ATA Aerospace Wins $100M Space Technology Research and Integrated Vehicle Experiments (STRIVE) Contract

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 6
, 2012

ATA
Aerospace Wins $100
M

S
pace
T
echnology
R
esearch
and
I
ntegrated
V
ehicle
E
xperiments (STRIVE)

Contract

Contact:

Larry Lloyd

Applied Technology Associates

lloyd@aptec.com

(505)
767
-
1200


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.



ATA Aerospace, LLC

has been

awarded a $100,000,000
indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide the Air Force Research
Laboratory's

(AFRL)

Space Vehicle's Directorate, Integrated Experiments and Evaluation
Division
, Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.,

with the required research, engineering, technical,
and program management to perform aerospace technology research, analysis, integration,
and tes
t and evaluation to execute Air Force research.
The locations of the performance will
be at Holloman AFB, N.M., and at
Kirtland AFB
.
Work is to be completed by July 31, 2017.
The contracting activity is the Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles
Directorate's,
Contracting Division, Kirtland AFB.


Anthony

Tenorio,
chief executive officer

of ATA

and
managing m
ember of ATA
Aerospace
,
had this to say about the award.

T
his is an exciting opportunity to be able to
continue to support
the
AFRL’s
Integrated Experiments and Evaluation Division's

primary
mission to develop and integrate ground, space and near space experiments designed to
assess and prove emerging technologies and concept of operations for military space
applications.



ATA Aerospace
, a joint venture between Applied Technology Associates (ATA) and
ASRC Aerospace,

was created to bring comprehensive systems engineeri
ng, and integration
and test (I&T) support to Air Force Research Laboratory
’s

satellite and
high
-
altitude balloon
programs
.