NASA MSFC Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award presented to JBS Solutions
On September 21, 2017 at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MFSC) Marshall Small Business Alliance (MSBA) meeting, as part of its Industry & Advocate Awards for FY 2017, JBS Solutions, Inc. (JBS) was presented a Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award for their “exemplary support to Teledyne Brown Engineering under the Engineering Solutions and Prototyping Contract.” After accepting the award, JBS’s CEO/President Sherrie Nash commented, “We are proud to partner with a great company such as Teledyne Brown Engineering to support NASA’s SLS Mission. I’m especially proud of my employee, Ronnie Smith, who has poured his heart and soul into the Transportation and Logistics Planning for the manufacturing of the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter.”
Our Mission Operations and Integration employees John Miller (standing 4th from left) and Harold Sullivan (standing 5th from left) were featured in the July 2017 Edition of the Team Teledyne Press as June Superstars!
Jameson Holland (standing on the front row, 2nd from the left) joined Miller and Sullivan by also being featured as a superstar in Teledyne’s press.
JBS Supports the HUBZone Accelerator first event... "Doing Business with the HUBZones"
CEO Sherrie Nash and Elizabeth Morgan shared with over 200 attendees at the HUBZone Accelerator event..."Doing Business with the HUBZones" on February 21. They also were excited to participate in the NASA Marshall Small Business Alliance on February 22 with over 700 attendees. Thanks to the Catalyst Center for Business & Entrepreneurship for coordinating this event along with the HUBZone Accelerator Steering Committee. JBS Solutions is a proud supporter!
NASA moves Exploration Mission-1 Rocket Hardware for Outfitting
With the historic Saturn I rocket that paved the way for America's first lunar missions in the background, NASA moved the Space Launch System launch vehicle stage adapter, which will be used for Exploration Mission-1. Engineers recently completed the application of thermal insulation to the adapter at a specialized facility at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.