HUNTSVILLE — Huntsville-based Mission Innovate has partnered with Leidos for NASA’s $2.5 billion AEGIS contract. Mission Innovate is a joint venture of Mission Multiplier Consulting and All Points Logistics.
The Advanced Enterprise Global Information Technology Solutions contract enables NASA to collaborate with its commercial, educational, and international partners.
The work is managed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.
The partnership will provide telecommunications, cloud, and data center services over 10 years, if all options and award terms are exercised.
The work is expected to provide roughly 800 jobs across all the participating team members.
“The Mission Multiplier joint venture is providing many innovative and cost-effective high-end technology solutions to NASA and other customers,” said Phil Monkress, CEO of All Points. “We are excited about our future with Jamie (Miller) and Leidos.”
Mission Multiplier is a HUBZone certified IT and cyber small business. The company was named Small Business of the Year by the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce in 2019.
All Points Logistics is a Florida-based service-disabled veteran owned small business. The company has operations in 18 locations, including Huntsville.