The Chenega MIOS companies, Articus Solutions (AS), Chenega Defense and Aerospace Solutions (CDAS), Chenega Worldwide Support (CWS), and Venturi are attending the Space and Missile Defense (SMD) Symposium in Huntsville, AL, on Aug. 10-12, 2021.
Venturi has supported the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) and other federal agencies with Engineering & Professional Services, Logistics, and Software Engineering services since its start in 2006. Venturi has exhibited at the symposium every year since 2009, and it is the ideal event for them to display their capabilities to the MDA and other agencies while building partnerships with other organizations. This year is the first time some of its sister companies will be joining them at the SMD symposium.
Visit Venturi at the SMD Symposium in the South Hall, booth 8!
The SMD Symposium is the leading educational, professional development, and networking event in the space and missile defense community. The event is hosted by the Huntsville Air Defense Artillery Association (ADAA); Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association (ASMDA); and the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). Together they draw leaders and professionals from the United States and others worldwide to attend the symposium.
MIOS companies range from awaiting 8(a) award to having graduated to competing on the full and open market. Of the 18 MIOS subsidiary companies, those listed below will be attending the SMD Symposium with the goal of not only meeting agency advocates, but also new Prime partners, and other 8(a)s who may be interested in teaming.
About Huntsville Air Defense Artillery Association
The Redstone – Huntsville Chapter of the Air Defense Artillery Association is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the promotion of air and missile defense capabilities in the US Army. ADAA has been in existence for more than 20 years with the goal of supporting the Air Defense Artillery soldiers, their families, and their units. They sponsor several community events and social gatherings every year and provide scholarships to Space Camp and colleges for deserving local students.
About the Air Space and Missile Defense Association
The Air Space and Missile Defense Association was formed in 1995 in Huntsville, Alabama, as a non-profit, non-political educational, and scientific organization. ASMDA promotes the security of our Nation by providing programs and support for activities that contribute to the advancement of a common understanding of the vital importance of air, space, and missile defense systems to our Nation’s future.
The National Defense Industrial Association drives strategic dialogue in national security by identifying key issues and leveraging the knowledge and experience of its military, government, industry, and academic members to address them. NDIA is an educational non-profit that engages thoughtful and innovative leaders to promote the best policies, practices, products, and technology for warfighters and others who ensure the safety and security of our Nation.