Huntsville, AL – Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis, Inc. (CSSA) recently announced a new subcontract award for NASA’s Artemis program, which will develop and build a Human Landing System (HLS) to take the first woman and next man to the lunar surface by 2024. CSSA will support Dynetics, one of three prime contractors selected for the program.
Known as the sister program to Apollo, Artemis will create a sustainable architecture for the return to the moon that will also enable expanded exploration and future space travel to Mars. In the initial phase of development, CSSA’s role on the Dynetics team will include providing both engineering services and process improvement services in the areas of software and systems engineering, integration, and test. The company joins an impressive team of subcontractors to fulfill the Artemis initiative.
Established in 2001, CSSA supports customers in the Department of Defense, NASA, and the commercial sector through software engineering, systems engineering, and process improvement services. The Huntsville-based company adheres strictly to its core values of offering only the highest standards of service, resulting in 100% customer satisfaction ratings for more than 15 years.
CSSA’s President and CEO said, “CSSA is thrilled to be supporting Dynetics as a subcontractor for NASA’s Artemis program. It’s an honor to contribute to such a pivotal initiative for the future of space exploration. God has blessed Cepeda Systems once again, and we look forward to working with this dynamic team.”