Metis Wins Spot on NOAA ProTech Contract Vehicle

Metis has a new contract vehicle that will allow us to bid on task orders from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as a member of the Millennium Engineering and Integration Company’s ProTech contract team. ProTech is a suite of contracts consisting of five Domains: Satellite, Ocean, Fisheries, Weather, and Enterprise Operations. These Domains …

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Metis Welcomes Ron Unruh as Director of Contracts

Metis is pleased to welcome Ron Unruh to our headquarters staff as Director of Contracts. Ron is a retired USAF officer with 23 years of service.  His military career encompassed Air Traffic control radar, missile operations, aerospace and research and development acquisition.  He was hand selected to the AFIT Education with Industry program in acquisition. …

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Metis Named One of New Mexico’s 2017 Flying 40

Metis was named one of New Mexico’s 2016 Flying 40, an award given to the State’s top-performing technology companies. Metis was ranked 6th fastest growing technology company in New Mexico, with 286% revenue growth in the past three years. Metis has achieved steady growth since moving our corporate headquarters to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2014. …

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TMSEDS Contract Award

Metis is proud to be a member of the Engility Corporation team awarded a prime position on the 5-year, $200 million Traffic Management Systems Engineering Development Support (TMSEDS) contract. Through this award from the Department of Transportation’s John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, the Engility team will deliver highly technical and scientific capabilities and …

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Metis 2017 SBIR Awards

Metis is proud to have two NASA Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) programs selected in 2017. The SBIR program funds the research, development, and demonstration of innovative technologies that fulfill NASA needs and have significant potential for successful commercialization. This year Metis has been selected for both Phase I and Phase II technologies. The Phase …

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