From needs analysis through conceptual design to execution and sustainment, SPA assures processes and systems perform as designed and operate within acceptable levels of risk. Our Nation relies on a diverse network of systems to meet its security objectives. Throughout our history, our team of forward-looking systems engineers and safety analysts have supported the government in conceiving the next generation of systems. Long after deployment, we continue to help our clients maintain and improve the performance, efficiency, and effectiveness of their mission-critical systems. Our experience ensures our clients can achieve their operational objectives throughout all phases of a system’s life cycle.
Please see our project gallery for examples of missions we’ve supported.
The Nation’s newest satellite system, NASA’s Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS), provides observations of Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and land. We support the daily operations and mission assurance activities that ensure the safety, reliability, and quality of materials.
When the Navy and other military service branches required support designing and operationalizing highly secured underground storage facilities, they turned to SPA. We leveraged our experience and expertise to define requirements and operational concepts while applying safety principles that met policy and strategic objectives.
Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar (EASR) is the Navy’s next-generation radar system for aircraft carriers and amphibious warfare ships. Our development, testing, and installation support has aided the Navy in successfully executing EASR’s first live land-based target acquisition test.
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