About Colorado Professional Resources
Colorado Professional Resources, LLC (CPR) was formed by the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana to provide professional services in support of Department of Defense Agencies. CPR’s service offerings focus primarily on satellite systems engineering and training, but also offer a substantial experience base on several services in support of our Nation’s defense. CPR is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keta Group, LLC. CPR and Keta are 100% owned by the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana. The Chitimacha Tribe is a federally recognized Native American Tribe. CPR’s application for certification as a Tribally-owned Small Disadvantaged Business and 8(a) company is being processed by the Small Business Administration.
Colorado Professional Resources, LLC
7222 Commerce Center Drive, Suite 185
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Products and Services
Hardware and software support of a missile defense simulator. This simulator is used to train joint forces from enlisted personnel through general officers to make strategic and tactical decisions that help secure nations from missile and air attacks. Through a high fidelity, stand alone training facility the CPR Team replicates through simulation the nation's missile, air, space and command operations centers.
Satellite System Analysis leading to recommendations for changes to improve Warfighter communications. By analyzing user requirements to align satellite systems to develop strategies and processes to assist the Air Force in making decisions to best utilize existing satellite systems to meet specific requirements.
Systems engineering and programming in support of rapid prototyping state-of-the-art applications that process and merge relevant environmental data with space system performance parameters to objectively assess system impacts for subsequent fusion into a single integrated space picture.
Providing the Air Force with information, advice, opinions, alternatives, analysis, evaluations, recommendations, and training to complement the Government's Air Force Space Command mission.
Systems engineering and network administration supporting the replacement of mainframe hardware and software used by the Air Force to fly communications satellites.