For 48 years, we have partnered with our clients to help inform decisions that have had and continue to have strategic and lasting impacts on national security. Learn more about our expertise and clients
We are a premier provider of Advanced Analytics; Systems Engineering & Safety Analysis;
Strategy, Policy & Compliance; Program & Acquisition Management; and Agile Software Development.
Since our inception, advanced analytics has been the cornerstone of our client support, transforming the decision-making process along the way.
Our expert support spans a system’s lifecycle, starting with Research and Development and extending through system retirement.
Our staff of subject matter experts have supported the development of national security strategy and policy for nearly half a century.
Our highly credentialed staff offers a range of cross-functional services that ensure cost-effective resource allocation and program management.
Decisions are complex. Our purpose-built software tools simplify the decision-making process with defendable analysis.
As a young Marine Corps Infantry Officer transitioning out of military service, Caleb K. had big decisions to make. How would he find the right place to… Read More
Melissa M., an Assistant Program Manager supporting submarine security and survivability, exemplifies the art of the possible. Given her background—no… Read More
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Marcus T. has been at SPA for 3.5 years and today is a Senior Contracts Administrator. Before arriving at SPA, Marcus worked at a number of defense and… Read More
Remaining with one company for 30 years and counting is a rare feat these days. John B. began his career with SPA as an intern over three decades ago.… Read More
Staff to Offer Industry Support for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification
For the seventh year in a row, Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA), has been named a Top Workplace by The Washington Post for the Washington D.C…
Decisions are complex. What if you could model and explore the effects of any decision before you implement it in the real world?