Australian Space Agency Selects SPA Australia as Supplier to Provide Support Services; William Vantine Quoted

Australian Space Agency Selects SPA Australia as Supplier to Provide Support Services; William Vantine Quoted
Dr. William Vantine, president and CEO of Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA)

Systems Planning and Analysis Australia (SPA Australia), a wholly owned subsidiary of SPA,  has been selected as a potential supplier to the Australian Space Agency Support Services Panel, the company reported on Tuesday.  

“We are excited to bring our many years of cutting-edge, advanced analytical techniques and sophisticated, proven software tools to help support the Australian Space Agency with their risk management efforts,” said Dr. William Vantine, SPA president and CEO.

Under the agreement, SPA Australia will serve as a potential supplier to support the Australian Space Agency with risk management and specialist support services. The work will be conducted by the SPA Australia office in Canberra with support from its parent company, SPA.

SPA has an extensive history of supporting national security clients including the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). SPA will leverage proven capabilities, including advanced analytics, risk management services and customized software tools development.

“We are honored to have the opportunity to build a strong working relationship with our Australian counterparts, helping them make well-informed decisions that will impact their future operations,” Vantine added. 

About SPA 

Systems Planning and Analysis provides innovative and leading-edge solutions integrating technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business factors in support of important national security objectives. Our capabilities include Advanced Analytics; Software Tool Development; System Engineering and Safety Analysis; Strategy, Policy and Compliance; Program and Acquisition Management. 

Our employees have expertise in many domains, including Land, Undersea, Surface and Air Warfare Operations; Radar and Sensor Systems; Unmanned Systems and Counter Systems; Nuclear Deterrence Policy, Safety and Security; Defence Industrial Base; Space Systems; Ballistic Missile Systems; and Hypersonics.

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