APL, a not-for-profit division of the Johns Hopkins University, meets critical national challenges through the innovative application of science and technology. With approximately 6000 employees, the Laboratory serves as a trusted technical resource for the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA, and many other government agencies. APL is the largest of the nations University-Affiliated Research Centers (UARC), which are independent, nonprofit organizations that conduct essential research, development, and systems engineering to support national security needs.
MCA provides support to APL under a multi-year IDIQ contract, serving their mission needs in the area of broad ranged architectural and engineering services.
PHOTO NOTE: The New Horizons Mission was launched in 2006 as part of NASA’s New Frontiers program, and was engineered by APL and the Southwest Research Institute. Its primary mission is to explore the dwarf planet Pluto, by undertaking a flyby which occurred on July 14, 2015, and then to explore one or more Kuiper Belt objects. This New Horizons Mission image of the surface of Pluto is shown for informational purposes only, to illustrate the type of groundbreaking research, engineering and development being undertaken by JHU Applied Physics Laboratory. Use of this image does not indicate either implicit or explicit endorsement of MCA’s professional services by either JHU-APL, NASA or SWRI.
- MCA provides the full range of our professional services for APL under a multi-year Broad Range Architectural/ Engineering Services Contract (IDIQ/ BOA)
- MCA has worked on a multiple project types for APL in response to the requirements for supporting APL's mission
- SPECIFIC PROJECT DETAILS WITHHELD IN ACCORDANCE WITH CLIENT NON-DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
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