Harness the power of innovative engineering solutions needed to solve the nation’s most complex operational challenges, ranging from space to defense and beyond.
Systems Engineering & Integration
High-end engineering is in our DNA. ASRC Federal provides mission-focused engineering services across the full-system lifecycle, problem-solving for virtually every engineering discipline. We develop hardware and software that improves platform availability, readiness, and system reliability. Beyond our own engineering solutions, our technology and manufacturing services include training and consultation to ensure you’re getting the ROI while equipping your agency for mission success.
Senior Vice President, Defense and Intelligence Sector
Delivering Cost Efficiencies to the U.S. Air Force
On the Launch System Mission Assurance Program, ASRC Federal provided technical assistance to the U.S. Air Force on their legacy ICBM solid-rocket motors in storage.
Recommended a two-pronged approach to solve the problem and maintain their initial launch date, exonerating the missile launch itself and the entire missile fleet.
Addressed a critical flaw in steering.
Helped save enormous financial costs for the U.S. Air Force.
Fabricating the Orion Vehicle for NASA’s Next Moon Mission
Providing technical services and operation support to human spacecraft assembly, test, integration, and production within the Operations and Checkout facility and other facilities near Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Provided necessary team that quickly learned SAP and prevented schedule disruption.
Recruited and brought on experienced support when Orion optics surge personnel were needed–all within 24 hours.
Delivered support to the spacecraft assembly, test, integration, and production needed for an integrated, verified, validated, and acceptance tested Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) spacecraft.
Operating Weather Satellites for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Provided spacecraft mission operations systems engineering under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Environmental Satellite, Data and Information system (NESDIS), specifically for Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites and Polar Operational Environmental Satellites.
Employed proper ground systems engineering strategies to ensure the availability, integrity, and confidentiality of NOAA system components to fulfill its mission’s goals.
Recognized by OSPO Outstanding Mission Operations Employees of the Year for work in successfully patching and rapid restorations to the service of the DSCOVR satellite.
Participated in a multi-level agency review of the events leading up to the breakup of NOAA 16 and designed a function that would help prevent future breakups.
From integration and testing of the next generation of U.S. Space Force satellites, to operating weather and crop forecasting satellites, to modernizing the National Air Space Systems, we help our customers unlock the full potential of space.
When it comes to space operations, we do more for our agency clients, like full systems engineering support for more than 25 polar and geostationary satellite programs. From mission concepts to satellite ground operations, to orbital and anomaly analysis, we bring the expertise and reliability necessary to ensure agencies have the most comprehensive space operations support.
“It’s been nearly a generation since our nation has experienced this much enthusiasm and change in the space launch industry. I am proud to lead ASRC Federal’s launch and engineering services team during these exciting times!”
Our team has the capability and eye for every detail, from small-scale design and production of specialized components, to assembly, integration, and production, to additive manufacturing.
Research & Development
We deliver high-end research and development services that support technologies at all stages, including design, and prototyping.
Flight/Launch & Propulsion Support
Whatever the flight or space mission, we have the engineering and maintenance services necessary to prepare and operate launch facilities, hardware, and spacecraft to ensure a successful launch, on time and everytime.