New Orleans – September 2015
The All Points’ Space Launch System (SLS) IT Team was honored on 17 September 2015 with the NASA Space Flight Awareness Award. Matthew Martin, Talon Miceli, and Steven Nguyen, All Points IT Specialists at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, received the award for their outstanding customer support on the SLS contract.
“During the past two years the Michoud Assembly Facility has evolved from a partially operational facility to a state of the art manufacturing facility – building our Nation’s biggest rocket ever assembled. The IT Team’s support in facilitating special guest tours and executing information technology requirements has not gone unnoticed. The success we have achieved in educating and promoting our site has been a team effort and essential in the future of space exploration. During the past two years, our sight has hosted over 50 special groups and guests. Each visit come with specific requirements that at times has challenged our team to be creative and innovated. The IT team strives to provide each and every visitor with a positive experience,” the Boeing nominators said with pride.
One of the top NASA awards, the Space Flight Awareness award is only given to those who have demonstrated exemplary teamwork, significantly contributing to the human space flight program and mission success.
The SLS IT Team has been fortunate to have received a number of commendations for supporting our customers, but this is certainly most significant. Our team is honored by the award and proud to support Boeing and NASA on the SLS Program,” said John Blubaugh, All Points Vice President and General Manager.
All Points operates the IT Service Center for Boeing at the MAF and includes hardware and software system configurations, management of Video Tele Conferencing (VTC), net services and end user support.