CEV Work: Is GRC Up To The Task?

NASA: Cleveland center can't handle major role in moon mission, Akron Beacon Journal

Glenn could get work on shuttle replacement - But management needs improvement, reports say, Cleveland Plain Dealer

"Neither Johnson Space Center in Houston nor Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.-- which have extensive space flight programs under way -- has as strong a capacity in-house, the analysis said. However, the assessments of Glenn's capabilities found fault with its senior staff, calling program management weak. The problems include too few highly regarded project managers. The center also lacks a sense of urgency among high-level managers to pursue a role in space exploration. Their efforts were described as unfocused and uncoordinated."

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