Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS
SECNAV Latest
Strategic Systems Programs

 Strategic Systems Programs

Strategic Systems Programs 

Vision

Apply SSP values and abilities to:

  • Deliver high performance and responsive products to the warfighter
  • Meet and/or exceed stakeholders' expectations
  • Continually improve our processes
  • Enrich the civilian and military workforce
  • Sustain the Government / contractor strategic alliance

Values

Key to executing significant responsibility over the long term
The effort to fulfill all aspects of our broadened mission rests on a foundation of the following core values:

  • Commitment to People – Our people are our greatest asset. We support them in their personal and professional development.
  • Integrity – We do what is right and honest and always tell the truth.
  • Respect – We treat each other with dignity, and value diverse opinions, cultures, education and experience.
  • Accountability – We accept responsibility for our actions and decisions.
  • Professional Excellence – We strive to be the best at what we do.
  • Partnership – We value long-term relationships with our industry and Government participants, based on shared priorities and goals that result in win-win outcomes.
  • Communications – We share all information, good and bad, openly, clearly, and honestly. “We don’t shoot the messenger.”
  • Innovation – We encourage creative thinking and visionary ideas that exploit new technologies and business opportunities.
  • Empowerment – We provide authority, responsibility and resources to make decisions at the lowest appropriate level.
  • Dedication – We value the long-term commitment of our civilian and military team members to the program.
  • Technical Excellence – We are committed to systems engineering disciplines that ensure a credible deterrent supported throughout the entire life cycle.

Strategic Priorities

Historically, SSP's first and only line of business has been the development, production, and life cycle support of the Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) Strategic Weapons System (SWS). Through six FBM/SWS generations, SSP acquired specific skills and organizational values that support a capability to accomplish related efforts of importance to the Navy and the Nation. During the past several years, SSP has been able to leverage its expertise in program management and systems engineering into five additional lines of business. Collectively, these are referred to as the Six Lines of Business.

  • Strategic Weapons System (SWS) - Maintain and extend the life of the TRIDENT II SWS, the Nation’s primary strategic deterrent. View more information.
  • Nuclear Weapons Security (NWS) - Assure the security of nuclear weapons in US Navy custody. View more information.
  • SSGN Attack Weapons System (AWS) - Provide and support the AWS on converted Ohio class submarines that deploy Tomahawk missiles and other payloads. View more information.
  • Payload Integrator - Provide seamless end-to end integration of alternate payloads on submarines with large diameter tubes. View more information.
  • Emerging Missions - Provide rapid and cost effective expansion of submarine-based capabilities that fill validated joint warfighting gaps under the new Triad. View more information.
  • Navy Treaty Implementation Program (NTIP) - Assure DoN Compliance with all applicable Arms Control Treaties and Agreements. View more information.

Small Business Opportunities

Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps). SSP contracting opportunities are posted on FedBizOpps. It is the single government point-of-entry for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000. Commercial vendors seeking Federal markets for their products and services can search, monitor and retrieve opportunities solicited by the entire Federal contracting community.

Navy Electronic Commerce Online (NECO). SSP procurement opportunities are also posted in the NECO website. It is the Navy site for posting solicitations and amendments and for submission of electronic responses to solicitations.

To view the FY19-FY20 Strategic Plan, click here

Small Business Contact

Strategic Systems Programs

Office: (202) 433-7857

DON Office of Small Business Programs: (202) 685-6485