United Space Alliance (USA)
is a Limited Liability Company (LLC), equally owned by The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) and Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT). Formed in 1996, it consolidated more than 30 heritage contracts that supported the Space Shuttle Program. Our successes include work on the Space Flight Operations contract (SFOC) and its follow-on, the Space Program Operations Contract (SPOC) as well as the Integrated Mission Operations Contract (IMOC). Under these contracts, USA served as NASA's primary industry partner in human space operations for the day-to-day management of the Space Shuttle fleet, and the planning, training and operations for 55 Space Shuttle missions and more than 35 International Space Station (ISS) increments. Under IMOC, USA supported the long-term use of the ISS, crew and cargo transportation solutions. We are proud of our long, outstanding performance record and history of exceptional customer support.
|600 Gemini Avenue||1102 John Glenn Blvd.|
|Houston, Texas 77058||Titusville, Florida 32780|
Current Status of USA – As of September 30, 2014, USA no longer holds active contracts and will not pursue future contracts. However, USA will continue to operate in an administrative business capacity to manage government contract close-out requirements. Close-out of government contracts historically takes 5-7 years. The eventual closure of USA necessitates that USA begin reviewing the benefit-related plans it currently administers. At the time that any plan is affected, participants in those plans will be promptly notified.
If you need USA assistance, please email your request to USAhumanresources@usa-spaceops.com or call 281-282-2592.
In the event that you need service from a USA benefit provider, contact the provider directly. Please refer to the USA Provider Contact List for reference.