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Ask the Administrator

By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
January 19, 2007

Editor’s note: This memo is being sent out by each center to its employees. In this case, I hope LaRC PAO’s Mike Finneran, producer of the smash hit video on YouTube, suggests that employees also be able to submit their own videos to InsideNASA as well!

To: (All Employees at Langley Research Center) From: “Michael Finneran, Head, PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE” Subject: Ask the Administrator Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 – Ask the Administrator on the InsideNASA Web site

A new “Ask a Question” feature is now available to NASA employees in the “Administrator’s Corner” on the InsideNASA Web site at:

Employees are invited to use the new online feature to submit a question regarding the agency and its programs to Administrator Griffin. He will see all questions and make every effort to answer as many questions as possible, but time constraints may preclude answering every question. Current plans call for posting questions and the administrator’s responses at a regular interval, depending on the volume of questions asked. The new feature is part of an effort to improve dialogue and communications within the agency by allowing individual employees across the agency to share their questions and concerns directly with senior management.

To submit your question, visit the “Administrator’s Corner” at: Click on the “Ask a Question” link and complete the online form. Please note: The InsideNASA site will preserve the anonymity of all submitters unless they choose to provide their name.

While all submissions are appreciated, due to the expected volume, the administrator will not be able to answer all the questions.

Thank you for participating.

Michael Finneran
Head, Public Affairs Office
Mail Stop 400
NASA Langley Research Center
Hampton, Va. 23681

NASA Watch founder, Explorers Club Fellow, ex-NASA, Away Teams, Journalist, Space & Astrobiology, Lapsed climber.