TriVector celebrated a ribbon cutting on March 23rd to celebrate their new business classification of Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), their new President/CEO Mike Verhage, and their new headquarters location.
TriVector Services is now a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVO) Small Business with John (Mike) Verhage, Colonel, USAF, Ret. acting as the new President/CEO of the company.
Marc Verhage speaks about the challenges he faced and values and strengths that helped him lead TriVector during a pandemic as the company president.
Dr. Joey Shelton was awarded the NASA Exceptional Public Achievement Medal on March 4, 2021 at NASA's Agency-Level Virtual Honor Awards Ceremony.
TriVector is excited to announce that Keith Dill joined the TriVector Family earlier this year. Mr. Dill recently retired from NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) and brings a wealth of engineering experience to our team. Welcome, Keith!
TriVector's golf team, comprised of Alex Garner, Nathan Gibson, Spike McRoy, and Ethan Brown, won first place with a final score of 58 (-14) out of a field of over 20 teams.
We are pleased to announce that TriVector Services, Inc. has been awarded the prime contract, “Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Leadership", in support of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Coordination Office (NCO) for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing.
TriVector Wins Advanced Manufacturing Grant from Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program (DMCSP)
We are pleased to announce that TriVector Services, Inc., as part of the Alabama Defense Advanced Manufacturing Community (ADAMC) consortium and in partnership with the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), was awarded a portion of a $3.7M grant from the Department of Defense (DoD) under the Defense Manufacturing Community Support Program (DMCSP) by the Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA).
TriVector Services has named Nate Breard as the new Vice President for Civil Systems and he will serve as the Deputy for the Civil Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU) under Sr. Vice President, Ronnie Sams, here at TriVector. In his new role as Vice President, Mr. Breard will provide leadership to our Civil Systems employees and key support to our customers in NOAA, NASA, Commercial Space, and Energy in the fields of systems engineering and integration, project management, modeling and simulation, and configuration and data management.
TriVector Services has named Mr. Maurizio Mazza as the new Vice President for Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU) here at TriVector. He has over 35 years of leadership experience in both the military and commercial sector executing extensive complex developmental and operational weapon system programs.
TriVector Services has named Mr. Ronnie Sams as Senior Vice President of the Civil Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU). Prior to his promotion, Mr. Sams served as the Deputy Manager for the Civil Systems SBU.
Col (Ret.) Mike Verhage Named Senior Vice President of TriVector's Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit
TriVector Services is pleased to announce that John M. Verhage, Colonel, USAF, Ret. (Mike) is the new Senior Vice President and Lead of the Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU). Col (Ret.) Verhage will be in charge of the Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU) which provides key support to the U.S. Army, the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and the Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC).
In April, Jacobs management recognized Tim Atkins’ technical accomplishments by announcing him a winner of the Edwin F. Connors Award for work reported last year. The Jacobs Space Exploration Group (JSEG) gives this award at the end of each year for outstanding contributions by an individual or team that improves the quality of NASA support. Tim was nominated by his peers for this award, and was one of ten recipients selected by the JSEG Awards Committee.