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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Physical & Earth Sciences, Technology

Mission: Our purpose is to assist the government and other customers in conception, design, acquisition and operations of space systems. Mission: working to improve effectiveness for space operations and end-user communities, contributing to acquisition success and to 100% mission success.

Programs: The corporation's primary customer is the space and missile systems center (smc) of the air force space command. The corporation fulfills the functions of an architect-engineer for space systems. It assists with engineering tasks required to develop space systems, from initial concept and design to deployment and operation. Progress is monitored, alternatives and tests are analyzed, and problems are resolved in cooperation with industrial contractors and government laboratories. Aerospace laboratory research is directed toward advancements in military space systems, engineering feasibility studies of new system concepts, anomaly resolution, and analyses and forecast of domestic and foreign technologies. In fulfilling this architect-engineer role, aerospace strives to minimize system development and operational risks, which in turn protects acquisition schedules and aids in cost containment.

aerospace civil and commercial operation supports customers in three primary areas: nasa programs, noaa (national oceanic and atmospheric administration) programs and commercial, international and homeland security programs. The civil and commercial work enhances our mission assurance capabilities for our national security space customer, smc.

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3 Mrs Belcher

Client Served

Rating: 2

I will agree with some of your statements. I was denied overtime and eventually laid off because a supervisor boldly stated in a meeting he didnt want a female on his team. Though I filed a EEO complaint everyone was scared to verify his statement. I was eventually rehired after his retirement, but the feeling of being let down was always there. There are allot of great people there and it is a good company. However allot of work needs to be done in EEO. I was again laid off and told to train my replacement, a man. As a former Army Mechanic and truck driver there are still some that do not view a womans work as important.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 2

The management has made it clear that any employee who raises concerns about ethical improprieties that are occurring at the company will be terminated. Senior level executives are compensated inappropriately for a charitable, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that does not compete for contracts. In 2009, IRS form 990 indicates that $22 million in bonuses was paid to just 8 individuals who had retired from the company several years earlier. This excessive compensation was paid during a year in which the 4000 employees of the company were not given annual merit raises, and were not told the real reason why by the CEO Wanda Austin.

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