Congratulations! Johnson Space Center is the 2019 winner of the agency’s prestigious Small Business Administrator’s Cup – the first time Johnson has been awarded the cup. The award is
presented each year to recognize the NASA center with the best overall
small business program.
NASA’s Johnson Space Center Director, Mark Geyer, accepted the cup on behalf of the Johnson team on Tuesday prior to the Associate Administrator Town Hall.
“We are proud of Johnson for achieving this historic milestone,
winning the Small Business Administrator’s Cup for the first time. Johnson is
NASA’s largest center based on procurement dollars awarded and has demonstrated
its support to small business through both direct and subcontracting awards.”
said Delgado, whose office sponsors the award. “This award is a testament to
their leadership’s commitment to our small business program and hard work put
in by the entire team.”
“The entire Johnson Space Center team congratulates the
Procurement Office on this accomplishment,” Geyer said. “The procurement team
is a critical part of Johnson’s mission, ensuring that we are able to enlist
the best companies to help us accomplish the amazing work we do in human
spaceflight. Working with small businesses, enables the creation of competitive
capabilities that help NASA and the country reach its goals.”
The award honors considered ten program areas and the significant
contributions that the center's senior management, program and technical
personnel, and procurement office have made to the agency's Small Business
To learn more about the innoivative business strategies that led to this award, read the Directors Series HERE.
The 2019 Administrator's Cup awarded to Johnson.