The Alaska Aerospace Corporation was established by the State of Alaska to develop a high technology aerospace industry in the state. The corporation has a conventional top down business organization including a Board of Directors, a President and CEO, a Senior Vice President and COO, other Vice Presidents, and Directors who oversee specific business functions. AAC’s corporate offices are in Anchorage, Alaska. AAC conducts business in accordance with standard contracting practices that are Defense Contract Audit Agency compliant. Business operations are facilitated by use of the Enterprise Management System and Universal Documentation System. AAC adheres to Defense Security Service directives and the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual. AAC’s core business area is space launch, and it developed, owns, and operates the Pacific Spaceport Complex, a state-of-the-industry spaceport on Kodiak Island, Alaska, that provides access to planetary orbital space for commercial and government interests. The corporation’s charter encompasses more than space launch, and it participates in other aerospace fields as well. Inquiries are welcome.