About TriSept Corporation

Integrity Expertise & Innovation

Rob Spicer founded TriSept Corporation in 1994. He comprised a select team of experienced industry colleagues who possess rare talent and discernment. The TriSept team began with the role of managing launch integration, and supporting launch and space vehicle processing activities for the U.S. Government. The company is one of the first organizations to have launch services included as part of the GSA Schedule.

As the company has grown, it has applied the same skills acquired from decades of successful satellite launches for multi-million dollar programs to the newest cutting-edge technology in the small satellite sector.  In addition to TriSept’s integration services, the company now offers RideShare and Dedicated Missions for our small satellite customers.

The company has evolved into a seasoned technical service provider to the U.S. Government Civil and Intelligence Community, and Department of Defense (DoD) as well as the commercial space industry. Our SETA team fill critical roles in the areas of launch, integration and mission scheduling.

TriSept’s talent is not limited only to space systems. Our robust security team have backgrounds in the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), authorization and accreditation (A&A), physical security, secure facility construction, and personnel security management. Our security mission is closely aligned with the goals of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) Strategic Plan, adhering to both the NISPOM and the ICDs.

TriSept is proud to celebrate over 23 years serving our nation and valued commercial customers, always following our mission of Integrity, Expertise and Innovation.

Rob Spicer III

TriSept Founder & President

Rob Spicer founded TriSept Corporation in 1994. A graduate of the University of Richmond in 1975, Mr. Spicer began his professional career at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center on the Technical Staff of Princeton University’s Astrophysical Sciences Department. From 1979-1989 Mr. Spicer was honored to support NASA’s Johnson Space Center and the Space Shuttle Program in various roles from Aerospace Systems Engineer to Engineering Section Manager and Project Engineer.

In 1986, Mr. Spicer was asked to lead a simulation and training contract as Project Manager, Flight Operations and Training. As the Simulation Director, he was responsible for directing and managing a contract for simulations and training of the flight operations crews at the NASA White Sands Ground Terminal for STS-26 and STS-29 in the areas of launch and on-orbit support. Additionally, he provided systems engineering support in the areas of space systems, mission analysis and planning, Space Shuttle payload support, and satellite command and control.

From 1986 until 1994, he was the Assistant Launch Integration Manager supporting launch and space vehicle processing activities at the launch base, providing technical/engineering support, payload/integration/safety issues, and supporting launch and mission activities.

Integrity is the cornerstone of TriSept Corporation.

We strive to ensure that all of the decisions made, actions taken, and words spoken are always performed in honor, not to further corporate gain but because it is just and right.

Each team member is hand-selected by our management board for their unique and exceptional talent. The majority of our team has decades of experience in their respective fields.

Innovation is never lapsing into stagnancy, always seeking not only to learn, but to apply the knowledge gained from concept exploration and hands-on experience. TriSept is proud to have a team comprised of innovators.

Corporate Overview

Certified Small Business Founded in 1994

NAICS Codes: 541330, 541430, 541511, 541690, 541712

Active Memberships: AIAA, IEEE