Mississippi Enterprise for Technology
Stennis Space Center, MS

Overview: The Mississippi Enterprise for
Technology (MsET) was established in 1994 and
serves as both a technology transfer office and
business incubator. It was established to help
improve the number of high-tech jobs in
Mississippi through leveraging federal and
university technologies associated with the work at
Stennis Space Center. While MsET does not
emphasize any one technology, it has become most
closely associated with geospatial technologies, one
of the nation's hottest growth fields. MsET helps
industry utilize the scientific and technical
expertise, facilities and other resource of NASA,
the Navy and their prime contractors, the federal
laboratories, the Mississippi Department of
Economic and Community Development and
Mississippi colleges and universities. Additional
partners include the Army Corps of Engineers,
USDA Laboratory in Stoneville, MS, Mississippi
Contract Procurement, Mississippi Resource Center
and the Small Business Development Centers. It
has 25,000 square feet of incubator space and
focuses on technology companies.

Address: Building 1103, Room 143, Stennis Space
Center, MS 39529-6000

Phone: 228.688.3144

Contact: Charles E. Beasley, vice president

E-mail: charles.e.beasley@nasa.gov

Web site: http://www.mset.org
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