All Points hosted an Open House recently at the company’s newly refurbished Merritt Island, Florida headquarters where All Points CEO Phil Monkress, center; Phil Monkress, All Points Chief Development Officer, right; and Sid Kaul, All Points Senior Vice President for Innovation talked about the company’s exciting growth plans.
All Points announced two major new capabilities that expand the company’s product portfolio. The first is a new Titusville-based Software Center for Innovation and Technical Excellence, or Software CITE, and Mars Suite™ technology, which focuses on finding and reporting vulnerabilities in networks before they are exploited.
Brevard-based All Points will be a major sponsor of the Foundation of Associated Industries of Florida’s “Florida Cybersecurity Forum” event set for November 19 and 20 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
It was an inspiring evening as the National Space Club Florida Committee held its 2019 Celebrate Space Awards Oct. 19 at the Radisson Resort at the Port in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The Boeing Company congratulated All Points Logistics for earning recognition as a Boeing Performance Excellence Award recipient for 2018. All Points has maintained a minimum Silver composite performance rating for each month of the performance period from October 2017 through September 2018.
All Points will host an Open House on Wednesday, October 23, at the company’s newly refurbished headquarters, located at 190 S. Sykes Creek Parkway on Merritt Island. In addition to ribbon-cutting the company’s upgraded facilities, All Points executives will announce upcoming exciting new initiatives that will have a positive impact on Space Coast employment and tech sector.
All Points’ Lea Cahoon, Randy Kline and Peter Lenzner, along with guests John Robertson and Stephanie Jordan, joined local business leaders for Senator Doug Jones’ Washington update hosted by The Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce. All Points’ Dan Rhodes and John Hall were also in attendance.
All Points executives Peter Lenzner, left, and Col Kurt Weidenthal II were among space and missile defense community leaders and professionals from the United States and our allies around the world during the Space & Missile Defense Symposium held August 6 to 8 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
All Points’ mentor-protégé partner, Mission Multiplier, held a grand opening recently of its new office facility in the historic Huntsville Lincoln Mill.
You could say that All Points’ chief development officer Steve Lloyd has a genetic predisposition to the Space Coast and its cutting-edge technology, thanks to his father, Paul, who was so enamored at the opportunity to work in the business of space flight that he relocated his family to the area as soon as he could.
Lockheed Martin’s Scott Jones and Alex Flanagan speak with Space Coast Daily’s Giles Malone from Jetty Park at Port Canaveral after the successful launch of the Ascent Abort-2 Flight Test From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Tuesday morning.
All Points, a Space Coast-based company with offices in Virginia, Huntsville, Houston and Lousiana, was a proud sponsor of the 46th Space Congress, which is hosted by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies each year in collaboration with NASA Kennedy Space Center and Space Florida.
Today is Flag Day and Merritt Island-based All Points is celebrating the day by remembering the rich history of “Old Glory.”
Merritt Island, Florida-based All Points has announced that it will be a Diamond Sponsor for this year’ 11th annual National Cyber Summit, the nation’s premier and most innovative cyber security-technology event set for June 4-6 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
This summer marks a huge anniversary in our space program – the 50th-anniversary celebration of Apollo 11 and Space Coast-based All Points celebrated by participating in the “Rockets on Parade” art project that was part of the celebration in Huntsville, Alabama, where the company just expanded its operations.
All Points’ consistent ability to “deliver the goods” has earned the company numerous awards and recognitions, including the Top 100 Supplier Award from the Department of Homeland Security, the Small Business Subcontractor of the Year from NASA and Kennedy Space Center’s Small Business Subcontractor of the Year.
The Boeing Company recognized All Points for achieving superior supplier performance and extend its sincere congratulations to the employees of All Points for demonstrating their dedication to the high-performance standards necessary to meet customer expectations and remain competitive in the global economy.
All Points announced this week that retired U.S. Army officer and highly experienced executive Alvie Johnson has joined the company as Vice President for Army Accounts.
All Points executives joined other space leaders from around the world this week to discuss, address and plan for the future of space during the 35th Space Symposium being held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Florida Sunshine Chapter of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals named All Points’ Senior Vice President of Business Development Kevin R. Brown to its 2018 Chapter honors List.