IT/Web: March 2009 Archives

NASA's Web Future

NASA Ames CIO Blog: Chris Kemp: Lets Start A Conversation About NASA's Future On The Web

"Let me start with a brief introduction of myself. I am the Chief Information Officer at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. Being the CIO of a NASA field center means I am responsible for most of the IT infrastructure (networks, datacenters, systems, etc.) here at NASA Ames, and several NASA-wide services, including the NASA Security Operations Center. Before becoming CIO in 2007, I lead the strategic business development office at Ames where we forged several innovative new partnerships for the Agency (for example with Google, which made it to the news here and there). Prior to joining NASA, I helped create a number of cool businesses including and Escapia. I am 31 years old, and am the youngest member of the Senior Executive Service."

NASA Ames CIO Blog: Why Make A Universe of Data Available To The Public?

"A little over 2 years ago, in my previous role as strategic business development lead here at NASA Ames, I negotiated the NASA Google collaboration. At the time, I aspired it to be the first in a series of Space Act Agreements NASA would sign with companies that share my vision to make NASA's data - and America's investment in space exploration - more accessible to the world on the Internet. Having since moved on to become the NASA Ames Chief Information Officer, today's announcement of our collaboration with Microsoft - which we worked on for over 18 months - signifies another exciting step in this direction."



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