Job Loss Update from NASA MSFC

Marshall payroll projections moving target; union uneasy, Huntsville Times

"Marshall Space Flight Center is in line to lose jobs if the fiscal 2006 NASA budget passes Congress in its current version, while space centers in Texas and Florida may see slight job gains. According to NASA budget documents, Marshall's federal employment will shrink by 148 jobs in fiscal 2006 from its current 2,657 employees. Johnson Space Center, near Houston, would gain 36 jobs, and Kennedy Space Center in Florida would add 19 jobs under the proposed budget."

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