ATA Aerospace, a joint venture partnership of Applied Technology Associates (ATA) and ASRC Federal Space and Defense, has been awarded the Mechanical Integrated Services and Technologies (MIST) Contract at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD. The contract is a cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity small business set-aside contract with a maximum ordering value of $505 million.

Under the contract, ATA Aerospace will provide engineering services and related services to the Mechanical Systems Division (MSD) of the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) in support of a broad range of technical research and development activities for GSFC. Specifically, we will participate in the formulation, development, integration and operation of space flight and ground systems that support the Center’s science missions.

“Our team brings years of experience in development of space systems for DoD, NASA and JAXA [Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency], which contribute to our knowledge of Earth and space science,” said Tony Tenorio, ATA CEO and ATA Aerospace Managing Member. “We look forward to supporting the Goddard Space Flight Center in furthering their exciting mission of scientific discovery.”

ATA Aerospace, LLC is a populated joint venture formed by ATA, the managing partner, and ASRC Federal Space and Defense that brings together the talents of two successful companies with complementary capabilities and a focus in the aerospace industry. The company’s capabilities include comprehensive engineering, integration, logistics, and test services for satellite and high-altitude balloon programs. ATA Aerospace has a successful past performance history, established infrastructure, and a reputation for introducing innovations and efficiencies to its customers. For more information about ATA Aerospace, please visit