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Bryce Space and Technology Rebrands to BryceTech

By Jeffrey Hill | March 2, 2021

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Space industry research and consultancy firm Bryce Space and Technology is changing its name to BryceTech. The company, founded in 2016 by Carissa Christensen, said the new name better aligned with its future growth strategy, as it  broadens its capabilities and client base.

BryceTech will maintain the Bryce Space and Technology brand as a business unit within the company, offering space industry data, insight, and analysis.

“We are honored that our existing customers have chosen to continue and, in many cases, expand our support to their organizations. Their backing enabled us to diversify into new government departments and agencies that require similar scientific, engineering, technical, and analytic support,”  Bryce’s VP of Government Operations and Chief Growth Officer Jeffrey Mujsce said in a company statement.

Bryce’s client base includes the U.S. Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and Heath and Human Services, NASA, NOAA, and several customers in the private sector. The company reported that its business portfolio grew 30% Year-over-Year in 2020, driven by new civil space contracts it received, such as the $10M STAMPS BPA, as well as additional contracts to provide Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) expertise, cyber analytics, and software integration to a variety of both civil and defense agencies.