NASA Unable To Detail Foreign Spending

Science Democrats Track NASA Foreign Contract Reporting, House Science Committee, Democratic Membership

"The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has determined that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will not be able to issue its required annual report to Congress in January 2007 regarding their contracts and subcontracts performed overseas, as well as on NASA purchases from foreign entities."

NASA's System for Tracking Foreign Contracts and Subcontracts GAO-07-142R, GAO

"Summary: NASA will not fully meet congressional reporting requirements on fiscal year 2006 foreign purchases by January 2007 because it is not collecting all the data needed to do so. ... In addition, although NASA has collected supplier base data for its Space Shuttle program, it does not collect or analyze agencywide data on its suppliers."

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