NASA is missing opportunities to transfer key technologies from its substantial research and development investments to the commercial sector, academia and other government agencies, according to an inspector general’s audit of the agency’s Space Technology Program. Inspector General Paul Martin blames the missed opportunities on declining budgets and a dearth of key personnel, a general lack of awareness of policies governing the transfer process, failures to recognize transfer ...
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