists NUWC C34 in developing design documentation; developing, writing, and testing Hardware and Software unit test plans and procedures; developing and modifying test plans, procedures, and reports; and in developing, maintaining and reviewing Performance Specifications, Hardware/Software Requirements Specifications, System Requirement Verification Matrix (SRVM), System/Subsystem Design Document (SSDD) and Interface Requirement Specifications.

NUWC N425/N429Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport DivisionCPFFN00178-04-D-4122-N425

Supported the rapid development, testing, and delivery of new technologies to the warfighter by providing acquisition, resourcing, programmatic, engineering, and documentation support to NUWC Code 34 projects.

ONR FNCOffice of Naval ResearchCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EE01

Performs a wide range of Program Management services encompassing complex planning, policy, and programmatic support actions that require frequent interaction with flag and SES managers, the development and maintenance of detailed budget documentation, and the preparation and delivery of tracking lists.​

ONR SBIR/STTROffice of Naval ResearchCPFFN00014-16-C-4013

Provides support to the Department of Navy (DoN) in executing the SBIR/STTR program.

OPNAV DSN-4Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00189-16-D-Z015/001

Provide knowledge management (KM) and Assistant Contract Technical Representative (ACTR) support to OPNAV DNS4.

OPNAV N3N5Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00024-12-C-Z118

Provided strategy and policy expertise in irregular warfare, confronting irregular challenges, and Air-Sea Battle concepts, and supports CONOPS development, POM planning, and the PPBE process, as well as Knowledge Management, and FOIA/MDR and DTS administration.

OPNAV N3N5 ASBOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX02

Provides management support services and analytical support to the N3N5 leadership to facilitate strategic, analytical, technical, programmatic support, data collection, policy review, concept development, and process research.

OPNAV N3N5 CNOOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX03

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services of short and long term duration.

OPNAV N3N5 CNOOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-N0018917F3001

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services of short and long term duration that require unique skills and experience in Irregular Warfare (IW) disciplines, Navy Community of Strategists and Homeporting/Homebasing, Asia-Pacific regional issues and long term strategies that cannot be supported by the existing federal workforce. Cydecor's services support the implementation of CNO responsibilities for the development and dissemination of Navy strategies, plans, and policies.

OPNAV N3N5 NIWOOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided a full range of support including Irregular Warfare Operations, Research and Development, Engineering, Systems Engineering, Prototyping, Modeling & Simulation, Configuration Management, Test & Evaluation, Logistics, Strategy Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Management, Knowledge Management, Human Capital Assessment, and Intelligence.

OPNAV N3N5 NWGOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-05-D-4269-EX01

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services that require unique skills and experience in Irregular Warfare (IW), SOF/GPF, Confronting Irregular Challenges (CIC) disciplines, including support to the budgeting and execution phases of N3/N5’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process..

OPNAV N3N5 NWGOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX02

Provides strategy, policy, analytical, programmatic, technical, research, and organizational support services that require unique skills and experience in Irregular Warfare (IW), SOF/GPF, Confronting Irregular Challenges (CIC) disciplines, including support to the budgeting and execution phases of N3/N5’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process..

OPNAV N3N5 SISOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX03

Provides management support services and analytical support to the N3N5 leadership to facilitate strategic, analytical, technical, programmatic support, data collection, policy review, concept development, and process research.

OPNAV N957Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00178-05-D-4269-FK02

Supports operational forces conducting Naval and Joint missions in support of the National Military Strategy of the United States, including operational forces, development and sustainment programs within the Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise. Forces perform a variety of expeditionary missions ranging from tactical construction, underwater construction, counter-IED, mine countermeasures, afloat security forces, intelligence collection and analysis, and civil affairs.

OPNAV N957Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00189-16-D-Z032-0001

Provides program/project management services in support of Naval Special Warfare, Amphibious Warfare, Maritime Preposition, Mine Warfare, and Navy Expeditionary Combat Forces. This includes establishing requirements, setting priorities, and directing planning; determining and validating resources readiness requirements for the NECE; assisting with decision making during the Navy Gate Review and JCIDS process; and developing acquisition and funding plans and programs for manpower and training research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E).

OPNAV N96Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00178-05-D-4660-FK04

Implements N9 responsibilities for determining force levels, shipboard and related support requirements and major characteristics of programs involving weapon systems, cruisers, destroyers, frigates, command ships, patrol craft, and littoral combat ships. Further, N96 executes such planning, preparation, and execution as are incident to that mission.

OPNAV N96Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00178-14-D-7998-N0018917F3025

Surface Warfare Program Support Services; Weapons Branch (N96C)

OPNAV N96Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00178-14-D-7998-N0018917F3004

Navy Modernization, LCS (Littoral Combat Ships), and Surface Manpower Support Services; Ships Deputy (N96E)

OPNAV N96 Strat CommsOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00189-16-D-Z032-0002

Provide program requirement support to OPNAV N96Z Strategy and Alignment. Also support the strategic communications and engagement efforts related to the OPNAV N96 Surface Warfare Division, to include planning, preparation, and execution. Finally, provide administrative support to N96C, N96E, and N96F.

OPNAV N96 TomahawkOffice of the Chief of Naval OperationsCPFFN00178-14-D-7679-EX01

Assist in developing an innovative, well-integrated, high performance team in support of N96 Tomahawk weapons system.

OPNAV N97Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00178-05-D-4269-FK01

Provides support in Manpower, Personnel, & Training (MPT) Program Analysis and Assistant Contract Technical Representative (ACTR)/ Information Technology (IT) Administration, including JCIDS, JROC, HIS, and NMCI support.

OPNAV N97Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsFFPN00189-16-P-Z432

Provides support in Manpower, Personnel, & Training (MPT) Program Analysis and Assistant Contract Technical Representative (ACTR)/ Information Technology (IT) Administration, including JCIDS, JROC, HIS, and NMCI support.

OPNAV N98Office of the Chief of Naval OperationsT&MN00189-13-D-Z028-0001

Provides support to Requirements Officers in the following areas: Business Operations Manager, Training Branch, and Manpower Branch within the Air Warfare Division (OPNAV N98) in the Pentagon, Arlington, VA, and is responsible for interaction with various PMA’s/PMW’s/PEO’s to extract knowledge and information in matters of concern to OPNAV N98.

PEO SUBProgram Executive Office SubmarinesIDIQN00024-01-D-7019-0005

Provided program management as required in support of all ongoing Program Office financial management, logistics, and engineering efforts [HM&E, Combat Systems, Non-Propulsion Electronic Systems (NPES)].

PEO SUB SOFProgram Executive Office SubmarinesCPFFN00178-04-4042-EH03

Supported PEO SUBS by providing acquisitions management, strategic communications, stakeholder engagement and liaison, and program management services in support of its strategic acquisition plan and the SOF Undersea Mobility mission.

PEO SUB SOFProgram Executive Office for SubmarinesCPFFN00178-04-D-4042-EH03

Supports PEO SUBS by providing acquisitions management, strategic communications, stakeholder engagement and liaison, and program management services in support of its strategic acquisition plan and the SOF Undersea Mobility mission.

SECNAV PSSDeputy Under Secretary of the NavyFFPN00189-18-D-Z007

Supports the Deputy Under Secretary of the Navy, Management (DUSN(M)), Business Operations Office, Business Transformation Branch; primary focus is supporting DON’s participation in DoD’s Reform Management Group (RMG). The RMG is tasked to reform business processes and implement cost savings initiatives.

SOCOM J3 SupportUnited States Special Operations CommandT&MN00173-10-C-2021

Supports USSOCOM in its program to strengthen the GSN. Cydecor’s support to the SOCOM J3-International (formerly GSN OPT) and its Connectivity Team is contracted via a NRL Task Order. Cydecor provides support in the areas of JCIDS Support and Architecture Development, C4I Project Management, IT Services, and Program Management.

SOCOM J3XUS Special Operations CommandT&MN00173-16-D-2009/DO4

Supports USSOCOM in its program to strengthen the GSN. Cydecor’s support to the SOCOM J3-International (formerly GSN OPT) and its Connectivity Team is contracted via a NRL Task Order. Cydecor provides support in the areas of JCIDS Support and Architecture Development, C4I Project Management, IT Services, and Program Management.

SOCOM SITEC AMSUnited States Special Operations CommandIDIQH92222-11-D-0020

Provides the necessary IT Application Management services to support all mission areas of USSOCOM as specified and ordered under individual task orders.

SOCOM SITEC AMS NSWNaval Special Warfare CommandT&MH92222-11-D-0018

Provides logistic, technical, and IT services, as well as operations and application management support for this NSWC support services contract for the SITEC. Under this project, Cydecor specifically performs software training, hardware installation, and computer system maintenance.

USMC CMC SDUS Marine Corps CMC Safety DivisionFFPM00264-15-C-1022

Provides CMC(SD) with a comprehensive solution to assess communications and marketing requirements, assisting in the development of safety program strategies, producing promotional and informational materials suitable for printed and electronic mediums, and providing data capture and reporting support.