Budget: April 2005 Archives

6 April 2005 Letter From Sen. Barbara Boxer to Frederick Gregory regarding NASA Ames Research Center FY06 Funding Issues

"I am writing in regard to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) proposed FY06 budget. I understand that the proposed budget will cut nearly one third of NASA Ames' budget. This could result in the loss of more than 300 jobs at NASA Ames."

31 March 2005 Letter From Reps. Eshoo, Honda, and Lofgren to Michael Griffin regarding NASA Ames Research Center FY06 Funding Issues

"Unless action is taken now to avert a financial disaster at NASA Ames in FY06, irreparable damage will be inflicted on the Center and its future viability. Three of Ames' most important core competencies are currently facing severe shortfalls which will require immediate assistance to enable them to fulfill the President's mandate of competition between NASA's Research Centers."

Letter from Reps Zoe Lofgren and Mike Honda to Rep. Frank Wolf, Chair and Rep. Mollohan, Ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Science, State, Justice, and Commerce, and Related Agencies

"As you begin deliberations on the Fiscal Year 2006 Science, Justice, State, and Commerce Appropriations bill, we write to bring to your attention a number of important issues that have arisen within the National Aeronautics and Space Administration since the agency was granted unrestrained transfer authority in the FY05 Omnibus Appropriations bill."

Future of NASA/Ames hangs on winning new contract jobs, Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

"As much as one-third of NASA/Ames' current $700 million budget will be put out to competitive bid next year, putting in jeopardy up to 800 federal government and contract jobs at the research facility, says NASA spokesman Michael Marlaire."



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