With major program decisions now behind it, the European Space Agency can return to its long-standing priority of improving the way the agency operates. Speaking before reporters here on Jan. 16, Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain said ESA will seek to accelerate reform in three areas of operations this year--finance, risk management and technology. Streamlining agency operations has long been on the agenda of the ESA member states, and is a leading goal of Dordain's. A MAJOR ...

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