Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis Receives Prestigious MSFC Award

Huntsville, AL – Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis, Inc. (CSSA) received the 2016 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award from Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) during the recent Industry and Advocates Award Ceremony. The annual event honored prime contractors, subcontractors, and civil service teams for success and support of aerospace business with the NASA Center.

CSSA has provided engineering support to MSFC for more than a decade, and accepted the exclusive award following a comprehensive selection process. NASA civil service employees nominated eligible small businesses for assessment by a panel of NASA business procurement officials evaluating cost-conscious business practices, innovative processes, new technology implementation, and overall contributions to NASA's mission and the agency's Small Business Program.

CSSA President and CEO Sandra Cepeda said, “We are privileged to have such incredible customers at Marshall Space Flight Center and are humbled by their confidence in our work.” She continued, “I am extremely proud of the exceptional group of employees who represent our company so well and whose dedication and talents led to CSSA’s receiving this amazing honor. Praise be to God for continuing to bless us immeasurably, more than we ever asked or imagined.”

As the MSFC winner, CSSA is now a contender for the NASA 2016 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award through the agency’s Office of Small Business Programs.

Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis, Inc. (CSSA) and is an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business in Huntsville, Alabama. Established in 2001, CSSA supports customers in the Department of Defense, NASA, and the commercial sector with software engineering, systems engineering, and process improvement services.

Learn more at http://www.cepedasystems.com

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