9600 Great Hills Trail,Suite 150W Austin, Texas 78759
+1 (888) 765-1154
+1 (512) 233‐0919




LOGMET supports Postal  Operations of the Official mail Center (OMC), Postal Service Center (PSC), Central Mail Room (CMR), and mail delivery to Activity Distribution Offices (ADOs).

Fuels Management

LOGMET maintains, and operates petroleum, missile, alternative and cryogenic facilities and equipment. Receives, stores, and issues, petroleum fuels and cryogenics products. Performs quality analysis on petroleum and cryogenics products. Performs operator maintenance on fuels handling equipment and facilities. Prepares receipt, inventory, and issue documents for fuels and cryogenic products accounting. Operates specialized mobility fuels equipment.


Army Sustainment Command’s (ASC) Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) Service Provider

To understand and be truly effective supporting EAGLE Global Maintenance, Supply, Transportation, and related Logistics Missions/requirements, the BOA Prime Contractor must have both Corporate and Individual experience in all three functional areas, as well as proven performance leading and managing a BOA or Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC). LOGMET  has the optimal experience, skills, proven business systems, and past performance essential to successfully leading and supporting EAGLE functional and supporting logistics requirements, worldwide.  Further, LOGMET has the functional experience and expertise to provide “Best-in-Class’, cost effective Maintenance, Supply, and Transportation Support Services to EAGLE Customers.

Airfield Management

Every plane around the world requires an airfield in order to take off and land. These aircraft must be able to launch at a moment’s notice, so it’s imperative the airfield be safe and well maintained at all times. That responsibility is the duty of LOGMET’s Airfield Management specialists. It may sound like an easy job, but it’s not. LOGMET’s Airfield Management specialists ensure runways are clear of foreign objects and lighting systems function properly, in addition to responding to ground emergencies and communicating hazards to pilots. The safe takeoff and landing of aircraft, and more importantly their crews, rest squarely on our shoulders

Ammunition Handling Services

LOGMET performs all transportation, delivery, and pick-up missions as directed to deliver the required ammunition to the designated range at the time specified to ensure the timely conduct of all 434th FA Brigade Range and Training Operations.

Air Terminal Operations

LOGMET operated an Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC), performing inspections and operations of aircraft loading equipment; drop zone recovery equipment, mobility/contingency function (i.e. load planning, pallet buildup, cargo courier responsibility and hazardous cargo preparation); and the preparation and rigging of loads and parachutes for aerial delivery loads. LOGMET inspects a variety of airdrop equipment. We perform airdrop inspections after priorities are set, work sequences are determined, and pertinent policy matters have been reviewed. Additionally, LOGMET rigs and prepares unilateral airdrop training loads to include type V or other airdrop platforms for airdrops. We determine storage location and stores cargo to protect against loss, theft, weather, and other damage. LOGMET receives, processes and categorizes shipments of cargo. Moreover, we facilitate on-time aircraft departures and work all United States (US) Government owned or operated aircraft and US sponsored foreign government.

Base Supply

LOGMET operates the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS)   base-level customer service function,, processing requests, storage, and issue of supplies and equipment procedures function provide customer service and research capabilities computer operations, maintain accountability records of equipment, reject management, operate the Hazardous Material Cell records maintenance, equipment management. This consists of a Management and Systems Flight, Procedures, Analysis, Training and Base level customer training, Combat Operations Support. Bench Stock, Retail Sales and Individual Equipment Unit (IEU) support is provided to deploying individuals contained in the reporting instructions and HAZMART.  Also, LOGMET performs the Procedures,  Analysis, and Inventory Element

Logistics Material Control Activity

LOGMET provides the management and operation of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Logistics Material Control Activity (LMCA). The work will consist of the following general functions: maintenance of equipment authorized accountability requirements (Inventory Management), maintenance of Automated Material Control System (AMSC) requirements (Inventory Records), maintenance of the Information Processing Management System (IPMS), Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) records; processing of requests for supplies and equipment, and distribution of materials.


LOGMET performs a variety of maintenance functions to include Aerospace Ground Equipment maintenance and Depot Level Maintenance.

Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE). LOGMET pickups, delivers, paints, troubleshoot, repair, modify, inspect, and perform corrosion control and servicing of assigned powered and non-powered AGE. We maintain AGE and assigned support equipment in-commission and available at a rate of no less than 90 percent monthly.

Depot Level Maintenance. LOGMET provides depot level maintenance for The Navy for Airborne Surveillance and Battle Management Systems Integrated Systems. This system is a helicopter deployed, expendable, remotely operated; mine neutralization system that reacquires previously identified mines or locates mine-like objects.

Traffic Management Office/Personal Property

LOGMET processes excess cost rebuttals IAW AFPD 24-5, Transporting and Storing Personal Property. Moreover, they prepare documentation and arrange for the movement, including but not limited to local moves, Personally Procured Moves (PPM)/Do-It-Yourself (DITY) moves, Non-Temporary Storage (NTS), outbound domestic and international shipments of personal property. LOGMET coordinates pack and pickup dates with the customer and the responsible transportation officer at FISC Seal Beach in accordance with the customer’s needs. We make appointments for and perform individual face-to-face counseling with customers on transportation entitlements. LOGMET provides information during mass briefings or individual counseling sessions to DoD civilian and military personnel regarding the movement and storage of household goods (HHG), unaccompanied baggage (UB), privately owned vehicles (POVs), mobile homes by commercial or military means, the PPM/DITY move program, or self-procured movements.

Traffic Management Office.   LOGMET provides travel for all DoD military and civilian personnel, their family members, and others approved IAW DoDR 4500.9-R, Defense Transportation Regulation, AFI 24-101, Passenger Movement, and DoDR 4515.13R, Air Transportation Eligibility. They advise the commercial travel office (CTO) management to identify all commercial airline reservations arranged by the traveler through other travel agencies in order to alleviate further occurrence of the same incident. Further, they make reservations for the movement of pet dogs and cats via AMC as required for permanent change of station moves. LOGMET annotates travel orders with a control number IAW DoDR 4500.9-R for all DoD-controlled aircraft travel. LOGMET determines the type of shipment, in coordination with the Fleet Industrial Supply Center (FISC) Seal Beach, and the mode of transportation for personal property shipments to meet the required delivery date and the needs of the LAAFB customer IAW DoDI 4500.34R. They maintain and operate the TOPPS IAW the TOPPS Administrative Maintenance Guide. Further, LOGMET assists the customer in the preparation and filing of Inconvenience Claims IAW DoDI 4500.34R.

Transient Aircraft Maintenance

LOGMET performs Transient Aircraft Services to include Transient Alert Management Control, Arrival Services, Processing Services, Departure Services, ground handling, aircraft forms documentation and (includes automated maintenance information systems (MIS). We partner with the community to continuously improve the quality of programs and services offered to customers, Additionally, LOGMET provides support to such special events as competitions, Open House/Air Shows, Change of Command ceremonies, Very Important Person/Distinguished Visitor (VIP/DV) meetings and conferences, ROTC Orientation and Civilian Fly-In events, etc.


LOGMET performs a myriad of transportation services to include: Base Shuttle, Base Taxi, Aircrew Transportation, Vehicle Operation and Vehicle Maintenance.

Base Shuttle.   LOGMET provides base shuttle service to pick up at the scheduled points, drop people on the installation and then proceed back to original pick up locations. Shuttles will arrive approximately every 10 minutes.

Base Taxi.   LOGMET provides base taxi support within a 50 mile radius of the installation for all assigned personnel and tenant units.

Aircrew Transportation .  LOGMET provides transportation to aircrew to and from the aircraft and off installation locations.

Vehicle Operations and Vehicle Maintenance.   LOGMET provides vehicle operations (including management of the fleet), maintenance, and security. We provide maintenance capability sufficient to ensure Minimum Essential Levels (MELs) are met and an overall Vehicle In-Commission Rate (VIC) of 90% for all assets (CFE and Government Lease). When levels fall below this standard, LOGMET rents/leases vehicles at no change in contract price to the Government. If a unit requires more vehicle types than what is assigned to them (short term), Vehicle Operations will provide support if possible. However, if assets are not available, it is the responsibility of the organization to fund for and obtain their own rental assets(s). LOGMET performs/complete scheduled services within 3 duty days from the time of receipt (turn-in) of vehicle, 80% of the time monthly. All repair actions are to begin within 2 days of turn in. Vehicles scheduled for maintenance will be turned in and assigned a work order prior to the due date. All vehicles turned in for maintenance are assigned a work order within two hours of receipt. LOGMET documents all cases of unit non-compliance with scheduled turn in dates. All unsatisfactory or missed repair actions will be re-accomplished prior to returning vehicle to user. All safety related and operator identified discrepancies are repaired with a 0% error rate.


Action: N00178-09-D-5769-HR01
Category: SeaPort Enhanced
Company: LOGMET
Type: Order
Status: Executed
Executed Date: 6/19/2014
Creation Date: 6/19/2014 3:45 PM
Last Updated: 6/19/2014 3:45 PM
Creator: Joan R Troutman
Contracting Officer: Joan R Troutman
Contract Negotiator: Kristin S Jacks


Seaporte Overview

Contract No: N00178-09-D-5769
Award Date: 19 May 2008
Zone(s) Covered: Zone 4 (Gulf Coast) and Zone 6 (Southwest)
Functional Areas: 3.5, 3.6, 3.12
LOGMET POC: Joe Carter ((512) 637-1040
LOGMET Seaporte Email: admin@logmet.com
Government Website: www.seaport.navy.mil
In 2002, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) promulgated Seapower 21. Seapower 21 provides a framework to align, organize and integrate the U.S. Navy to meet the wide variety of challenges that lie ahead. The CNO called upon the entire Navy to find ways to become more efficient and effective. To meet Seapower 21 objectives and to increase efficiency, the NAVSEA Warfare Centers established the Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) vehicle, using a web-based, e-business procurement Portal, to facilitate performance-based service acquisition, leverage buying power, improve business intelligence and reduce cycle time. In October 2004, the Virtual SYSCOM Commanders formalized an agreement to expand the ordering community of Seaport-e to include all Virtual SYSCOM activities and to leverage the success of Seaport-e in achieving the aforementioned objectives across the Virtual SYSCOM. Additionally, other activities, including the Military Sealift Command. Strategic Systems Programs, Office of Naval Research, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and the United States Marine Corp have chosen to use Seaport Enhanced.

LOGMET Solutions, LLC delivers specialized services in Systems Engineering, Information Security, and Linguistics Analysis. Our experienced and highly qualified staff is dedicated to deliver world-class services in support of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Seapower 21 objectives. LOGMET is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) serving the United States Government and Industry Partners.

System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support

This functional area involves the engineering effort required to prepare and assure that the detailed technical data documentation that is necessary to support system development reflects the latest design, configuration, integration, and installation concepts. Technical documentation may be in the form of paper, electronic (digital) or interactive computer systems.

Area Task Demonstrated Past Performance
Software Development
  • LOGMET software engineers conducted requirements identification of each external interface. Met with agencies to determine, message sets and data dictionaries
  • Conducted requirements analysis data transmission to determine communications medium and network requirements
  • Completed system design specifications, conducted system design reviews and outlined project schedule to determine level of effort.
  • Managed and executed code development on 13 software modules and conducted peer reviews to ensure quality code development.
  • Completed level-1 unit testing with documented results
  • Coordinated with quality assurance team to identify test cases and ensure that a valid independent test was completed on system requirements
  • Responded to deficiency test reports to make required software medications
  • Developed implementation plans to release software into production

Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support

This functional area consists of applying the engineering and scientific disciplines to perform technical analysis of, technically support development of or selection of hardware and computer software, or modification to existing hardware and software for systems, test facilities, or training facilities. This also consists of software engineering efforts and programming support required to technically support software implementation in systems. sub-systems

Area Task Demonstrated Past Performance
Systems Engineering
  • Analysis of application throughput and response times for eCLASS. The team developed tools to monitor and report query response times and server utilization
  • LOGMET software engineers implemented hardware to handle network load balancing and distribute query requests across the server farms. This process ensured that no one server was overworked with requests and could respond in the desired time.
  • LOGMET database programmers assisted the design and implementation of asynchronous replication and clustering to ensure that all eCLASS servers were current and performing at optimum capability
  • LOGMET team assisted in the layout and configuration of the computer data center used to host one of the eCLASS sites for servers and telecommunications. LOGMET system administrators installed, configured, and tested eCLASS servers
  • LOGMET Systems administrations conduct real-time monitoring of system components used to identify potential failures and planned maintenance actives on the server farms. The is to sustain 24x7x365 operations
  • Support the Configuration Maturity Model Integrated (CMMI) process for planning, managing, controlling, and measuring systems engineering, software engineering, supplier management, and integrated product and process development

Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support

Technology (IT) Support This functional area consists of providing information system software analysis, requirements definition, design, development, test, modification, installation, implementation, quality assurance, training, and documentation to meet the evolving data storage and reporting needs of programs and management. Analyze existing IT and IS databases, web sites, and IT applications and recommend new or improved interfaces and improved management tools that meet new management requirements, or improve management effectiveness and efficiency. Perform maintenance and technical support for Local Area Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN) that are outside the cognizance of the Navy Marine Corps lntranet (NMCI). Modify, implement and maintain web based information systems and links. Develop web-site structure, prepare documentation for population, implement and maintain web sites. Provide systems engineering and technical support for establishment, test, upgrade and operational support of systems, networks, workstations and support equipment hardware and software that are outside the cognizance of NMCI. Conduct IA analyses, develop, recommend, and implement, monitor, update, and maintain, 1A practices, procedures, equipments, algorithms, and hardware that are outside the cognizance of NMCI.

Certification and Accreditation Lifecycle Past Performance Activities completed for eCLASS and CXI
System Implementation
  • Assist in the development and update of the System Security Plan
  • Manage and develop test and evaluation criteria for contingency planning and DOS computer data centers
  • Implement operating system and application level security baselines on system servers per DOS Diplomatic Security guidance
Security Test and Evaluation
  • Conduct contingency testing at 24x7x365 computer data centers; monitor and react to power outages, rollover functions, and system recovery events
  • Execute pre-accreditation vulnerability assessments using Diplomatic Security Vulnerability Assessment Tools
  • Manage and conduct mitigation activities to resolve vulnerability findings
Security for Interconnected Systems
  • Act as DOS liaison to external agency customers for data-sharing requirements with Department of Justice, Homeland Security, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Health and Human Services
  • Draft the Inter-Agency Security Agreements for DEA and DOJ to establish dedication telecommunications circuits used for automatic data-sharing of information
  • Develop project plans for key milestone activities for the implementation of new network segments to the dedicated circuits.
  • Coordinated the update of Memorandum of Agreements and Service Level Agreements with DHS, HHS, and DEA for data-sharing requirements
  • Assisted DOS personnel with the implementation of new firewall rule sets to enable secure communications from agency to agency
  • Coordinated DOS and DEA test and evaluation events
  • Coordinate quality assurance testing of key system data sharing features.
System Operation and Maintenance
  • Assist agency security and operations staff in continuous monitoring activities
  • Provide subject matter expertise of system and security operations during incident response
  • Provide subject matter expertise in agency security requirements for software and system component modifications

Seaporte Program Management Office
LOGMET Solutions, LLC
9600 Great Hills Trail
Austin, Texas 78759
(512) 637-1040 (office)
(512) 538-1550 (fax)

LOGMET will post task orders and technical instructions upon receipt. Please email admin@logmet.com for any questions.

Ability to monitor and maximize quality

The ability to maximize quality comes from the ability to manage and monitor performance of the required tasks. LOGMET implements tools and processes to measure the appropriate metrics for service delivery and enables the proper feedback to the stakeholders and the customer. The LOGMET approach is to develop a quality assurance plan, document processes and procedures, and conduct quality audits of project deliverables. LOGMET understands all stakeholders need the same insight into the project and the ability to monitor progress throughout. Quality is enhanced when the proper resources are assigned to the task, peer reviews and audits are conducted throughout task execution, and well defined procedures are established to handle the change required to mitigate the risks identified. This requires seamless and open communications with the client and the ability of leadership to minimize impacts to the overall effort.

Currently on all LOGMET projects; we conduct project reviews on a weekly basis. Cost, schedule, and technical performance are tracked as work progress is recorded and reviewed. Deviations from the project plan are documented in status reports and discussed on a weekly basis with the customer. These discussions and the activity status reports are focused on the work completed to date, the products delivered, a detailed accounting of funds and staff hours, and the status of funds available to complete the project. The project schedule will be reported along with proposed changes, reason for change, and any potential project impact. The Project Manager informed the customer of any and all potential problem areas and recommended solutions, problem risk areas and mitigation plans, and personnel reassignment impacts.

Approach to guarantee responsiveness to and cooperation with customers

Effective responsiveness and cooperation with customers is achieved through a well defined organizational structure and demonstrated leadership. The LOGMET Program Manager (PM) will ensure effective communications are established with the customer and all required stakeholders and partners. The LOGMET PM is responsible for ensuring customer requirements and expectations are documented and achieved. The PM will meet regularly with stakeholders to ensure project compliance and to review operational performance measures. Project team leaders will meet routinely to review current operations, customer relations, service delivery, project schedules and project cost. LOGMET understands that cooperation with the customer is crucial in the ability to deliver quality products, on schedule at cost. The ability of the PM to manage and track progress using automation and state of the art tools, enables timely and accurate information exchange with the customer.

Approach to problem resolution

Successful problem resolution is achieved when both customer and client can reach a solution that minimizes the risk to the overall project. The following table outlines the critical components to problem resolution

Problem Detection
  • Implement the tools to identify problem areas before critical mass is achieved
  • Continue to review and refine performance measures
  • Conduct risk analysis and prepare response procedures
  • Report the problem to stakeholders
Problem Reaction
  • Conduct analysis to identify and document the root cause of the problem
  • Continue to provide on-going status
  • Involve all stakeholders in decision recommendations
Problem Resolution
  • Implement resolution quickly and accurately
  • Change/modify current procedures to ensure problem does not repeat