United Launch Alliance continues to shrink its workforce as it seeks to become more competitive with SpaceX.
The Centennial-based rocketmaker, the largest space launch contractor to the federal government, is seeking voluntary departures to trim an unspecified number of positions….
The company shed 350 jobs last year through a combination of voluntary buyouts and layoffs and said last summer more cuts would be coming this year….
ULA employed about 3,750 in 2015, about 1,700 of them locally.
Last year, ULA suggested it could dip to about 3,000 employees by the end of 2017. Taking last year’s workforce reductions into account, that would suggest the company may eliminate 400 positions this year.
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