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- NAC Institutional cmte now hearing from procurement chief Bill McNally. Expect detailed discussion of contracting types. Fascinating stuff! 1 hour ago
- NASA CIO Larry Sweet: 'NASA IT would be a lot easier to protect if we didn't have employees - but we do have them' 1 hour ago
- NAC human exploration cmte adjourned so I joined the infrastructure cmte which is discussing IT - one of our great challenges! 2 hours ago
- NAC HEO on SLS launch rate - current is too low - discussion of at least 1/yr but punting recommending an internal study to est. a minimum 4 hours ago
- Less than an hour of space policy discussions and the serenity of a week off the grid in the mountains has disappeared from my soul. 4 hours ago
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Tag Archives: NASA
Space Shuttle Program Management Council after Columbia In this picture from left to right: Joyce Rozewski, Lee Norbraten, Sandy Coleman, Steve Doering, Jim Halsell, Dorothy Rasco, Bob Cabana, Steve Brettle, Dave Martin, Lambert Austin, Mike Wetmore, Bill Harris, Parker Counts, Ralph … Continue reading
Two years, ten years, and passengers ask the conductor: What place is this? Where are we now? I am the grass; I cover all. – Carl Sandburg, “Grass” 1918 Very recently, my 7 year old grandson was traveling with his parents through the … Continue reading
We have not journeyed all this way across the centuries, across the oceans, across the mountains, across the prairies, because we are made of sugar candy. – Sir Winston Churchill in a speech to the Canadian Parliament. Dec 30, 1941 … Continue reading
No bucks, no Buck Rogers. How the OMB snookered the Augustine Committee. Continue reading
Reminds you of the great Winston Churchill quotation that “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.” Continue reading