All Points Selected as Lockheed Martin Space 2021 Outstanding Small Business Award Recipient
By Space Coast Daily // September 7, 2021
All Points has successfully supported many Lockheed Martin space projects since 2013
WATCH: All Points was awarded the Rigel Award July 15 by Lockheed Martin for outstanding work on the Artemis Program. On the heels of recently being the recipient of the 2019 Rigel Award for outstanding small business support on NASA’s Orion program, Merritt-Island-based All Points has been honored as the Lockheed Martin Space 2021 Outstanding Small Business Award recipient.
WATCH: The leadership team of Space Coast-based All Points, discuss being named a Rigel Award winner from Lockheed Martin in an exclusive interview on Space Coast Daily TV. Interviewees include All Points Chief Development Officer Steve Lloyd, Chief Operating Officer Tom Niemeyer and All Points Vice President/ GM Kevin Repa.
BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – On the heels of recently being the recipient of the 2019 Rigel Award for outstanding small business support on NASA’s Orion program, Merritt-Island-based All Points Logistics, LLC
has been honored as the Lockheed Martin Space 2021 Outstanding Small Business Award recipient.
All Point will receive the Outstanding Small Business Award during a virtual presentation set for September 16.
Rick A. Smith, Vice President of Global Supply Chain Management for Lockheed, said All Points has successfully supported many Lockheed Martin space projects since January 2013.
“To date, the work All Points has performed has been approximately 90% software/software engineering as well as 10% engineering (stress, mechanical design, wire harness and Materials & Processes),” said Smith in a letter congratulating All Points President and CEO Phil Monkress.
“All Points primarily supports the Orion design and development and Orion Production and Operations programs but also supports Lucy, GOES, JANUS, Maven, OSIRIS-Rex, InSight, Mars Odyssey, JUNO, and others. All Points played a significant role in the Human Landing System proposal during the fall of 2020.”
All Points was asked to support Lockheed Martin’s strategic goal of getting 30+ employees at the Huntsville location in order to begin development efforts for the HLS program.
“All Points not only delivered on this time-sensitive goal, but they exceeded expectations,” said Smith.
All Points employees supporting Lockheed Martin are located in Houston, Denver, Huntsville, Kennedy Space Center and Phoenix.
All Points is not only recommended for the award by their Subcontract Administrator, but also by their Lockheed Martin technical contract managers and technical engineering leads.
Lockheed technical leads have confirmed that All Points:
■ Provides critical support to the
Backup Flight Systems support for continuous integration, mission recon, and lab support.
■ Provides critical support to the
Displays & Controls work for flight software production, test & verification, systems engineering, and sustainment.
■ Provides a broad range of expertise that serves multiple teams under Mainline Integration and Verification (MIV). They are an integral part of the MIV team and make significant contributions to our efforts on Artemis 2.
■ Timely with deliverables and accurate with their accounting.
All Points has built an excellent reputation in solution development and systems integration in strategic, high risk, security sensitive, mission-critical domains such as Space, Intelligence, Defense and Cyber, while also providing consistent, low risk, cost-effective and reliable products and services to a wide variety of customers in the civilian and commercial sectors.
Established nearly 25 years ago as a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), All Points has operations in 18 states and has grown into a leading solution provider to a diverse array of government and commercial customers.
Since 2013, All Points has been deeply involved at every major milestone of the Orion program as a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin
, developing the software and refining the technical capabilities of the multi-purpose crew vehicle that will carry astronauts to and beyond the Moon.
They have staked much of their identity on this long-range endeavor, and it has paid off.
As winners of the 2019 Rigel Supplier of the Year Award, which is given to the outstanding small business in the Orion program that goes above and “beyond contractual obligations” to make the program a success and now the recipient of a 2021 Outstanding Small Business Award, All Points continues to provide outstanding support to Lockheed Martin,
NASA, and NOAA in their efforts to explore our Moon, the Solar System, and beyond.
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