Aeronautics: September 2006 Archives

House Science Committee Democrats Question Wisdom of NASA's Plans to Cut and Restructure Aeronautics Research Program

"Yet, instead of investing more in the highly productive aeronautics enterprise that has been built up within NASA and its predecessor organization over the last nine decades, NASA is in the process of dismantling those capabilities as it turns its attention elsewhere and reallocates resources to new ventures," added Rep. Udall."

House Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee to Examine NASA Aeronautics Program Tomorrow

"Tomorrow, the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee will hold a hearing on the response of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to recommendations from the National Academy of Sciences on how NASA should run its civil aeronautics research and development (R&D) program."

Talking Points: Full Cost Management and Overhead Simplification, NASA HQ

"While it appears that the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) will take a significant hit as a result of this accounting change, the overhead simplification structure is a good thing for ARMD."

  • Earlier Aeronautics Postings
  • Testimony: Lisa Porter
  • Fundamental Aeronautics Program Fact Sheets
  • Testimony: Gen. William Hoover (Air Force, retired)
  • Supplemental power point slides from Gen. Hoover's testimony
  • Opening Statement by Rep. Mark Udall
  • NASA: National Academy Recommendations Closely Aligned With New Aeronautics Portfolio
  • House Science Committee Democrats Question Wisdom of NASA's Plans to Cut and Restructure Aeronautics Research Program
  • Letter from NASA Administrator Griffin to Rep. Wolf Regarding Workforce Issues

    Letter from NASA AA for Legislative Affairs Chase to Rep. Kucinich Regarding Workforce Issues

    Talking Points: Full Cost Management and Overhead Simplification, NASA HQ

    "While it appears that the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) will take a significant hit as a result of this accounting change, the overhead simplification structure is a good thing for ARMD. ARMD will still have the same direct buying power. ARMD will not lose research dollars. But the change will free ARMD from the fiscal responsibility of having to carry the majority of overhead costs for the four research Centers."


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