Meanwhile, Boeing's tardiness in figuring cost overruns in the space station program could mean some cash will come out of the drawer and go back into the U.S. treasury. NASA Inspector General (IG) Roberta L. Gross says in a new report that the station prime contractor's tardiness in adjusting cost estimates means it ``received incentive fees totaling $16 million that it had not earned.'' As things stand now, Boeing is only entitled to $75.4 million of the $203 million it could have received ...

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