BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: All Points to Mentor Computational Design Engineering Company General Lattice

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All Points will mentor General Lattice, bringing important solutions to Airmen and the Warfighter

LEFT TO RIGHT: General Lattice CEO Nick Florek, All Points Director of Partnerships Steve Reed, David Sikora of OSD, General Lattice COO Alex Rhodes and All Points Chief Development Officer Steve Lloyd at the All Points headquaters located on Merritt Island.

Two-year Mentor Protégé agreement will fund All Points to mentor General Lattice in the areas of technology transfer and certifications, business operations, and business development best practices.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – The Air Force’s DoD Mentor Protégé Program Manager David Sikora led the kickoff of the All Points/General Lattice Mentor Protégé Agreement earlier this month at the All Points headquarters located on Merritt Island.

Per this agreement, All Points will mentor General Lattice, a computational design engineering company, bringing important solutions to Airmen and the Warfighter.

The two-year Mentor Protégé agreement will fund All Points to mentor General Lattice in the areas of technology transfer and certifications, business operations, and business development best practices.

General Lattice technology focuses on computational design of complex lattice structures for additive manufacturing that will allow lower cost and lighter weight materials for the Air Force.

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.

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.

All Points provides a full range of technology and mission-critical services within the firm’s core competencies including Systems Engineering and Technical Services; Information Technology and Cyber Security; Program Management Support; Software Development, Test, and Verification; Life-Cycle Logistics; Intelligence Services; Warfighter and Mission Support; and Hardware and Software Integration and Solutions (VAR).

ALL POINTS WAS NAMED a recipient of the Lockheed Martin Rigel Award during a special ceremony on July 15, 2021 at Lockheed Martin’s new STAR Center in Titusville. Above are, left to right, Mike Hawes, Lockheed Martin Orion Program Manager; Phil Monkress, All Points President and CEO; Steve Lloyd, All Points Chief Development Officer; Paul Marshall, Assistant Program Manager of the Lockheed Martin Orion Program at NASA; and Kevin Repa, All Points Vice President and General Manager.

For more information log on to AllPointsllc.com

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