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STRUCTURING SOLUTIONS FOR COMPLEX PROBLEMS

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Mission-Driven Engineering requires in-depth understanding of mission and historical context to organize complex requirements and operational concepts into distinct, solvable problems. This builds the foundation crucial to mission success – one from which designers, fabricators, integrators, testers, and operators can do what they do best. Our expertise ensures the solution meets the mission, be it answering a critical national need, meeting a commercial demand, or exploring another world. Our number-one goal is mission success.

MISSION
ENGINEERING

We have broad experience with every program phase from early concept definition through operations and sustainment. Our experts include specialists from the space, air, terrestrial, maritime, and cyber domains who leverage standardized processes (MBSE, Agile, DoDAF, and INCOSE) to define, organize, and manage systems development. We’re here to ensure you meet your mission effectively and efficiently with three primary options: product delivery, team augmentation, and government-direct support.

MISSION ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS

PRODUCT DELIVERY

We support every stage of project and systems development with services including architecture definition, requirements specifications, concept of operations, functional analysis, verification planning, and independent verification and validation.

TEAM AUGMENTATION

We boost your team on a short- or long-term basis with our corps of vetted professionals, including systems engineers, design engineers, mission assurance experts, process engineers, subject matter experts, and program staff.

GOVERNMENT-DIRECT SUPPORT

We provide leadership and experts for government-direct SE&I and SETA support, including systems engineering, knowledge management, configuration/data management, factory support, and space systems development.

Commercial pricing for SE&I and SETA efforts