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High Score! Employees Rate DSI in Best Places to Work Survey

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (February 22, 2017)

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) participated in the 2017 Best Places to Work survey which measured a wide range of research-validated workplace factors that impact employee engagement and satisfaction.

Best Places to Work fosters a workplace where employees willingly go above and beyond in their work, advocate for the organization and intend to stay into the future.

Excitingly, the Best Place to Work score average score of all DSI employee responses was 96.56… higher than the typical Best Place to Work micro-finalist in score of 95.

DSI scored 100 on “Knowing What Matters” (vs. the Best Places National Top 5% score of 99). When asked if they felt valued by their organization, employees responded, “The senior leaders of the organization value people as their most important resource.”

A random sampling of DSI's Best Places to Work optional open-ended employee responses is below:

“Great culture here! We support our customers in achieving their goals, and we achieve ours."

“I really enjoy working for DSI. This company has made me feel right at home as an important part of their team, and makes me feel like I am more important to them than just another employee. I really appreciate all they do for us to ensure we are happy and give us the tools and flexibility we need to be most successful at our jobs.”

“This is a great company to work for because the owner cares about their employees. You are a Human Being, not just a Pay Number on a piece of paper! You always feel appreciated, not just for your work, but for your thoughts/ideas. I have been here for a while, and I have absolutely no bad things to say about this company or our management staff.”

"Davis Strategic Innovations is a great company to work for and goes out of its way to support their employees. I very happy with my decision to come to work for DSI, and the opportunity I get every day to support the defense of our great nation.”

DSI Recognized as High-Performing Small Business Subcontractor by General Dynamics Information Technology

 

(Photo: Andrew Davis, seated first row, second from left.)  

FAIRFAX, Virginia (November 30, 2016)

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) announced today that it was recognized by General Dynamics Information Technology as a high-performing small subcontractor for their technical effort and performance during the past year. The General Dynamics Information Technology Quality Service Provider (QSP) Program uses an established quality rating system and an annual evaluation process to identify the highest-quality small business providers based on quality of work, timeliness, responsiveness, cost effectiveness and standards of conduct. In 2016, 12 QSP awards were given to GDIT subcontractors, confirming the QSP award to be a very significant achievement.

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. was recognized at an award ceremony held on November 30, 2016, at General Dynamics Information Technology headquarters in Fairfax, VA. The award was presented by Dan Johnson, President of General Dynamics Information Technology to Andrew Davis, DSI’s Director of Operations.

NASA Highlights DSI Support of SLS

 

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (June 14, 2016)-

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) was recently honored to be selected by NASA as one of the small businesses to be highlighted in the NASA publication, "Space Launch System: A Case for Small Business (NP-2016-03-2141-HQ), Pgs. 42 and 43."

Attached is a copy of the 2 page profile. DSI is proud to support NASA and our nation’s space program.

NASA: Tell us about your company’s history and its capabilities.

DSI: We are a premier engineering support company dedicated to engineering, science, analysis, research, and education. The company is a Service-Disabled Veteran–Owned Small Business that focuses on the technical support of complex customer requirements in the areas of safety, environmental, engineering, strategic planning, program management, and medical/public health. Since 2007, DSI has provided technical support to NASA in numerous engineering capacities such as safety, propulsion, stress, thermal, design, mechanical, hardware, and guidance and navigation. At the Kennedy Space center (KSC), DSI performs safety engineering and analysis, reliability, systems safety, and operations safety support through the S-MASS II contract. At Marshall Space Flight center (MSFC), DSI has three technical support contracts. In 2009, DSI received a MSFC Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award, presented for the company’s exemplary support to NASA.

NASA: How many employees does your company have?

DSI: DSI has 40 employees.

NASA: How long have you supported the SLS Program?

DSI: DSI has supported the SLS Program since its inception and is proud to have provided past engineering support to NASA’s Constellation Program as well.

NASA: Describe what services or support you provided to the SLS Program.

DSI: We support the NASA MSFC Space Launch System Program Office on the launch vehicle stage adapter (LVSA) contract. The LVSA is part of the evolvable SLS configuration. DSI also supports the Spacecraft and Payload Integration and Evolution (SPIE) Office, which is an integral part of the Space Launch System, and is responsible for the management, planning and integration of spacecraft, including the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) and pay-loads in support of the SLS vehicle. The DSI Team provided extensive Stress Engineering and Finite Element Analysis support, completed the Safety Plan in accordance with SLS- RQMT-015 and Program Hazard Analysis Requirements, completed the LVSA Safety and Mission Assurance (SMA) Plan in multiple volumes, provided the Reliability and Maintainability Plan, as well as, the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis and Critical Items List Plans.

NASA: How has your business evolved or grown supporting the SLS Program?

DSI: Many of our capabilities in Stress Engineering and Finite Element Analysis and Reliability and Maintainability Engineering have become more robust due to the critical nature of the SLS project and its complexities. Joining the SLS team enabled DSI to continue supporting the NASA’s historic and scientific missions and contributing to the United States’s prominence in space.

NASA: Describe future endeavors for your small business with NASA and/or the Federal Government.

DSI: NASA is a unique and exciting customer to support—the Agency’s aeronautic, space, scientific, and exploratory mission pushes the envelope and continues to be a source of national identity and global recognition. DSI endeavors to increase support to NASA in technical engineering across a greater number of Centers. The company also wants to engage in an increased number of NASA projects, through subcontracting to outstanding primes and, where a business case supports, by pursing prime engineering support opportunities.

The full publication is available at http://www.osbp.nasa.gov/docs/236209_SLS-TAGGED.pdf.

 

Dr. Davis Elected to ASMDA Board

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (January 21, 2016) - Davis Strategic Innovations was honored to have Dr. Jim Davis selected as a Board Member of the Army Space and Missile Defense Association at ASMDA’s 2016 Annual Membership and Award Luncheon held at Von Braun Center's North Hall.The audience of over 306 included many dignitaries including US Representative Mo Brooks and other senior level public servants, multiple General Officers and government Senior Executive Service members from Redstone Arsenal.

Mr. Al Kemmet, 2015 ASMDA President, stated that as ASMDA completes its 21th year, “we can be very proud of the role that ASMDA plays in advancing a common understanding of the vital importance of space and missile defense systems to our national defense.  He explained, “the Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association was formed in 1995, right here in Huntsville, as a non-profit, non-political educational and scientific organization with the mission to promote the security of our Nation by providing programs and support for activities that contribute to advancing the vital importance of air, space, and missile defense systems.”  He also mentioned, “our objective is to foster communications and relationships between government activities with responsibilities for, or interests in air, space, and missile defense; local government organizations; and local industries.”

“It’s truly an honor,” Dr. Davis noted, “to help promote the defense of our Nation through strong space and missile defense programs. Through a common understanding of the importance of space and missile defense systems to our national defense, we can encourage our nation and its citizens to place space and missile defense in the forefront of our advocacy efforts, fiscal budgets and technological efforts. The ASMDA’s charter allows us to come together to do just that.”

 

DSI Awarded Model-Based Systems Engineering Subcontract

DSI was awarded a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) subcontract to SAIC in support of the Software Engineering Directorates' (SED) Center of Model-Based Acquisition and Technology (CoMBAT) team. The SED team of civil servants and contractors provides world-class system and software engineering life cycle management support to customers and warfighters. SED is a subordinate organization to U. S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), which is itself a subordinate organization to the Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) – the Army’s focal point for providing research, development, and engineering technology and services for aviation and missile platforms across the lifecycle.

DSI Welcomes New Director of Army Programs

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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (February 3, 2015) - Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), recently welcomed a new executive, COL (ret) Neal Petree to the team. As the Director of Army Programs, Mr. Petree will be the lead DSI interface for U.S. Army military, civilians, and contractors and their programs.

He brings to DSI more than 38 years of combined military, industry, and corporate experience supporting the Department of Defense. Previously, Mr. Petree was the Senior Vice President of the Engineering Sector of Defense Solutions at Vencore/QinetiQ North America, where he directed a 234-person team in support of Aviation and Missile programs.

Mr. Petree also served as Director of EXPRESS Programs for QinetiQ North America, and prior to that, he was a Deputy Director at Camber Corporation. He is a former Brigade and Battalion Commander for the 1st Aviation Brigade at Fort Rucker and 2-52nd Aviation Battalion (CH-47) at Camp Humphries, Korea, as well as the G3 Aviation Division Chief of the U.S. Forces Command, Fort McPherson, in Atlanta, Ga. 

Mr. Petree is a recipient of the Order of St. Michael (Silver) Award, Defense Superior Service Award, Legion of Merit (2), Bronze Star, Air Medal, Army Meritorious Service (6), and Senior Aviator, Airborne, and Air Assault awards.  He graduated with a degree in Political Science from the University of South Florida and received his Master of Science in National Resourcing Strategy from the National Defense University’s Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

"We are excited to have Neal on the DSI team," said Dr. Jim Davis, DSI President. "Neal had an extraordinary military career and has continued his service to our nation as a civilian for the past 10 years. Neal has the same values that are so dear to DSI and our customers. He also understands business and the needs our nation has for a strong military. As the Director of Army Programs, Neal will apply his experience in AMCOM EXPRESS, engineering support, Army aviation and Joint/Army staff helping improve the warfighter's effectiveness and enhancing DSI's ability to deliver superior support to our customers."

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550. 

DSI Supports Historic Orion Launch

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (December 2, 2014) -- Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), is proud to have played a part in the recent launch of NASA's Orion capsule. 

The spacecraft launched on Dec. 5 at 6:05 a.m. (CST), atop a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy Rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. 

This is a new spacecraft series that NASA hopes will take astronauts beyond Earth's orbit by the 2020s to an asteroid, and, ultimately, Mars. Orion passed its first test, flying 3,604 miles beyond Earth and lapping the planet twice. 

One of DSI's team members was aboard the ship to recover the module as Orion re-entered Earth's atmosphere and landed in the Pacific Ocean 275 miles west of Baja, Calif., about 4.5 hours after launch.

"At DSI, it is a privilege to support the historic Orion launch," said Andrew Davis, DSI's Director of Operations. "Every person supporting NASA should be proud of their contribution to this next great step in America' space program. I will tell you, I am a little envious of our DSI team member who was on a ship in the Pacific recovering the Orion capsule!" 

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550. 

DSI's Dr. Jim Davis Recognized During National Veterans Small Business Week

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Dr. Jim Davis, president of Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), was recognized by WAAY 31, a Huntsville TV station, during National Veterans Small Business Week for his accomplishments as a veteran and small business owner. 

From November 3 to 7, veteran business owners were honored across the country for their continual service to the United States by creating jobs and fueling economic growth. Veteran business owners are responsible for one in 10 small businesses in America. They generate more than $1.5 trillion in receipts each year and employ nearly 6 million workers in the process. 

Davis founded DSI in 2006, after nearly 30 years of serving in the U.S. Army and Air Force, where he worked his way up to medical air commander. 

"The military led me through multiple experiences that provided a level of security, understanding, and an ability to fight through the storm that I probably would not have gotten in any other field," Davis said. 

DSI works with the Department of Defense and NASA to provide engineering and high-level analytical services and solutions to ensure the United States maintains leadership in aerospace technologies, and to prepare the U.S. and its allies to successfully defeat terrorism, as well as conventional and strategic threats.  

To view the full article from WAAY31, click here.

To view Dr. Jim Davis' interview with WAAY31, click here.  

DSI Honors AFA Community Partner Program

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (September 15, 2014) -- For the past five years, Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) has supported the Air Force Association (AFA) Community Partner Program. 

The Community Partner Program provides the AFA the ability to present Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) and Cyber Patriot scholarships. It also supports the national AFA organization and the AFA's Tennessee Valley Chapter. 

"Huntsville is blessed to have so many excellent professional associations," said Andrew Davis, DSI's Director of Operations. "It's an honor to be able to contribute to the uniformed services by providing both professional contract support and also donations to the service's associations." 

The AFA is a non-profit, independent, professional military and aerospace education association that supports the nation's need for adequate aerospace power to ensure the security of the United States. 

From Left to Right: George Krym, Vice President, AFA Chapter 335 Community Partner Program, Dr. Jim Davis, President, DSI, Andrew Davis, Director of Operations, DSI

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550. 

‘Inc.’ Magazine Names DSI One of America’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2014

 

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (August 28, 2014) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) – a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama – has been named one of Inc. magazine’s 5,000 Fastest Growing Private Companies for 2014.

DSI was ranked #3,886 in the 33rd annual listing, with $5.3 million in revenue, representing a 79 percent sales growth.

Companies are ranked based on average revenue growth from the past three fiscal years, with 2010 as a base year. The 2014 list of companies represents a median growth rate of 516 percent, aggregate revenue of $211 billion, and creation of more than 505,000 jobs within the past three years.

In 2011, DSI placed #301 nationally on the Inc. 5,000 list and was one of three Huntsville companies on the Inc. 500 list.

“In this austere economy, DSI continues to grow. We believe this growth has come from our customers recognizing our commitment to integrity and superior quality service,” said Dr. Jim Davis, President of DSI. “We value our customers and verbally promote them at every opportunity so they are seen as leaders in their fields.”

Read DSI’s full Inc. 500/5,000 profile here: http://inc.com/profile/davis-strategic-innovations.

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550.

DSI on Winning SSDD HWIL Team

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (April 30, 2014) - Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) is on a winning AMCOM EXPRESS team with Torch Technologies for a contract supporting Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center's (AMRDEC) System Simulation and Development Directorate (SSDD).

The mission of the SSDD is to deliver collaborative and innovative engineering solutions in System Design, Development, Integration, Analyses, and Modeling & Simulation to advance aviation, missile, and defense capabilties.

The task order will support SSDD's world-class facilities and enhance and maintain its current suite of missile element modeling, digital simulation, Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL), and prototype development facilities; the contract for missile element simulations has a potential value of $71 million.

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550.

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DSI WINS SPAATZ ACADEMIC CENTERS SUBCONTRACT

 

DSI has been awarded a subcontract to Booz Allen Hamilton for support for the U.S. Air Force Air University Spaatz Academic Centers contract.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (March 3, 2014) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) – a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama

The contract provides support for the daily operations of the Spaatz Academic Centers to enable successful achievement of research and education missions.

Within Air University, the Spaatz Academic Centers undertake significant research on behalf of the Air Force, the Department of Defense (DoD), and other Government agencies. The Spaatz centers contribute to AU’s mission to provide the full spectrum of Air Force education, by offering subject matter expertise to faculty in the areas of curriculum development, wargaming, and advising student research.

The centers include USAF Culture and Language Center (AFCLC) with its embedded UAF Negotiation Center of Excellence (NCE), USAF Counterproliferation Center (CPC), AU Center for Strategy and Technology (CSAT), and UAF Public Affairs Center of Excellence (PACE).

“The USAF Spaatz centers at Maxwell AFB play a crucial role in defending our nation against specific and lethal threats,” said Dr. Jim Davis, President of DSI and former Deputy Director of the USAF Counterproliferation Center. “We are honored to have served in these centers and now to support the centers once again.”

 

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or call (256) 489-0550. 

DSI ON WINNING NASA SLS LVSA TEAM

DSI wins subcontract on $60 million project to build critical piece of NASA launch vehicle

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (February 1, 2014) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) – a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville – has been awarded a subcontract on a $60 million Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., contract to design and manufacture the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter (LVSA) for the Space Launch System (SLS) for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

The SLS is NASA’s next generation launch vehicle, designed to provide safe, affordable, and sustainable access to science and human exploration beyond the earth’s orbit. It will carry the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle – along with cargo, equipment, and science missions – into deep space.

“Each team member knows the importance of this project to NASA and our nation,” said Andrew Davis, Director of Operations for DSI. “We are excited and humbled to be part such a professional and dedicated team, working together to build the LVSA for SLS.”

DSI is poised to become a leading systems, technology, and management solutions provider in aerospace, defense, and Homeland Security. The company is dedicated to information technology, quality engineering, analysis, research, and education focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. DSI provides strategic-level technical and educational services for various departments within the U.S. Government, providing solutions to ensure the United States maintains leadership in aerospace technologies, and to prepare our nation and allies to successfully defeat terrorism, as well as conventional and strategic threats.

For more information, please visit http://www.davisdsi.com/ or call (256) 489-0550.

 

PICTURE SOURCE: nasaspaceflight.com

 

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or contact us at 256-489-0550.

 

DSI Helps Sponsor SSV Golf Tournament

 

DSI recently sponsored a hole at the 8th Annual Still Serving Veterans Golf Tournament, which supports veterans and their families.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. – a Service-Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville 

The tournament’s aim is to raise awareness of the hardships veterans and their families face as they transition to civilian life, as well as to generate funds to support programs Still Serving Veterans provides to all veterans.

“As a partner in our nation’s defense efforts, DSI is committed to supporting our veterans as they transition from serving our country in the military back into civilian lifestyles,” said Jim Davis, president of DSI. “The Golf Tournament is a fun and effective way to help Still Serving Veterans meet those goals.”

The four-person golf scramble took place Oct. 7, 2013, at Cherokee Ridge, a scenic golf course in Union Grove, Ala. Competitions included “Beat the Pro,” “Longest Drive,” “Hole-in-One,” and more.

“It was a beautiful day for golf, and we’ve been told the tournament was highly successful in raising funds for SSV programs,” said Davis, a retired colonel who served in both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force before becoming president of DSI.

Eighty-six cents of every dollar raised at the tournament will go directly toward programs that benefit veterans, including outreach and education, assistance in obtaining VA benefits, training for meaningful new careers, individual advocacy, and case management support. Still Serving Veterans also maintains community partnerships with Veteran Service Organizations for quality referrals, long-term career development, and employment placement. Since its founding in 2006, Still Serving Veterans has assisted more than 10,000 veterans and their families nationwide. For more information, visit www.stillservingveterans.org.

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. is dedicated to providing high-quality information technology, engineering, analysis, research, and education focused on technical, policy, and procedural issues to enhance national security. The company provides strategic-level technical and educational services for various departments within the U.S. government, providing solutions to ensure the United States maintains leadership in aerospace technologies, and to prepare our nation and allies to successfully defeat terrorism, as well as conventional and strategic threats. 

 

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or contact us at 256-489-0550.

DSI Supports DMDC’s SPOT-ES Program

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (June 1, 2013) – Davis Strategic Innovation, Inc. (DSI) is honored to be a member of the team recently awarded the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) contract, supporting DMDC at its locations in Seaside, California and Alexandria, Va. Under the EITS contract, DSI provides Program Management Office (PMO) support for the Synchronized Pre-Deployment Operational Tracker (SPOT) Enterprise Suite database system.

The EITS contract will provide excellent opportunities for wounded warriors as well as disabled veterans to use their IT skills to work, serving their country as civilians in a high-skill, high-wage occupation.

The DMDC is responsible for maintaining the largest data archive of personnel, training, security and financial data in the Defense Department. It is responsible for software development and quality assurance, data warehousing, data management, and issuance of military and civil service identification cards.

DSI is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned small business dedicated to quality engineering, analysis, research, education, information technology, and exercises focused on technical, policy and procedural issues to enhance national security. To find out more, please visit www.davisdsi.com or contact us at 256-489-0550.

DSI Employee wins 2013 Best Places to Work MVE Award

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DSI's JoAnn Eddy wins Huntsville's 2013 Best Places to Work Most Valuable Employee (MVE) Award

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (May 15, 2013) – After DSI’s selection as a contender/finalist for 2013 Best Places to Work, the Chamber of Commerce notified DSI that Mrs. Jo Ann Eddy, DSI-Huntsville Office Manager, had been nominated on the survey by DSI’s Huntsville employees as a Best Places to Work Most Valuable Employee.

Read more: DSI Employee wins 2013 Best Places to Work MVE Award

DSI Engineer Recognized

Davis Strategic Innovations (DSI) Engineer Tom Hopkins Recognized in UCF Graduate Catalog.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (July 10, 2013) – Tom Hopkins, an engineer for Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), was recently profiled in the University of Central Florida (UCF) graduate catalog for his achievements in the Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE) Program.

Read more: DSI Engineer Recognized

DSI Selected as Finalist in 2013 HSV Best Places to Work

Davis Strategic Innovations is Selected as Contender/Finalist in 2013’s HSV’s Best Places to Work.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (April 14, 2013) – In February, Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) was nominated to compete in the 2013 “Best Places to Work” contest, sponsored by the Huntsville (HSV)/Madison County Chamber of Commerce. Only DSI HSV employees were allowed to complete the anonymous questionnaire. Since the competition was based on Huntsville employees only, DSI competed in the micro-category (10-20 employees). The Huntsville Times announced on April 14, 2013, that DSI was selected amongst the many nominees as a “Finalist in the 2013 Best Places to Work.”

Read more: DSI Selected as Finalist in 2013 HSV Best Places to Work

DSI Awarded NASA Subcontract

Davis Strategic Innovations awarded subcontract for NASA Mission Operations & Integration Contract (MO&I)

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (March 01, 2013) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) is honored to be on the winning team for the five year MO&I prime contract supporting NASA’s scientific activities on the International Space Station (ISS) through the ISS Payload Operations Integration Center.

Read more: DSI Awarded NASA Subcontract

DSI Wins Contract at KSC

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. wins contract to start work at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Safety and Mission Support Services

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (October 01, 2012) –Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), begins work today at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) as part of the A-P-T Research, Inc. (APT) Team that won the contract for Safety and Mission Assurance Services (S-MASS II).

Read more: DSI Wins Contract at KSC

DSI Wins Work at NASA-ARC

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., wins work at NASA Ames Research Center, California

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (July 01, 2012) –Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI) competitively won a contract with SAIC against 9 other bidders. As a result, DSI has become part of SAIC’s NICS Contract Team that provides communications service to all NASA Centers. DSI provides technical field support for the NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) in California.

Read more: DSI Wins Work at NASA-ARC

DSI Receives Prime Contract Award

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., receives award as a SeaPort-e prime contractor

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (July 10, 2011) - Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), is proud to announce that it received an award to be a SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) prime contractor. SeaPort-e, an IDIQ multiple award contract, is the vehicle of choice for all Commands and Directorates under the U.S. Navy to procure IT, Engineering, and Program Management services.

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DSI Ranked #301 on the Inc. 500

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., ranks no. 301 on the 2011 Inc. 500 with three-year sales growth of 1,085%

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (August 23, 2011) – Inc. magazine ranked Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), number 301 on its 30th annual Inc. 500, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such as Microsoft, Zappos, Intuit, Jamba Juice, Zipcar, Clif Bar, Vizio, Oracle, and many other well-known names gained early exposure as members of the Inc. 500.

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DSI on the "Move"

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., moving forward - new Huntsville, Alabama, offices

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (April 10, 2011) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), a Service-Disable, Veteran-Owned small business, is proud to announce its recent move to Huntsville, Alabama. With new offices located in the Progress Center, 6767 Old Madison Pike, Suite 285, Huntsville, Alabama, DSI is positioned to further develop business with government and commercial customers not only in the Huntsville area, but worldwide.

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DSI Expanding in Washington D.C.

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., expanding in the Washington D.C. area

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (March 18, 2011) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), a Service-Disable, Veteran-Owned small business, teamed with SAIC to win a contract to provide support to the Headquarters U.S. Air Force Strategic Plans and Policy Division located at the Pentagon. This win will continue to increase DSI’s presence in the Washington D.C. area.

Read more: DSI Expanding in Washington D.C.

DSI Hires New Florida Operations Director

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., hires new Director of Florida Operations. 

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (January 10, 2011) – James (Jimmy) Rudolph is now the Director of Florida Operations for Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI). DSI is an engineering firm located in Huntsville, Alabama, with an excellent performance history in Aerospace, Defense, and Homeland Security in Alabama and the Washington, DC area. DSI was founded in 2006 to provide the highest quality research, analysis, solutions, and education to enhance America’s Space and National Security programs.

Read more: DSI Hires New Florida Operations Director

DSI Teamed with Dynetics on Medical Intelligence

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., teamed with Dynetics to win a multi-award support contract at the National Center for Medical Intelligence 

GRANT, Alabama (July 15, 2010) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), teamed with Dynetics on a proposal to win an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide support to the National Center for Medical Intelligence (NCMI) located at Fort Detrick, Maryland. This win will allow the team of Dynetics and DSI to respond to request for proposals (RFQs) from the NCMI blanket purchase agreement (BPA).

Read more: DSI Teamed with Dynetics on Medical Intelligence

DSI and CRA Enter Mentor-Protégé Agreement

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., and CRA, Inc., announce a DHS approved Mentor-Protégé Agreement

GRANT, Alabama (January 29, 2010) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), and CRA, Inc., are proud to announce they are beginning a three year formal Mentor-Protégé Agreement. This Mentor-Protégé Agreement was reviewed and accepted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Small and Disadvantage Business Utilization.

Read more: DSI and CRA Enter Mentor-Protégé Agreement

DSI Provides Corporate Scholarship…

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., provides Corporate Scholarship Sponsorship to the 2nd Annual AFCEA Golf Classic

REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama (October 16, 2009) – Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), is proud to help sponsor the Huntsville chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association’s (AFCEA) College Scholarship Fund Program through their 2nd Annual AFCEA Golf Classic. AFCEA International, established in 1946, is a non-profit membership association serving the military, government, industry, and academia as an ethical forum for advancing professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, IT, intelligence, and global security.

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NASA Recognizes DSI with Excellence Award

Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc., wins Marshall Space Flight Center’s (MSFC) FY 2009 Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (September 24, 2009) – Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) honored Davis Strategic Innovations, Inc. (DSI), as a fiscal year 2009 Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award winner. This award is presented for exemplary support to NASA through Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) under the MSFC System Development and Operations Support contract, and task orders against the TBE GSA blanket purchase agreement.

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