Iona Moon and GCC team for SeaPort-e Boot Camp: Quantico

Win USMC Business on SeaPort-e! 

July 31, 2012 – Holiday Inn, Quantico

On April 27, 2012, the Commander of Marine Corps Systems Command issued a memo. MARCORSYSCOM is shelving the in-house CEOss contract vehicle for services acquisitions in favor of the Navy-wide SeaPort-e. Read the Commander's letter here.

This strategic move by USMC leadership will have far-reaching impact in industry. For SeaPort-e contract holders, it opens up new opportunities to do business with MARCORSYSCOM. Existing CEOss primes must prepare for increased competition. The entire market landscape of Quantico changed with this command decision.

Iona Moon, industry’s leading experts on SeaPort-e, has teamed with the powerhouse consulting firm of GCC Associates to bring you one intense day of training, tools, and perspective on the new reality of doing business at Quantico. Learn actionable methods to win USMC business on SeaPort-e and how to navigate the new landscape of MARCORSYSCOM from the experts.

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GCC president, Colonel Larry Groves, USMC (Ret.) will walk you through the missions, command structure and acquisition culture of Quantico. GCC provides a business umbrella for a wide variety of professional consultants, with strong emphasis on the defense industry in general, and the Marine Corps in particular.


Iona Moon president, Lee Moon will give you the competitive edge you need to win on the unique SeaPort-e vehicle, including a deep-dive into research tools that will change the way you find new opportunities. Iona Moon has helped over 300 companies win the SeaPort-e prime contract and SeaPort-e task orders.


Additionally get strategic-level vision from two legendary Marine Corps leaders in the morning and during your lunch.

Introductory Remarks

Brigadier General Edward R. Langston, Jr., USMC (Ret.) Vice President, American Systems

Luncheon Speaker

Lieutenant General Earl “Titan” Hailston, USMC (Ret.) CEO, Thomas Associates, Inc.

Read what attendees had to say about our last SeaPort-e Boot Camp.

Register today. Space is limited.