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OIG: NASA Simply Does Not Have The Money to Do Everything

By Keith Cowing
November 14, 2014
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NASA’s 2014 Top Management and Performance Challenges
“NASA Inspector General Paul Martin today released the Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) annual report discussing the most serious management and performance challenges facing NASA. The underlying theme of this year’s report is sustainability. Specifically, the OIG noted that NASA’s ability to sustain its ambitious exploration, science, and aeronautics programs will be driven in large measure by whether the Agency is able to adequately fund such high-profile initiatives as its commercial cargo and crew programs, Space Launch System rocket and Orion capsule, James Webb Space Telescope, Mars 2020 Rover, and associated personnel and infrastructure.”

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