HOUSTON — NASA’s strategy for the disposal of surplus space shuttle program assets has exposed sensitive data, including operational and maintenance technology information subject to U.S. export controls, through the release of computers and other Information Technology equipment, NASA Inspector General Paul K. Martin says in a Dec. 7 report. The IG findings were based on a yearlong audit that was focused on property disposal activities at Kennedy and Johnson space centers as well as the ...
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