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NASA OIG: Total COVID Cost To NASA: $3 Billion

By Keith Cowing
March 31, 2021
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NASA OIG: Total COVID Cost To NASA: $3 Billion

Final Memorandum, COVID-19 Impacts on NASA’s Major Programs and Projects (IG-21-016; A-20-010-00), NASA OIG
“A top-line estimate of the cost for these delays and challenges across NASA is estimated to be nearly $3 billion. However, NASA will not be able to quantify the complete impact of the pandemic on its programs and projects until after the COVID-19 emergency has subsided. This memorandum presents a snapshot of the reported estimated impacts to 30 of the Agency’s major programs and projects (defined as those with life-cycle costs of at least $250 million) at the end of fiscal year (FY) 2020.”

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