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Jacobs Technology is the advanced technology division of Jacobs, one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical, professional and construction services.
Founded in 1947, Jacobs has more than 65,000 employees worldwide serving a broad range of companies and organizations, including industrial, commercial, and government clients across multiple markets and geographies.
With 2012 revenues of nearly $11 billion, we have earned a reputation for excellence and outstanding technical and managerial achievements in quality, performance and safety and have been named one of Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired Companies” every year since the award’s inception in 2006.
Our fundamental business strategy is building long-term client relationships. With more than 65 years in the industry, we have attracted and retained clients by providing superior value — in fact, over 90 percent of our work is repeat business from loyal clients. This strategy yields cost advantages, profits and growth. The combination of a loyal client base and steady growth enables us to attract and retain the industry’s top talent.
Jacobs has a NASA partnership dating back to the Mercury Program and currently provides services at nine NASA centers on twelve major contracts across the nation.
At Kennedy Space Center, we are teaming with Engineering Research and Consulting, Inc. (ERC) and Aerodyne Industries LLC, to support NASA with the overall management and implementation of ground systems capabilities, flight hardware processing and launch operations on the Test and Operations Support Contract (TOSC).
TOSC encompasses support for the International Space Station (ISS), Ground Systems Development and Operations (GSDO), the Space Launch System (SLS), Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) and Launch Services Programs.
Jacobs is proud to be playing an integral role partnering with NASA as KSC transitions to a 21st century launch facility with multiple users from the government and commercial sectors.