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New Prime Contract

5.8.19 GreenXT was awarded a new prime contract with Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division to provide support for DDG 51 Class Machinery Controls Systems – In Service and Modernization. GreenXT will be providing project management, engineering, software development, testing, logistics, installation, and technical support. This is a 5-year contract valued at $10M.

New San Diego Office

2.1.19 New office opened in the thriving, mixed-use Liberty Station section of San Diego. GreenXT personnel are providing support at the San Diego waterfront for multiple Naval Surface Warfare Center programs including DDG-Modernization, LCS Machinery Controls Systems, and Integrated Condition Assessment System (ICAS).

New IBNS Support Contract

1.15.19 GreenXT was awarded tasking with NSWCPD’s Surface Combatant Ship Controls Branch to provide engineering and program management services for DDG Integrated Bridge Navigation Systems (IBNS). GreenXT is managing several ship alterations (Ship Change Documents (SCDs)) to address navigation and steering control system obsolescence issues, perform prototype and quality assurance testing at the Land Based Engineering Site (LBES), assist in response to Fleet casualties, and assure completion of Navy Modernization Process (NMP) milestones by working the surface ship maintenance and modernization (SHIPMAIN) process.

News Briefs


8 New Hires join the GreenXT Team in the 1st Quarter of 2019

Green Expert Technology has already hired 8 new technical personnel in 2019 and will continue to search for more talented engineers and technicians to join their growing team.



The Navy awarded Green Expert Technology a SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort-NxG) Prime Contract 

Department of the Navy activities under the SeaPort-NxG multiple-award contract vehicle will procure engineering support services and program management support services.  Contract #N00178-19-D-7732.



Green Expert Technology Inc. has been awarded a 5-year, $10M prime contract with Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD). This requirement is for Machinery Control Systems on LCS-1&2, SSC, & INLS Classes of Navy surface ships. There will be continued support of software development and lifecycle engineering of the control system computer programs, both shipboard and at Land Based Engineering Site.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Provides Logistics & Engineering Support to U.S. Navy

Green Expert Technology receives new tasking to provide support to the Shipboard HAZMAT Control and Management (HMC&M) Program.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Receives New Tasking

Green Expert Technology receives tasking to provide Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) engineering support of U. S. Navy ships.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Opens New Philadelphia Office Space

Green Expert Technology opens a new office at the Philadelphia Naval Business Center.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Wins Tasking

Green Expert Technology wins tasking to support U. S. Navy Waterjet system engineering and testing.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Wins Tasking To Support Shipboard Machinery Controls Efforts

Support includes development, engineering, testing and program support.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Opens New Office Headquarters in Haddonfield, NJ

Company's new workspace accommodates current and future growth.



Green Expert Technology Inc. Announces Award of Seaport-e Prime

Company is awarded a Prime Contract with U.S. Navy under the Seaport-e program.




Six Rules for Creating Products People Love

Green, B. D. In press and available on Kindle and Nook.


Surveys for each Project Process Group

Green, B. (August 2012) PM World Journal, Vol. 1, Issue 1.


Self-Prophecy Versus Behavioral Intention

Green, B. D. (2012) Proceedings of IADIS International Conference 2012, July 17-19, 2012, Lisbon, Portugal.


Redesign of a Shipboard Information System to Increase Usability

Green, B. D., Lamey, T., & Roantree, M. (2011).  Proceedings of ASNE Intelligent Ships Symposium IX, May 25-26, 2011, Philadelphia, PA, USA.


An Empirical Study of Computer Self-Efficacy and the Technology Acceptance Model in the Military: A Case of a U.S. Navy Combat Information System

Levy, Y., & Green, B. D. (2009). Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 21(3), 1-23.