$200 million NASA contract goes to Poarch Band of Creek Indians-owned company

Huntsville’s PCI Productions will manage communication services for all NASA centers

A media production company owned by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians has landed a more than $200 million NASA contract.

Under the $217 million contract, PCI Productions will manage communication services for all of NASA’s centers. The effort will be coordinated out of PCI Productions’ office in Huntsville.

“We are extremely proud that NASA has selected one of our tribal-owned companies to do this very important work,” said Poarch’s Chairwoman and CEO Stephanie A. Bryan. “Alabama has benefited greatly from NASA’s presence here, and having a home-grown Alabama company as the lead in such a large communications contract will be beneficial economically to the Huntsville community and people across our state.”

PCI Productions, along with Mori Associates, Abacus Technology Corp. and Alutiiq Career Ventures, will comprise the core team of companies providing the expanded communication services, which begin June 1, 2023.

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is headquartered in Atmore.

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