Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) is a woman-owned technology & energy solutions firm with expertise in applied science & technology, mission assurance & support, and data & decision analytics. AST integrates science and technology to deliver personalized service and trusted solutions for government and commercial clients.
Founded in 2009, AST has offices in the DC Metro Area, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Idaho Falls and Denver, and is the recipient of numerous awards for innovation, client service, engineering services, and growth.
The AST Difference
Our ability to deliver derives from our family-oriented culture, continual development and inspiration of our team members, and giving back to our communities.
Proven Performance – AST has been recognized throughout the industry for our innovation, performance, technical expertise, and rapid growth. Our honors include the DOE’s 8(a)/Small Disadvantaged Business of the Year, five consecutive years in the INC. Magazine’s 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America, and a top engineering services firm in Washington Technology Magazine’s Fast 50. AST takes pride in our excellent CPARS Performance ratings on all of our prime contracts.
Trusted Solutions – AST proactively identified best practices across the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program Office’s to improve and develop merit review tools and processes. AST developed a comprehensive solution for managing the EERE merit review process for using external, independent reviewers to identify projects that are worthy of federal government funding to spur technology advancement. Our experts combined our applied science & technology and our mission assurance logistical organizational support capabilities to ensure the entire merit process runs smoothly and on time.
Personalized Service – AST’s cultural fit with the DOE Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) enabled long-term collaboration across NE program offices maximizing performance and capturing operational synergies. As a result, AST was positioned to take the initiative to develop and implement an Automated Guidance Memorandum Module allowing the NE programs to realize the benefit from improved accuracy, reduced complexity, and increased effectiveness of the Program Information Collection System: Nuclear Energy, the web-based tool NE uses for tracking program, scope, schedule, and budget.