Geocent supports NASA’s mission in assuring all unused facilities and space at its location are marketed to desirable tenants for rent/lease. By reviewing these spaces, we assure that the long-term need to support NASA’s mission will not be impacted by the release of these facilities to other government or commercial tenants. This reduces the operational cost of the facility to the government allowing those funds to be directly used to support the mission itself.
Geocent aggressively seeks out tenants in a multitude of different methods, from technical interchanges to aerospace allowance meetings/conferences. Once a customer sees a need or desire to locate at the facility, we work with the customer to develop a “user requirement matrix” which defines what needs the customer has and if our facility can provide or support such requirements.
Once all parties agree that NASA has the operational support to fulfill their business model, we work with NASA to develop a “Space Act Agreement” i.e., draft contract, detailing scope, requirements, costing and other pertinent information required to satisfy both parties.