George M. Low Award Winner - NASA's Quality and Excellence Award
NASA presented its highest honor for quality and performance, the George M. Low Award, to Analytical Mechanics Associates (AMA), a company known for its commitment to teamwork, safety, customer service, technical and managerial excellence. AMA received the award in the small business service category.
The George M.Low award demonstrates NASA's commitment to promote excellence and continual improvement by challenging the agency's contractor community to be a global benchmark of quality management practices. The 2010 award was presented Thursday, Feb. 10, at NASA's eighth annual Project Management Challenge in Long Beach, California.
Since 1962, AMA has worked with government and commercial organizations solving tough engineering, math and business problems. AMA combines the best of engineering and mathematics capabilities with the latest in information technology and visualization to build innovative solutions.
AMA has provided world class technical services and products to a multitude of industries including: Aerospace, Defense, Automotive, Financial Services, Healthcare and Packaging. Our client base includes leading government institutions and Fortune 200 companies. We are especially proud of our work supporting NASA’s missions: past, present and future. Our work has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, WIRED and the Discovery Channel.
The award was established in 1985 as NASA's Excellence Award for Quality and Productivity. It was renamed in 1990 in memory of George M. Low, an outstanding leader during his 27-year tenure at the agency. Low was NASA's deputy administrator from 1969 to 1976 and a leader in the early development of space programs.