ASI teams with All Points Logistics to win IDIQ Contract
Merritt Island, FL — October 8, 2013 — All Points Logistics LLC (All Points) and teammate Advanced Solutions, Inc (ASI), announced today that the company has been awarded a Prime Subcontract on the Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company (LMSSC) Technical Services Contract. This 5-year, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract will support LMSSC’s Civil Space line of business.
All Points and ASI will provide support that includes mission systems engineering, software engineering, vehicle integration, mechanical engineering and related services on all of Lockheed Martin’s Civil Space programs. Support will consist of trade studies, analyses, requirements definition, design, software, testing, safety and mission assurance, operations, collecting and providing supporting data, and more.
“We are very excited to be working with Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, an industry leader in the Civil Space arena,” said Steve Lloyd, All Points’ Chief Engineer and Executive Vice President – Engineering Division. “The Lockheed Martin legacy of space exploration and research has enabled the world to broaden its understanding of the universe, and All Points looks forward to working with, learning from and sharing our expertise with such an outstanding organization.”
Allen Bucher, ASI CEO added, “ASI has been supporting LMSSC since 1999 and this IDIQ and partnership with All Points will allow us to continue our outstanding support to LM and provide us with a strong teammate in All Points. We are excited to see how this new relationship will help us expand our offering and continue the superior support that Lockheed expects from ASI”.
LMSSC, a major operating unit of Lockheed Martin Corporation, designs, develops, tests, manufactures, and operates a full spectrum of advanced-technology systems for national security and military, civil government and commercial customers. Chief products include human space flight systems; a full range of remote sensing, navigation, meteorological and communications satellites and instruments; space observatories and interplanetary spacecraft; laser radar; ballistic missiles; missile defense systems; and nanotechnology research and development.