Centennial Challenges Day Info Online

15 November 2004: NASA Lobbying For Authority To Grant Prizes Above $250K, Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

"NASA is lobbying Congress for the authority to award prizes of more than $250,000 in its Centennial Challenges program, and hopes to get a green light during the current lame-duck session of Congress or early next year. NASA needs authorization from Congress to award prizes of more than $250,000. Centennial Challenges Program Manager Brant Sponberg met with authorizers on Capitol Hill to discuss the issue Nov. 15."

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