NASA's Strategic Direction and the Need for a National Consensus

NASA's Strategic Direction and the Need for a National Consensus

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is widely admired for astonishing accomplishments since its formation in 1958. Looking ahead over a comparable period of time, what can the nation and the world expect of NASA? What will be the agency's goals and objectives, and what will be the strategy for achieving them? More fundamentally, how will the goals, objectives, and strategy be established and by whom? How will they be modified to reflect changes in science, technology, national priorities, and available resources? In late 2011, the United States Congress directed the NASA Office of Inspector General to commission a qcomprehensive independent assessment of NASA's strategic direction and agency management.q Subsequently, NASA requested that the National Research Council (NRC) conduct this independent assessment. In the spring of 2012, the NRC Committee on NASA's Strategic Direction was formed and began work on its task. The committee determined that, only with a national consensus on the agency's future strategic directionA¬óalong the lines described in the full NRC reportA¬ócan NASA continue to deliver the wonder, the knowledge, the national security and economic benefits, and the technology that have been typified by its earlier history. NASA's Strategic Direction and the Need for a National Consensus summarizes the findings and recommendations of the committee.At CSU, Dr. Sega is also the Woodward Professor of Systems Engineering, the director of graduate programs in systems engineering, and serves as chair of the Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Advisory Committee. At OSU he is alsoanbsp;...

Title:NASA's Strategic Direction and the Need for a National Consensus
Author: Committee on NASA's Strategic Direction, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council
Publisher:National Academies Press - 2013-01-16

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