William ‘Doug’ Hubbard Earns NASA Stars Award During Review at Marshall Space Flight Center
By Space Coast Daily // April 24, 2019
Hubbard manages the Marshall Data Center
All Points’ Vice President Randy Kline Congratulates William ‘Doug’ Hubbard On NASA Stars Award
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA – The NASA Stars Award was presented to William “Doug” Hubbard during the recent Out Brief of the Environmental Energy Functional Review at Marshall Space Flight Center Office of Center Operations.
The Environmental Energy Functional Review is a NASA headquarters review/audit that takes place at each NASA Center every three years.
“The Marshall Space Flight Center Office of Center Operations, Facilities Office, considers this audit/review very important because the details go to senior NASA management which is the ultimate review of their program,” said Randy Kline, All Points Vice President and Huntsville General Manager.
“The HQ team was so impressed with Doug and his willingness to not only do what’s right by the agency but the fact that he was self-driven to make a difference and to continually improve the facilities related to energy use.”
Hubbard manages the Marshall Data Center facilities in Building 4663/B160 and Building 4207/145B and Annex where he maintains the Data Center facility and coordinates work requests with Center Facilities Management.
He also provides housing service; supports and coordinates consolidation; develops and maintains the budget to sustain data center facilities; and supports safety and security monitoring and response for the facilities.
All Points recently celebrated the expansion of the company’s presence in the Cummings Research Park in Huntsville.
It is one of the world’s leading science and technology business parks, with a mixture of Fortune 500 companies, local and international high-tech enterprises, U.S. space and defense agencies, thriving business incubators and competitive higher-education institutions.
All Points, a resident of the research park for 10 years, has added 12,000 square feet to include additional executive offices to accommodate support staff to better serve All Point’s Redstone Arsenal and NASA customers.
The Marshall Space Flight Center is the U.S. government’s civilian rocketry and spacecraft propulsion research center. The largest NASA center, its first mission was developing the Saturn launch vehicles for the Apollo Moon program.
Marshall has been the agency’s lead center for Space Shuttle propulsion and its external tank; payloads and related crew training; International Space Station (ISS) design and assembly; and computers, networks, and information management.
The center also contains the Huntsville Operations Support Center (HOSC) – also known as the International Space Station Payload Operations Center, a facility that supports ISS launch, payload and experiment activities at the Kennedy Space Center.
The HOSC also monitors rocket launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station when a Marshall Center payload is on board.
In addition to Huntsville, All Points has offices in Merritt Island, Florida; Reston, Virginia; and Houston, Texas.
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