Griffin at STA Breakfast

Editor's update: At a breakfast sponsored by the Space Transportation Association this morning on Capitol Hill, Mike Griffin's comments focused on commercialization. Among the items he mentioned was a BAA or some other procurement mechanism (they are not certain yet), which he expects to be out in early Fall 2005. This procurement will deal with commerical provders for both cargo and crew transport to and from the ISS. Griffin also spoke of the need for a umanned cargo version of the CEV. More to follow.

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This page contains a single entry by Keith Cowing published on June 21, 2005 12:29 PM.

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