News ItemMarch 2019 Park Post
Dynetics Opens Office in the SS&TP
Dynetics, Inc. recently located a new office in the Park. The company provides engineering expertise to support national security missions and information technology services to the defense, intelligence, health care, financial, automotive, education, telecommunications, utilities, and other critical infrastructure sectors. Dynetics is a 45-year-old company, 100% employee-owned, and headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.
MRCOG and NADO Visit the Park
The Mid-Region Council of Governments, a key SS&TP partner, brought a group of emerging leaders from councils of government from around the country to learn about and tour the SS&TP. They also had an opportunity to visit the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, located in the Park. The leaders are members of
the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) which provides advocacy, education, research, and training for the nation’s regional development organizations.
House Joint Memorial Recognizes the SS&TP
On February 11 in Santa Fe, co-sponsors New Mexico State Representative Abbas Akhil from District 20, representing the Park, and New Mexico State Representative Jason Harper from District 57, presented “House Joint Memorial 6” to the New Mexico State House of Representatives in recognition of the SS&TP’s 20-year history, successes, and economic impact. Sandia Manager of Technology and Economic Development and SS&TP Executive Director Jackie Kerby Moore; and SS&TP Program Leader Linda von Boetticher were guests on the House floor during the Representatives’ presentation.