BETHESDA, Md. — On Tuesday, September 4, 2007, Futron Corporation announced the award of the Strategic Planning and Business Management Support contract by NASA Johnson Space Center. This contract will support NASA’s Space Shuttle transition and retirement efforts as the Agency moves to retire the space shuttle and develop the next generation vehicle. The contract is for two years with three one-year options.

“Futron is very pleased to continue our work with the NASA Space Shuttle Program and is committed to the successful transition and retirement of the Space Shuttle. Futron appreciates the confidence expressed by the Strategic Planning Office’s decision, and looks forward to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead,” said Joseph Fuller, Jr., President of Futron.

Futron provides leading-edge decision support consulting services to organizations throughout the aerospace and telecommunications industries. In a world of risk and uncertainty, our results help clients make higher quality business and technical decisions. Our aerospace consulting services include market and industry analysis, engineering and management services, safety and risk management, and communications and information management.

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