Progress On NASA's New Commmunications Policy?

Scientists Commend NASA's Progress on Communications, NY Times

"A review of communications policies at NASA, set off by reports that political appointees had tried to muzzle some agency scientists, received a public vote of support yesterday from dozens of scientists and other staff members at the space agency."

"We, the undersigned, encourage all NASA affiliated scientists and engineers to openly present their expertise for the public good such that NASAs implementation of openness may serve as a model for all US federal agencies."

View - and sign the letter (sorry, only NASA civil servants can sign - and apparetly JPLers are being given special treatment).

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