Protests Continue About Aeronautics Job Cuts at NASA

Union Protests NASA's Plans to Cut Jobs, Reorganize Research Centers, Washington Post

"NASA plans to cut 2,673 civil service jobs and restructure research center operations over the next 18 months, according to agency briefing papers. The planned downsizing is being protested by the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, AFL-CIO, which provided reporters with a Feb. 14 briefing paper on what the agency calls "workforce/institutional transformation."

NASA cuts aviation research for space, Orlando Sentinel

"Some NASA managers privately concede that major cuts to aging aeronautics programs are essential to help pay for the White House's costly plan to return astronauts to the moon by 2020 and head on to Mars. Critics contend many aeronautics projects are thinly veiled government jobs programs doing tasks better suited for the private sector."

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