Supplier partners will provide products and services to the International Space Station
HUNTSVILLE – The Boeing Company awarded Ignite (formerly ALATEC, Inc.) a Logistics and Maintenance Support contract under the Boeing Engineering and Technical Support Services program to support NASA’s International Space Station (ISS), in which Boeing is the prime contractor. Ignite is one of six small and diverse businesses selected to provide expertise in a number of areas, including engineering, information technology, software development and mission assurance support. Based at the Johnson Space Center, Ignite will provide integrated logistics and depot maintenance services in support of the ISS.
“Ignite is honored to be chosen by a world class company such as Boeing and to further the mission of the International Space Station to advance research and technology for the benefit of all humanity,” said Jason Shelton, Ignite CEO.
Ignite is a Department of Veteran’s Affairs Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and minority Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) corporation. Ignite also provides Systems and Software Engineering, Cyber Network Defense, and Modeling, Simulation and Analysis. Ignite has nationwide reach with over 250 employees supporting organizations such as Missile Defense Agency (MDA), US Fires Center of Excellence, US Army Logistics Support Agency, US Army Training and Doctrine Command Analysis Center (TRAC) and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.