SOURCE: nasaspaceflight.com

Headline: DSI wins subcontract on $60 million project to build critical piece of NASA launch vehicle

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (February X, 2014) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) – a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville – has been awarded a subcontract on a $60 million Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., contract to design and manufacture the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter (LVSA) for the Space Launch System (SLS) for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The SLS is NASA’s next generation launch vehicle, designed to provide safe, affordable, and sustainable access to science and human exploration beyond the earth’s orbit. It will carry the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle – along with cargo, equipment, and science missions – into deep space.

“Each team member knows the importance of this project to NASA and our nation,” said Andrew Davis, Director of Operations for DSI. “We are excited and humbled to be part such a professional and dedicated team, working together to build the LVSA for SLS.”

DSI is poised to become a leading systems, technology, and management solutions provider in aerospace, defense, and Homeland Security. The company is dedicated to information technology, quality engineering, analysis, research, and education focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. DSI provides strategic-level technical and educational services for various departments within the U.S. Government, providing solutions to ensure the United States maintains leadership in aerospace technologies, and to prepare our nation and allies to successfully defeat terrorism, as well as conventional and strategic threats.

For more information, please visit https://www.davisdsi.com/ or call (256) 489-0550.