Analex Corporation, a leading provider of mission-critical professional services to federal government clients, today announced its selection by NASA as the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) Small Business Contractor of the Year for 2005. Analex won this honor for its excellent support to NASA through the Expendable Launch Vehicle Integrated Services (ELVIS) Contract.

In its nomination KSC commended Analex on its “outstanding collection of technical talent.” Among other reasons for the award, KSC included Analex’s large contributions in support of NASA to enhance risk mitigation processes and its superior capabilities in proactive approaches to solving engineering challenges.

“We thank NASA for their recognition of the quality of Analex’s work and the strength of our professional team,” said Sterling Phillips, Chairman and CEO of Analex. “We look forward to continuing to build our long-term relationship with NASA.”

About Analex

Analex ( specializes in providing intelligence, systems engineering and security services in support of our nation’s security. Analex focuses on developing innovative technical approaches for the intelligence community, analyzing and supporting defense systems, designing, developing and testing aerospace systems and providing a full range of security support services to the U.S. government. The Company’s stock trades on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol NLX. Analex investor relations can be reached at or 703-852-1392.

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