Katherine Johnson IV&V facility

All Points to Provide Software Services to NASA Center in West Virginia

Huntsville, AL, October 4, 2021 – All Points is a key member of the TMC Technologies team recently awarded the NASA Software Assurance Tools Blanket Purchase Agreement at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. West Virginia-based TMC was awarded the five-year, $24 million contract to provide advanced systems and software engineering services in support of the Katherine Johnson Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility, home of NASA’s IV&V Program in Fairmont, West Virginia.

All Points will provide software tool development services to TMC and NASA’s IV&V Facility, drawing on the company’s core software development capabilities.

“Our partnership with TMC is growing as we find more opportunities to combine our complementary offerings for new customers,” said John Hall, Sr. Vice President of Business Development and Capture Management at All Points. “This team win showcases the value of our combined software development capabilities and experience.”

TMC President and Chief Executive Officer Wade Linger said the new award continues his firm’s decade-long relationship with NASA’s IV&V Program. “We’re honored NASA remains confident in our leading-edge technology offerings,” added Linger.

Established nearly 25 years ago as a Merritt Island, Florida-based service-disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB), All Points Logistics, LLC today has operations in 18 states and has grown into a leading solution provider to a diverse array of government and commercial customers. All Points offers solution development and systems integration in mission critical domains such as space, defense and cyber. The dedicated and diverse team at All Points has award winning expertise in software development, IT services, modeling and simulation, integrated logistics, and other specialties. Additional information can be found at www.allpointsllc.com

For more information about TMC Technologies of West Virginia, contact John Dahlia by phone at (681) 404-1225 or email john.dahlia@tmctechnologies.com.