RIF Preparations Underway at GRC

NASA head offers hope of scaled-back Glenn cuts, Crain's Cleveland

"I expect the projected number will not be as drastic as stated in the past," Dr. Griffin said during a press conference last week at NASA Glenn. He did not specify how many jobs the center might lose under his plan."

NASA GRC Internal Memo: Reduction In Force (RIF) Preparations

"The GRC leadership team is beginning the planning process for a Reduction In Force (RIF) that may be implemented late next year. This is in concert with the Agency's workforce transformation plans announced shortly after the President's FY06 budget was delivered to Congress."

NASA chief: Glenn must learn to adjust, Cleveland Plain Dealer

"But the transition of the work done at Glenn and other NASA facilities is an indication of the centers' health, not decline, Griffin said. "People should welcome that as a sign of continued relevance."

Editor's note: Alas, the employees to be RIFed clearly no longer "continue to be relevant".

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