LAS CRUCES, N.M. — NASA’s expected shift from traditional cost-plus contracts to fixed-price procurements will affect not only how the agency buys spacecraft and services for flying astronauts to orbit, but also how it provides for the maintenance and operation of the International Space Station (ISS), Deputy Administrator Lori Garver says. The agency wants to put a nonprofit organization in charge of the station to “stimulate, develop and manage use of the ISS for users other than the ...
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