NASA IG Finds Plum Brook Test Facilities Underused, Ripe For Downsizing
Many of the unique test facilities at NASA’s Plum Brook Station near Cleveland have gone for years without being used, and the agency could save on the cost of their upkeep if managers develop a plan for shutting them down, the NASA Inspector General (IG) has concluded after an audit. In a report...
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