Vantage Partners, LLC (VPL) is an 8(a) Joint Venture (JV) formed by managing partner Vantage Systems, Inc. (VSI) and Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc. (SGT). 

VSI is a leader in multidiscipline engineering and information technology (IT) services and provides a host of innovative solutions in systems, software, mechanical, electrical, and thermal engineering; spacecraft development; integration & test, mission operations; and ground and launch systems support.

SGT’s core competencies in scientific analysis and research, IT, engineering, program management, and technical services lay the foundation to provide relevant support to NASA engineering and science missions and instruments.

VSI and SGT began developing our mentor-protégé relationship in October 2010.  As part of the JV agreement, SGT will augment VSI’s existing capabilities with resources, expertise, corporate policies, plans, and procedures to ensure low-risk, high-quality performance. VSI and SGT have an established, mature, and on-going business relationship that enables us to combine our considerable, individual strengths to provide high-value, low-risk solutions.  Our experience demonstrates that we apply the best resources to every task in an integrated team environment.

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  • August 30, 2015

    Vantage Partners (VPL) gives back to Cleveland Community

    Since starting execution of the GESS-3 contract in 2012 VPL has sought out ways to partner with the Glenn Research Center (GRC) and the Cleveland community to show our appreciation for NASA/GRC entrusting us with the execution of the Center’s premier engineering services contract. Some of the most recent activities VPL has supported are:

    1.       Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation

    VPL was an associate sponsor of the 4th Annual Northeast Ohio Sjogren’s Walkabout on May 30, 2015 at the Oak Grove Picnic Area in the Brecksville Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks. The Sjogren’s Walkabout is a national event focused on increasing awareness about Sjogren’s while helping to raise money to support Sjogren’s research and education. The goal this year was to exceed the amount of $10,000 that was raised last year.

    2.       Lewis Little Folks Golf Outing

    On June 19, 2015 VPL participated in the NASA Glenn Research Center’s (GRC) Lewis Little Folks (LLF) 15th Annual Benefit Golf Outing.  LLF was organized in 1985 and is located on the grounds of GRC. It includes not only a daycare center, but also a comprehensive , full-day kindergarten, which is open to all GRC employees and support service contractors. Proceeds from this year’s event went toward replacement of aging toddler playground equipment which is expected to cost $15,000.  VPL has supported this event for the past 3 years. VPL employees supporting the event were Scott Lawyer, Barbara Wamsley, and Ray Kaliszewski.

    Pictured (from left to right): Scott Lawyer, Barbara Wamsely, and Ray Kaliszewski

  • July 15, 2015

    VPL Employee Organizes Charitable Bicycle Donation Effort at NASA GRC

    On Wednesday, July 15, at the Hope Center in West Park, 40 bicycles previously and privately owned by NASA Glenn employees and contractors were distributed by Marilyn Groff (pictured far right) to Cleveland-area refugee families from Senegal, Bhutan, and Nepal. In addition to being fun for the children, these donated bikes are much appreciated and needed by the adults, as it provides them with a means of transportation to and from work. This is the third summer Glenn employees and contractors have donatedbicycles to this cause. Over 180 privately-owned bikes have been collected by Marilyn and given away so far.