NASA’s Technology Capabilities Assessment Team is finding new acceptance of the agency’s need to improve efficiency by eliminating duplication across its scattered field centers, with some center directors actually willing to give up assets if they can use the savings to fund their core competencies. Associate Administrator Robert Lightfoot declined to list specifics in a year-end assessment of NASA’s health before a Washington audience assembled by the Space Transportation ...
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