ADNET Earns Second NASA George M. Low Award Nomination

ADNET Systems, Inc. has been nominated by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) for the 2011 George M. Low Award in the category of “Small Business – Services”. The George M. Low Award is NASA’s highest award for quality. Every year, each of the field centers is allowed to submit no more than one nominee in each of four categories (large and small businesses for both products and services). The selection committee at NASA HQ then must choose among what the Center Directors consider to be the best of their best. ADNET was nominated in 2009 in the same category of Small Business – Services. Additional information about NASA’s George M. Low Award can be found at

“This is a tremendous honor to be nominated for this prestigious award,” said ADNET CEO Ashok Jha. “We are proud that our customers throughout Goddard recognize that our commitment to deliver high quality customer support is unparalleled.”

ADNET, founded in 1991, is an award-winning federal contractor supporting the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Interior, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, among others. ADNET’s has reaped several high profile awards and accolades, including: the 2008 and 2009 Goddard Small Business Contractor of the Year, the first time in the 25+ year history of the award that a small company won in consecutive years; and was Goddard’s 2009 and 2011 nominee for NASA’s prestigious George M. Low Award. For more information on ADNET, please visit

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